The Accessibility Mentorship Program (AMP) is a university-run group coordinated by staff and upper year students that provides an inclusive and welcoming community for participating students. The program operates out of a collaborative partnership between Student Accessibility Services (SAS), formerly Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD), and The Student Success Centre. These teams aim to match successful, engaged, motivated and extensively trained upper-year mentors with first year students who identify as having accessibility needs and are registered with SAS. AMP Mentors provide academic and social support to offer a successful transition to university life, while being mindful of and sensitive to the unique needs of their mentees.
You can now sign up for a Mentor for the 2018/2019 school year. First year students who are interested in having a mentor must be referred by a staff in SAS or The Student Success Centre and complete the AMP application form.
Having a mentor will allow students the opportunity to:
We will begin matching mentees with mentors in mid-August.
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Connect with The Student Success Centre here: http://success.uwo.ca
Connect with Student Accessibility Services for here: http://www.sdc.uwo.ca/ssd/index.html
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