LGBTQ+ Mentorship Program
High school students who identify on the queer and/or trans spectrum and who are looking at colleges often have questions about life on campus, especially as it relates to issues of sexual orientation and/or gender identity.
Through the LGBTQ+ Mentorship Program, the LGBTQ+ Culture Center recruits current students who are interested in providing guidance on these questions to incoming students. Mentors follow up with new students during their first year on campus. The LGBTQ+ Mentorship Program is one of the best ways for incoming students to receive guidance, support, and friendship from peers who already have experience with LGBTQ+ life at Indiana University.
We are currently accepting applications for student mentors here! This application is for current IU students (second-year or above) who would like to mentor incoming and first-year students.
Incoming and first-year IU students who would like to be matched with a mentor for the 2020-2021 academic year may request a mentor at a later date; we'll update this page once this service is available.
Please direct any questions about the mentorship program to Tom Sweeney at email@example.com.