The University of New Hampshire is an institution that embraces diversity of thought and background; seeks to create a better world for all; and strives to be welcoming and inclusive of everyone with consideration for such aspects of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disability, religion or socioeconomic status.

In alignment with the University of New Hampshire's mission statement, peer mentors are expected to:

Provide direction and guidance to mentorship group.  Critical to that success is to work collaboratively and respectfully with all UNH Faculty/Staff.  Peer mentors are expected to exhibit maturity of judgment, objectivity and integrity and a willingness to follow prescribed objectives.

Demonstrate respect, dignity, and courtesy at all times.  You are a representative of the university and expected to share the best of the University of New Hampshire with incoming and transfer student participants. 

Maintain professional and appropriate relationships with participants the duration of the program.  It is inappropriate to have a romantic or sexual relationship with program participants.  Such relationships or activities are grounds for immediate termination your position as a peer mentor.

Spend about 4-7 hours each week being a peer mentor.  This includes attending staff meetings, training sessions, office hours, and contact time with participants (e-mails, phone calls, lunch/dinner, etc).  

Communicate any problems, or concerns to Stephanie Bramlett.