The Multicultural Student Mentoring Program (MSMP) facilitates the retention, academic success, holistic development and timely graduation of all underrepresented students at WSU, through academic support services, educational and cultural programming, interpersonal relationships and mentoring.
There are multiple ways you can get involved with MSMP:
When becoming a mentee within MSMP, your expectations are:
You must be a domestic undergraduate underrepresented freshman or a new transfer student at Wichita State University. Apply now to be an MSMP Mentee!
You must be a sophomore, junior or senior at Wichita State University, who is willing to give individual attention to underrepresented students. Apply now to be an MSMP Mentor!
Provide one-on-one academic support to students within MSMP. Some of the benefits of being a tutor include increased self esteem and confidence, learn by teaching and get paid for helping others. To apply to be a tutor, please contact the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are some available resources that you benefit for being in this program:
Are you needing assistance and would like to request for tutoring? Click here to submit a tutoring request!
YOU MUST BE ENROLLED IN THE MULTICULTURAL STUDENT MENTORING PROGRAM TO PROCEED.
For your convenience, we have provided you with additional academic resources for your success. Click here to look at our wide range of resources.
There are numerous scholarship opportunities available for underrepresented students throughout the United States. The information and links contained within this directory by no means respresent a comprehensive list of every available underrepresented scholarship opportunity. We have compiled a database of scholarship opportunities to which we have knowledge. Most of these websites have access to databases with thousands of scholarships giving away billions of dollars. Click here to access this index!
For additional information or general questions about MSMP, please contact the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at (316) 978-3034.