SUSTAIN: Excellence Mentee Application

Supporting Unity & Success To Achieve In Numbers

First Name:
Middle Initial (If Applicable):
Last Name:

Preferred Name
(Indicate preferred name for name tags, introductions etc.):

9 Digit MUID:

Current Campus/Local Address
Please include Residence Hall and Room Number. If you are a commuter, include: street, apartment/unit number, city, state and zip code:

Marquette Email Address:

Home Phone Number (if applicable)
Please include area code:

Cell Phone Number (if applicable)
Please include area code:

Preferred method of contact:

Current Age:
Birthdate (MM/DD/YYYY):

Race/Ethnicity:

Gender:

Religious Affiliation (if any):

Do you identify as a First Generation Student?
(Both parents or legal guardians do not have a bachelor's degree)

Academic College:

Intended Academic Major(s)
(If you are undecided, please indicate that, and your study/major(s) of interest):

T-Shirt Size:

In social settings, I would describe myself as:


What activities do you enjoy the most?
Check all that apply
TV/Movies Reading Sports
Writing Shopping Attending Concerts
Listening to Music Playing Video Games Playing Sports
Surfing the Net Exploring Nature Eating New Foods
Attending Plays/Musicals Ice/Roller Skate Dancing
Creating Art/Museums Laser Tag
Other:

What type of music do you like?
Check all that apply
Classical Country Hip-Hop/Rap
Indie Latin/Reggaeton R&B
Rock Reggae Techno
Other:

Favorite Movie/TV Genres:
Check all that apply
Action Animation Comedy
Documentaries Drama Horror
Musicals Romance Sci-Fi
Sport Westerns
Other:

I am interesting in learning more about the following student organizations:
Check all that apply
African Students' Association Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity
Arab Student Association Bayanihan Student Organization Black Student Council
Chinese Christian Fellowship Chinese Student Association Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
Delta Xi Phi Multicultural Sorority Gender Sexuality Alliance Global Village
Hmong Student Organization Indian Student Association Indonesian Student Association
Jewish Student Union Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Latin American Student Organization
Malaysian Student Organization Multicultural Business Organization Muslim Student Association
National Association of Black Journalists National Society of Black Engineers Native American Student Association
Omega Delta Pacific Island Student Organization Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity
Saudi Student Union Sigma Gamma Rho Society Sigma Lambda Beta Fraternity
Sigma Lambda Gamma Sorority United Nations Student Alliance Youth Empowered in the Struggle (YES!)
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority

Please respond to the questions below in 100 words or less.

SUSTAIN: Excellence seeks to support students from underrepresented racial, ethnic, and religious communities, first generation college students, and students and allies in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning communities. Given this information, please identify the communities to which you belong:

Why are you interested in having a mentor and what do you expect from a mentor?

How do you foresee being a mentee in the SUSTAIN: Excellence program assisting with your success as a first-year student at Marquette?

Are there other important details you would like your mentor to know about you?


I would like to talk more with a mentor about:
Check all that apply

Making friends Adjusting to college life/Life at Marquette Selecting classes (or a major/minor)
Finding campus resources Building relationships with professors Getting involved with campus activities/clubs
Getting involved with community service Academic goals Personal/career goals
Developing leadership skills Time management
Other:

As a mentee, I would like to learn more about the following campus resources or activity opportunities:
Check all that apply

Intercultural Engagement (diversity and social justice programs, cross-cultural interactions) Campus Activities (i.e. LateNight, Music programs, Student Government programming, etc...) Campus Ministry (i.e. faith and spirituality programs and services)
Career Services (i.e. campus jobs, internships, post-graduate opportunities) Greek Life Opportunities Commuter Programs
Student Organizations/Clubs Leadership Programs and Activities Community Service Programs
Counseling Services Residence Hall Services and Activities Academic Support Services (i.e. Tutoring, Writing Center, Library Services)
Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program Study Abroad Opportunities Recreational Sports/Intramural Activities
Student Health Services/Wellness Education Ethnic Alumni Association Financial Aid/Scholarships
Other:


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