Advising

Minimum Definition of Practice

A mutually beneficial relationship between a specified student group (i.e. mentee) and a more experienced student (i.e. mentor) who engages with the mentee in a structured helping capacity to cultivate strong relationships and provide peer-to-peer support. In many cases, the peer influence is stronger than that of the expert. (e.g. student services practitioner/faculty member) (Trip, 2000).  Through role modeling and sharing authentic stories of success and failure, the mentee gains the skills and support needed to navigate the college campus. In addition, through systematic training, the mentor gains transferable leadership skills and meaningful professional experiences that can be used to complement and positively affect the retention, academic success and educational experience of the mentee. (Newton& Ender 2010;  Terrion, & Leonard 2007).

TBR Taxonomy Project Resources

File Peer Mentoring Taxonomy.xlsx

Professional Association Resources

NACADA

Advising Academy 3.0

Info Regarding our 3rd Annual Advising Academy can be found HERE!