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Keele Mentors 2019/20
Keele offers a transition mentoring scheme to support students who are from backgrounds that are traditionally underrepresented in higher education. This includes the following student groups:
- Care leavers
- Estranged students
- Mature students
- Student parents
- Student carers
- Local and commuter students
- Students with a registered disability or learning difficulty
The aim of the mentoring support scheme is to support the transition into higher education and throughout the first academic year, as well as support the general wellbeing of students participating in the programme. Our mentors welcome and support new students as they make the transition to life as a Keele student. Transition mentors make a big difference to the lives of our new students, as well as gaining valuable transferable skills.
If you are a new student interested in finding out more about how you can be matched with a mentor please click on the 'Get a Mentor' button below.
If you are a current student interested in becoming a Keele Mentor please click 'Become a Mentor' to find out more.