UConn Connects is seeking Faculty and Staff Mentors at Hartford & Storrs campuses to assist students in achieving their academic and personal goals. With over 30 years of supporting students’ success, UConn Connects is the University’s largest volunteer mentoring program offered by the Academic Achievement Center (AAC). UConn Connects is an academic intervention program, designed to provide students with the skills and support needed for academic success.
Connects Mentors meet with one student mentee on a weekly basis to advise, guide and support them as they navigate the university. This rewarding opportunity directly impacts UConn’s retention efforts. Faculty and Staff members from all areas are welcome. A brief training will be provided.
For those interested in signing up, please visit: https://achieve.uconn.edu/connects/mentor_facstaff/
The Academic Achievement Center is part of UConn’s ISS First Year Programs & Learning Communities department, located in Rowe Undergraduate Center in room 217 and Hartford Times Building in room 202. For more information, contact Leo Lachut, Director of Academic Support, Leo.Lachut@uconn.edu; Ada Rivera,Assistant Director of Academic Support, Ada.Rivera@uconn.edu; Joanna Rivera Davis, Assistant Director of Academic Support, Joanna.Rivera@uconn.edu ; Rachel Mongillo, Learning Services Coordinator, Rachel.Mongillo@uconn.edu or Pam Fischl, Retention Specialist, Pamela.Fischl@uconn.edu
Visit the AAC website for more information: ACHIEVE.UCONN.EDU
For more information, contact: Joanna Rivera Davis at Joanna.Rivera@uconn.edu