Mentor Meeting 2 Summary Mentor Meeting 2 Meeting Summary Step 1 of 2 50% Student Name(Required) First Last Student UConn Email(Required)Please only use UConn email address (can be copied from Nexus check-in screen) Student ID Number (ex: 1234567)(Required)Can be copied and pasted from the Nexus check-in screen. Today's Date(Required) MM slash DD slash YYYY Peer Advisor(Required)Caroline BrownDanyere FrancisDavid GarcesNathaly HerreraTamia JamesNeha JayannaCaitlyn KaneGrace LeahyJhanelle LeeGabby ManjarrezAlisha MohamedAlesia OrtizLinda PhamAndris RebaAlim RodicanEllie SchmusAarthi ShankarEthan SuttonJennifer WuChuhan ZhangAcademic Advisor (you can see this on Nexus)(Required)Alana AdamsJose AponteJia CaiLaila ChaouiMeradith GanowKristin GlinzakKayla HogrefeAlison LermanDan LevyNakeia MooreEddie PapazoniAlex SauerHunter TasheaMeeting SummaryProvide a summary of your meting with the student including information about their academic progress, engagement levels, and overall transition to UConn.Meeting Summary(Required)Next StepsList any next steps for the student to take (ex: visiting a tutoring center, finding more information on a website, connecting with a student organization, etc.).Next Steps(Required)Academic Resource ReferralsUse the links below to follow-up on and use the academic support resources we talked about in our meeting. Academic Achievement Center Economics Tutoring Office Hours (and tips on preparing for them!) The Major Experience (TME) - For learning about majors and help finding one! Online Learning Support Hartford Q Center Hartford - Writing Center Stamford - The Source for Active Learning Storrs Q Center Storrs - Writing Center Waterbury Tutoring Center Waterbury Writing Center Other Other Academic Resource Engagement Resources to Check OutUse the links below to follow-up with some of the resources we talked about in our discussion to help you get involved and start building your experiences! Connect with a Business Student Organization UConn Cultural Centers School of Business Office for Diversity Initiatives: Scholarships, leadership and mentoring opportunities LAUNCH - For strategies for business students to engage strategically, podcasts, and more! UKindness - For event listings, Jonathan's Challenge, and connection opportunities! UConntact - For connecting with any student organization at UConn (there's over 700!) Hartford Student Organizations Stamford Student Involvements Waterbury Student Involvement Other Other Engagement Resource Professional Development Resources to Check OutUse the links below to follow-up with some of the resources we talked about in our discussion to help you get involved and start exploring career options! Undergraduate Career Development Office: Resume Reviews, Career Tuesdays, LinkedIn help, and more! Industry Snapshots: Hear first hand from alumni in various business industries and graduate programs Accelerated Masters Programs: Learn about accelerated degree options after graduation Bloomberg Market Concepts Certification Experiential Certificates: Opportunities include lecture series and real world business skill development! Other Other Professional Development Resource Have you concluded your meeting with the student?(Required) Yes No FOR PA USE ONLYTo be completed after the student has left the appointment.Academic Status Assessment(Required) GREEN - Student reports strong grades, low anxiety about classes, has developed strong academic skills (time management, test taking, study skills, etc.), is aware of support services and/or has used them ORANGE - Student grades are ok (C's and B's), student is particularly challenged by a course and has sought out support, student stuggles in one area of academic skills RED - Student has no idea of thier current grades, is doing poorly in one or more classes (D or F), is not aware or support services and/or does not want to use them, has not developed academic skills Make a brief note for why you selected RED: Engagement Status Assessment(Required) GREEN - Student has connected with organizations and attended events, feels confident in the co-curricular activities, is actively engaged with the organization(s), and is maintaining a healthy balance between involvements and academics ORANGE - Student has tried to connect with organizations or activities but hasn't found anything they "click" with, is planning to join something but hasn't taken action, and/or is aware of opportunities but hasn't pursued anything, and/or seems overcommitted RED - Student has not connected with any organizations or activities, show no interest in getting involved, and/or involvements are negatively impacting academic success Make a brief note for why you selected RED: Transition Status Assessment(Required) GREEN - Student seems happy about time at UConn, has made social connections and feels connected to the community, and/or is balancing various aspects of college life (academics, social time, and involvements) well. ORANGE - Students feels ok about time at UConn, has some some social connections but they don't feel completely comfortable yet, is starting to build experiences but doesn't quite feel like they have found their place yet. RED - Student does not think UConn is a good fit for them, feels alone/disconnected, has not made social connections, might be questioning continuing at UConn, and/or has some aspect of their life that is very out of balance with other aspects. Make a brief note for why you selected RED: PhoneThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.