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Mentoring, Advocacy and Peer Support

Supporting Your Success

UCM provides inclusive and individualized support to boost your success. 

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.
  • Center for Multiculturalism and Inclusivity - A space for student groups and individuals, offering programs and events focusing on diversity and inclusion
  • LGBTQIA Support - Facilitating communication with the LGBTQIA community at UCM, providing education, mentoring, advocacy and resources.
  • MLK Celebration: Together with community partners UCM coordinates campus and community programs and events to celebrate the life and vision of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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.

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.