Apply to be a peer mentee in the PATH program
The Preparing Accomplished Transfers to the Humanities (PATH) Program at City, Mesa and Miramar colleges is recruiting students to participate in the Peer Mentee program for the 2020-2021 academic year. Applications are currently being accepted and must be submitted by September 11, 2020.
The PATH Peer Mentee Program offers
- Weekly meetings with mentors
- Transfer guidance to UC San Diego in an Arts and/or Humanities discipline major
- Participation in career exploration and outreach activities
- Recurring workshops
- Arts and Humanities programming
- No cost to students enrolled in the program!
- Students from San Diego City, Mesa or Miramar Colleges
- Interested in and qualify for transfer to UC San Diego, with a major in the Arts and Humanities
- Have a minimum of 30 units, with the intent to complete a total minimum of 60 units by the end of spring 2021 in order to be eligible for transfer admission.
- Have a recommended minimum of a 3.3 GPA
More information on the PATH Program
You may only apply to be a mentee at one College. Contact the Faculty Coordinator at your College to learn more.
City College: Dr. Kelly Mayhew
Mesa College: Dr. Pegah Motaleb
Miramar College: Dr. Carmen Carrasquillo Jay
For support or questions regarding the application, contact Dr. Krystal Henderson, PATH Program Activity Manager with any questions.
Funded by a generous 3-year grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, PATH is a collaborative transfer support program between the San Diego Community College District and the UC San Diego Division of Arts and Humanities. PATH guides transfer students from City, Mesa, and Miramar colleges into arts and humanities majors at UC San Diego and includes:
- A systematic approach to the recruitment, retention, and professional success of
Humanities transfer students
- Faculty collaboration between both institutions through shared programs, teaching and support activities
- Emphasis on the foundational, transferable, enduring role of the Humanities