Faculty-student mentoring

Faculty-student mentoring

Benefits of Faculty-student Mentoring

Benefits of launching a faculty-student mentoring program can include increased academic achievement, improved career prospects, enhanced social and personal development, and a stronger connection to the academic community. Mentors also benefit from the program by developing their teaching and leadership skills and building relationships with students.

Improving retention by  addressing the academic, emotional, and career-related needs of at-risk students.

Create more successful student experiences and educational outcomes.

Empower the faculty to have mentoring and coaching skills.

Improved faculty-student relationship.

"Students who participated in a faculty-student mentoring program had a higher GPA and were more likely to graduate compared to non-participants"

Implement Faculty-student Mentoring Programme

Faculty Training Workshops

Faculty may not possess the necessary skills, so training on active listening, goal-setting, providing feedback, and fostering growth mindset is essential. The training can help faculty understand challenges faced by students and how to address them, promoting academic and personal success.

Faculty-student matching

Streamline the process of identifying suitable mentors and mentees based on shared interests, academic goals, and other relevant criteria. Mentoring circle is a valuable tool for building strong communities that support the academic and personal development of all students.

Automate Workflows

Our platform can also provide a central hub for communication between faculties and students, making it easier for them to stay in touch, set goals, and track progress.

Reward program participants

Our platform can incentivize engagement through a point system that rewards faculty and students for attending meetings, achieving goals, giving feedback, and participating in professional development. Points can be redeemed for prizes or recognition, and a leaderboard can motivate active participation.


Ready to launch a Faculty-student mentoring programme?

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