SMART Mentee Profle Form 2016
Thank you for expressing interest in the Student Mentors Advising Rising Talent (S.M.A.R.T.) at Elon University.
The SMART program eases the transition to Elon and enhances the social engagement and academic success of first-year students from diverse communities.
SMART is open, but not limited to, students who self-identify as members of underrepresented racially/ethnically diverse communities (i.e. Black/African/African American, Asian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic/Latino/a, Native American, Alaskan Native, Multiracial, etc.)
Apply to be a Mentee by completing the following form by Friday, September 2, 2016. To learn more about the program and Mentee expectations, please attend the following events during orientation week:
SMART Information Session
Saturday, August 27
Location: Mckinnon Hall
Tuesday, August 30th- Saturday, August 3rd
Elon Datatel Number
Date of Birth
Please indicate your academic college
Elon College, the College of Arts and Sciences
Martha and Spencer Love School of Business
School of Communications
School of Education
School of Health Sciences
Intended Academic (Major)
If you are undecided, indicate that and include your study/major(s) of interest
Your answers to these questions will be taken into consideration as we pair you with a mentor for the year. Please respond to the questions below in 100 words or less.
Considering the goals of the SMART program, describe what communities you belong to?
How do you foresee being a mentee in the SMART program assisting with your successful transition as a first-year student at Elon?
What are your academic interests?
What are your social or leadership interests and hobbies?
Are there other important details or "fun facts" you would like your mentor to know about you?
I would like to talk more with a mentor about....
Check all that apply
Adjusting to college life/ Life at Elon
Finding campus resources
Selecting classes (or major/minor)
Building relationships with professors
Getting involved as a leader on campus (activities/clubs)
Getting involved with community service
Developing leadership skills
As a mentee, I would like to learn more about the following campus resources or activity opportunities
Cultural Programming: Diversity and Social Justice Education
Faith and Spiritual Programs and Services
Career Services (i.e. campus jobs, internships, post-graduate opportunities
Fraternity and Sorority Life
Center for Leadership
Community Service Programs
Residence Hall Services and Activities
Academic Support Services (i.e. Tutoring, Writing Center, Library Services)
Undergraduate Research Opportunities
Study Abroad/ Study USA
Recreational Sports/ Intramural Activities
Student Health Services/Wellness Education
Ethnic Alumni Associations