Three college of sciences faculty members have each earned one of the National Science Foundation's most prestigious
Academic Mentoring Matters is a program within the college of sciences in which students taking certain science courses can be tutored one-on-one by students who have already taken these classes and earned an "A." All of our mentors volunteer 2 hours a week to be available to any students taking a number of courses in Biology, Chemistry, as well as Computer Science. Since the beginning of Academic Mentoring Matters in 2014, the program has been helping out fellow students as we embark on the academic journey to success. Throughout the years, AMM has grown in both the number of mentors and in the number of students using the program. Academic Mentoring Matters is completely free for students to use! We strive every day to enrich the experiences of each student by allowing students to help others and to be helped by their peers.
Join us on Feb. 25, March 18, or April 15 @ 6 PM - (Zoom: https://u llafayette.zoom.us/j/9B959796659) for a conversation with a College of Sciences Professor about research and or academics.