How does the Peer Mentoring Scheme work?
Each first year student is assigned a Peer Mentor at the start of their degree (except students who are Medicine Degree programmes who have their own version of a family scheme).
Students will mostly be matched with a Mentor on the same course, who are in their 2nd or 3rd year of the degree. First year students will receive email consultation throughout their first term with tips and advice on how to navigate university life. When students register at the University of Leicester before starting their first term, they will also receive the opportunity to express their preference on what attributes they would prefer to be matched with; e.g. Ethnicity, Religion or Sexuality.
The aim of the Peer Mentoring Scheme is to aid new students in a comfortable start to the University of Leicester with peer support.
If you are interested in becoming a Peer Mentor next year please click here
If you have any issues with your Peer Mentor or have not received any communications from them, then please email us at: email@example.com.
If you are looking for further support then please find more guidance on our Support services A-Z list here or find more help and links to support in the Mentee FAQ section