The Center for Academic Equity is beginning its pilot program, Proud TU Be First Mentoring Program this fall. This semester-long program is designed to provide first generation college students individualized mentorship from first-generation faculty and staff. In this program, students will build strong relationships with their mentor, gain networking opportunities, get connected to valuable resources, and cultivate a set of skills needed for success at Tulane. Each mentorship is tailored to the student's goals, interests, and ambitions at Tulane and beyond.
First-generation college students are the first members of their family to complete a bachelor’s degree — which is an incredible achievement.
If you have any questions at all — big or small — please email the program graduate assistant, Rae Stevenson, at email@example.com. If you're ready to join the program, please click the links at the top right.