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Mentoring, Advocacy and Peer Support

Mentoring, Advocacy
and Peer Support
• IDEAS Coordinator
• LGBTQIA Outreach
• Title IX Advocacy
• Tutoring


Mentoring, Advocacy and Peer Support (MAPS)

 

Supporting Your Success


The Office of Mentoring, Advocacy and Peer Support (MAPS) offers you a supportive, inclusive, and student-centered approach. We provide individualized advocacy, academic resources, and social support to boost your success.

Common reasons you might use MAPS services:

  • Guidance or support in academic or social areas.
  • Talking to a peer who's been where you are.
  • Help staying motivated toward graduation.
  • Concerns about academic policies, discrimination, professor/student misunderstandings, financial aid, housing and more.

 

How we help

With academic support and adjusting to college:

  • Suspension Waiver Program - A selective program for high-potential students who have previously been suspended due to low grades.
  • Mentorship Program - Helping you adjust to college life, and find the resources and connections you need.
  • Academic Alerts - ARCs and MAPS staff will reach out to you when your instructors let us know they're concerned about how you're doing in class.

 

With creating a welcoming and inclusive campus:

 

With victim advocacy and support resources:

  • Victim Advocacy - Support to any student who has experienced discrimination, harassment or sexual misconduct.
  • Support Resources - Help getting connected to both on-campus and off-campus resources for mental health care, financial issues, social service needs, and more.

 

With community connections:

  • Off Campus Resources: lists of area landlords and property managers, community resources, social services, and other information and support to boost your success off-campus.
  • Good Neighbors: Information sessions to help students moving from the UCM campus into the local community know their rights and responsibilities as renters.
  • Landlords and Property Managers: Building relationships with area landlords and property managers by seeking to understand and find solutions to issues that impact them and students living off-campus.
  • Friendship Families: Connecting UCM international students with local families and individuals to build cultural awareness, understanding, and appreciation.
  • Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce UCM Student Member Program - For students from any major and any year in school who want to build their networking skills and engage with the local community. Applications for 2017-2018 now open! To apply either complete this Google Form or print and return this PDF form.


For more information about the MAPS office call 660-543-4156 or email ucmmaps@ucmo.edu.

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News and Resources

 

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The Academic Alert Process

 

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