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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 MAPS office provides inclusive and individualized support to boost your success at UCM.  Not sure what you need?  We can help with that too.

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 off campus resources:

  • Off Campus Living: Lists of area landlords and property managers, workshops to help you know your rights and responsibilities as a renter before you move off campus, as well as community organizations and social services.
  • Friendship Families: Welcome international students! We can help match you with a local family to make connections and build friendships.
  • 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 complete and return this PDF form.
  • For Landlords and Property Managers: Building relationships by seeking to understand and find solutions to issues that impact you and students living off-campus.


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

Request Assistance from MAPS

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Resources

 

Academic Alert Indicators
for Faculty

 

The Academic Alert Process

 

YouTube video: How to
submit a Maxient report

 

Ten to Win at UCM
(bookmark size, four to a page)

 

MAPS Overview

 

MAPS Organizational Chart

 

The Answer Book for UCM International Students