Mentorship and guidance

Our philosophy for academic mentorship is centered on empowering each student to make wise, independent, and deliberate choices regarding their academic goals.  Navigating the curriculum is an important aspect of each student’s learning process.  We encourage you to utilize the many resources we have available towards this end.

 

Major mentors

Major Mentor Program Mission

The Major Mentor Program aims to help first-year students within The Busch School of Business and Economics feel engaged, supported, and welcomed. By partnering incoming students with upperclassmen within their same major, students have the opportunity to learn from a role model, resource, and friend as they navigate their first year of college life. 

Meet the program staff and the student mentors.

Faculty Mentors

Each student establishes a relationship with a Faculty Mentor from their chosen major.  

Academic Advising Coordinators

Academic Advising Coordinators are happy to discuss academic goals, plan your schedule, and advise on a study plan suitable for you.

What to do if I’m a current student?

Current students can find links to all the academic resources they need: forms, checklists, requirements, etc.

 

How do I plan my class schedule?

To discuss course sequences you can visit the Advising Center in McMahon Hall 314. Appointments are available by email at sbe-advising@cua.edu