The Mature Age Peer Mentoring Program is for commencing first year students who are 21 years of age or over.
A student's first year at university can be exciting but at times challenging. While mature age students will face similar concerns to other new students at UNSW, we recognise that you may have additional issues to overcome - such as your work, home and study balance, and getting into the habit of studying again.
In the Mature Age Peer Mentoring Program you will be matched with someone who has the shared experience of being a mature age student, who has successfully completed their first year at UNSW, and can pass on their knowledge and experience to you. The Mature Age Peer Mentoring program is an excellent way to find support during the early weeks of your first year, and hopefully to form friendships and networks.
Semester 1 only
This Program starts in O-Week and ends in Week 8
From early February to early March
When open, a registration link will be available here.
Mentors must have completed at least one semester of study at UNSW. To become a Mentor for the Mature Age Peer Mentoring Program you must have the experience of being a mature age student when you first commenced your studies.
Mentor applications for the s1 2019 Mature Age Peer Mentoring Program are now open and will close on Sunday 23 September. For more information and to apply, please click the below link:
If you have been a mentor in the Mature Age Student peer mentoring program before, and are interested in applying to become a Senior Peer Mentor, please email email@example.com