Mentor Tech
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About Us

Purpose

To enhance the quality of the educational experience of students from underrepresented populations through programs, services, advocacy, and campus and community involvement.

Mission

Through faculty and staff mentoring and peer group networking, to improve the retention and eventual graduation rates of all students in the Texas Tech University System, with a special focus on those from underrepresented groups, by fostering a campus climate that is conducive to their academic, social, and cultural needs and interests.

Program History

The program was piloted in November of 2002 with forty-six students and more than 100 mentors. Since that time, Mentor Tech has continued to flourish. A unit within the Division of Institutional Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement, Mentor Tech has grown to more than 600 total participants. Annually, a minimum of 125 new students are accepted into the program.

Goals

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