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Yes! The LEAD program provides mentors that have been through the program during their freshman year, so all the mentors are well-informed and trained on the coursework and expectations in the classes.
Mentors are current students in their sophomore year and above! What is so fantastic about this, is that mentors can strongly relate to their students as they are going through similar college experiences alongside them. The mentors completed the LEAD program during their freshman year, and chose to further be involved in the program by becoming a mentor to help mentor current students in the LEAD program. The role of your mentors are to help support and guide students as they build a solid foundation during their freshman year, so they can be successful throughout their entire college experience and after!
Mentors are here to help students in any way possible. The role of a LEAD mentor is to support, help guide, and provide resources for everything a student might need to know about college life at ASU while pointing them in the right direction during their first year!