Founded in research and driven by efficacy

Mentor Collective is committed to developing student success interventions that consistently deliver outcomes for institutions and their students. As a young company, we are actively seeking research partners and opportunities to conduct randomized control studies (RCTs), assessing the impact of our work.

The below white papers are a consolidation of key best practices in academic literature. In the 2017-18 academic year, Mentor Collective has engaged multiple higher education partners and researchers to examine:

  • The important of race and ethnicity in mentor matching

  • The impact of peer mentorship on mental health and sense of belonging

  • Our intervention's impact on student self-efficacy (residential and online adult learners)

  • Our intervention's impact on international student satisfaction and retention

  • Our intervention's impact on first-year retention rates (follow-up study to our 2016-17 RCT, demonstrating +4.5% retention)

You will also find a repository of the webinars we've hosted with our partners, in an effort to highlight some of the thought leaders in mentorship. In the past year, Mentor Collective has explored:

  • Scaling Personalized Support for Online & Adult Learners at Northeastern University's College of Professional Studies

  • Continuing Learners's Experience with Murray State University, Lesley University, and WashU in St. Louis

  • Closing the Opportunity Gap in STEM with Indiana University and WashU in St. Louis

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WHITE PAPERS

Running an Effective Mentorship Program

Mentorship for Women in STEM


Mentorship and Student Success Strategies

Control Trial Review: The Impact of Peer Mentorship on Student Success


Best Practices for Student Retention Programs

Importance of Personalized International Student Support


WEBINARS

Scaling personalized Support for Online & adult learners

at Northeastern University College of Professional Studies

Mentor Collective Dialogues

Adult & Online Learners Share What They Really Need but aren’s asking for


Closing the opportunity gap in sTEM through mentorship

How Indiana University and WashU are leveraging large-scale mentorship programs to ensure the satisfaction and persistence of every student

Scaling Mentorship to Increase graduation rates

@CSU Northrdige College of Engineering