Transfer Student Mentor Program
The Binghamton University Transfer Student Initiatives and Services Office offers new transfer students the opportunity to get a mentor from among current transfer and non-transfer students in order to facilitate an easier transition into life at Binghamton University. Whether you are a new transfer student looking for some guidance as you adjust to life in Binghamton, or if you're a current Binghamton student looking to help out a new comer, the Transfer Mentor Program is for you!
How do I become a Transfer Mentor?
What does a Transfer Mentor do?
Click here to find out the responsibilities of a Transfer Student Mentor
How do I request a Transfer Mentor?
Why should I request a Transfer Mentor?
Transferring to a new university can be a difficult adjustment. Luckily, TSIS offers a great program that will help you get the most out of your transfer experience: The Transfer Mentor Program.
A transfer mentor can help show you around campus and the community, introduce you to their friends, inform you of cool clubs to join, and even become a lifelong friend. Mentors are past transfer students themselves, so they are familiar with the transfer experience.
When you request a mentor, you will be asked to give some information that can help us pair you with the best mentor for you. We pair students based on similar majors, interests, age, residential/non-residental locations, and cultures. They are required to spend at least one hour a week with you doing activities such as getting lunch, going for coffee, or going to a fun event on or off campus.
If the Transfer Mentor Program sounds like something ythat you would like to be a
part of, contact TSIS and we will gladly find you the perfect mentor!