Find a Mentor

Peer Mentoring

Could you use some help with transitioning to college, or help to transition to upper-level courses?  Would you benefit from being able to take better notes in class, or read a textbook, or know how to study for a test?  Are you not sure who to ask about getting connected to university resources or community support services?  A peer mentor may be just what you need! 
College is a big step for many students, and the Peer Mentor program is designed to assist you in your academic success.  Working with a Peer Mentor can help you be more prepared academically and socially for the challenges you face.  The purpose of the Peer Mentor program is to promote the improvement of academic success, persistence, and successful graduation.  Peer Mentors do not work with specific course content like Peer Tutors do, but they are very effective in helping you with study skills, getting connected on campus, and working through the adjusting to college life.
Some examples of study skills offered during a mentoring session are:
  • Time Management
  • Organizational Skills
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • How to Read a College Textbook
  • How to Study for the Sciences
  • Tips on How to Succeed in a Lecture Course
  • Tips on How to Work Successfully in a Group Project
  • Preparing for a Test

If there is a skill that you need help in, please contact our office in Hamilton at 513-785-3139 and we will try and address those needs.

Face-to-Face Mentoring

If you would like a face-to-face appointment with one of our mentor, choose one of the following three ways to set up your appointment:

  • CALL 513-785-3139 (Hamilton Campus) or 513-727-3440 (Middletown Campus) and speak to an office staff member, OR

  • COME IN person to the Tutoring & Learning Center (TLC) on Hamilton Campus in Rentschler Hall, Room 102 or on the Middletown Campus in Johnston Hall, Room 1.


       Face-to-Face Mentoring Appointment Request Form


What is E-Tutoring? E-Tutoring is the synchronous mentoring appointment that takes place over Google Hangouts. The mentor is on campus and you, the mentee is at home, in a coffee shop, or wherever it is convenient for you. You will need to have a webcam and speakers, as part of your computer for the appointment. If you would like to have an E-Mentoring appointment with one of our mentors through Google Hangouts, please submit a request via the

        E-Mentoring Appointment Request Form

Or you can call the Miami Hamilton Tutoring & Learning Center at 513.785.3139.