International Peer Mentor Program

Overview

The International Peer Mentor (IPM) program assists new international undergraduate students in making a successful academic and personal transition to Boston University, and helps them acquire cultural knowledge, make new friendships, and understand the campus resources available to them.

The program matches new students (“mentees”) with trained current students (“mentors”) based on background, common interests, academics, and professional goals.

New international students who sign up for an IPM choose the style and frequency of communication. Mentees will engage with their mentors in one-on-one as well as in group settings by attending events and programs offered during orientation and throughout their first semester.

What Mentors Have to Say About the Program

Bridgette Lang (mentor 2020)

Kreiver Zhou (mentee 2019, mentor 2020)