Mentoring, Advocacy and Peer Support
The Office of Mentoring, Advocacy and Peer Support offers a supportive, inclusive, and student-centered approach, providing individualized advocacy, academic resources, and social support in the UCM community to promote student success.
- Mentorship Programs - Pair students seeking mentorship with mentors.
- Advocacy - Support to any student who has experienced discrimination, harassment or sexual misconduct.
- Academic Tutoring - Trained tutors for athletes, at-risk and Suspension Waiver Program students.
- Suspension Waiver Program - For high-potential students who have previously been suspended due to low grades.
- Academic Resource Coaches - Peer coaches available to provide academic support to students by introducing them to a variety of support strategies and tools to boost their college success.
- Inclusivity, Diversity, Equity, Advocacy and Success (IDEAS) Coordinator - Assists in the development of an inclusive campus culture by fostering student success opportunities for underrepresented populations.
- LGBTQIA Support - Facilitating communication with the LGBTQIA community at UCM, providing education, mentoring, advocacy and support.
- Student Outreach - Providing students with individualized support and resources as they progress toward graduation.
- Community Liaison - Connects off-campus students to on- and off-campus resources, opportunities and support; helps to build connections between off-campus students and the Warrensburg community.
Common reasons students use MAPS services:
- Need guidance or moral support in academic or social areas.
- Need periodic help or motivation.
- Have concerns with academic policies, discrimination, professor/student misunderstandings, financial aid, housing and more.