The MINT Program

The MINT Program, Matriculating, Influencing, Networking and Triumphing, is a mentoring program for women-identified, underrepresented (first-generation and/or person of color) undergraduate students. This mentoring will focus on creating competitive applicants for graduate school. If you are an undergraduate women-identified* sophomore, transfer or third-year in a five-year track and interested in graduate school but don't quite know where to begin, MINT can help you! 

Each undergraduate student is paired with a woman-identified graduate student mentor in their field of study to help them succeed. 

We welcome graduate students to volunteer to be a mentor to gain professional experience mentoring and help students succeed.


2018-2019 Undergraduate Application:
The application for undergraduate students is now closed. If you missed the deadline, you can still attend MINT program workshops throughout the year. Please contact Christine Rosales at for more information.

2018-2019 Graduate Student Mentor Application:
The application for graduate student mentors is now closed. If you are intereseted in becoming an mentor for next year, please email the program coordinator in early fall of the next academic year. Thank you!

Mentoring for the MINT Program

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  • apply to become a MINT mentor
  • Mentor/Mentee Meet and greet
  • Demystifying Graduate School Workshop, 2017
  • Critical Mentoring Training, 2017