Mentoring Support

Are you interested in finding a mentor? Intrigued by the possible benefits of a mentor-mentee relationship? Whether you’re seeking informal mentorship or more formal advising, we have a variety of easy and effective tips for identifying individuals who can provide the mentoring you need.


Informal relationships can often transition into more formal mentoring experiences; even if they don’t start that way, they can still hold a lot of value. Some places to start:

  • Orientation Team Leaders
  • Residential Life staff
  • Commuter/Transfer Assistants
  • Teaching Assistants
  • ExSEL Peer Mentors
  • Organization members: from social, service, academic, major/field specific, cultural, special interest, sports and recreation, residential groups
  • Academic advisors
  • Organization advisors
  • Success Coaches


These are the types of mentor-mentee relationships that involve regular meetings, personal goals, and mutual expectations.

Alumni Relations provides opportunities for current students to establish mentoring relationships with Michigan Tech Alumni. More information is available at Alumni-Student Networking.