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Mentor Meeting

“My mentor informed me about what requirements I still had to complete before the summer.”
“I learned a lot while talking to my advisor about engineering and life.”
“My mentor was more than willing to help me succeed in as many ways as possible. I received very good feedback and it has helped me in getting through
college.”
“Mentor meetings are always very effective because they allow for open discussions about anything going on, from issues in classes to advice in studying,
etc.”
“My fall meeting was really helpful with my career and grad school goals. I appreciate having a mentor who I can go to when I have questions. I think it is
important for all students to have that sort of personal connection with faculty.”
“Mentor meetings were extremely helpful in determining future plans at UMBC.”

“My mentor meetings with Dr.xx have always been good.”
“During mentor meetings my mentor always helps me with my scheduling and always reminds me to keep up with my grades so I always know how I’m doing in each class.”
“I found talking to Dr. xx incredibly helpful.”
“They were very useful in helping me organize my future classes, especially because I come from a community college.”
“The mentor meeting is a good idea because it encourages the scholars to develop relationships with their mentor.”
“My mentor is really flexible with meeting times and I feel like if I have questions I can either email or talk with her via email and get answers within a day.”
“My mentor was very helpful and wanted me to succeed; she also introduced me to a lot of opportunities about internships, research, and scholarships.”
“Working with my mentor was extremely beneficial; helped me with choosing classes and choosing grad schools.”
“Mentor meetings are a nice way to see what opportunities are open to undergrads.”
“It was very hard to track down my mentor in order to have a meeting but when I did the meeting went well.”
“The mentor meetings did not seem to have any added benefit. I would tend to go to my advisor rather than my mentor with
questions.”