University Honors Program

Live, Learn, Achieve


Honors students also have the opportunity to broaden their Cal Poly experience and develop their leadership skills through mentoring. 

Serving our learning community, the Peer Mentoring Program pair’s first-year students with Honors Program student mentors and learning assistants who provide guidance, coaching, and friendship.  Academics is not the only focus.  The program provides social opportunities, which help the students to achieve their full potential while becoming active members of the Honors community.  From night hikes to donut days to bowling, both mentors and mentees agree this opportunity is like none other in the Honors Program. This year, we are excited to team with staff and advisors in University Housing as well as campus faculty in providing an exciting and rewarding mentor program. Mentors will be looking to assist our new Honors students as they address daily challenges and transition to life at Cal Poly.  We look forward to continuing Honors students welcoming the newest members of our community and to help them to be successful.






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