Our Honors Mentors
All Honors students are required to meet with their Honors mentor prior to registration each semester. This is in addition to advisement within your major. Ideally, Honors mentoring and course selection should take place before the student meets with their major advisor. Honors mentoring is to ensure that the student is making satisfactory progress in the UHP and to make sure they are up-to-date on information and opportunities.
Mentoring appointments are for 30 minutes. An announcement will be made on The 4-1-1 requesting that you set up an appointment with your Honors mentor.
About your mentoring appointment:
- Come prepared! Know your outstanding Core Curriculum requirements.
- If you have questions about your major's degree requirements, contact your primary academic advisor prior to your visit with your Honors mentor
- Be on time! It is essential that you arrive on time; if you are late for your scheduled appointment, you risk being bumped to a later time slot.
- If you need to cancel, please contact the office ahead of time.
Meet our Honors Mentors
David Milley joined the Honors team mid-fall semester 2014, coming from the Bluegrass of central Kentucky. He is a native of Massachusetts, with a B.A. in English from Gordon College and a M.Ed. in Educational Administration and Counseling from Rhode Island College. David has been highly affiliated with students in campus activities, co-curricular life, leadership development, orientation, residence life, student government and organizations at six colleges in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Iowa and Kentucky, along with academic support, personal enrichment and wellness teaching with middle school students in Kentucky. He has had an active civic engagement “career” focusing on child and youth advocacy in community, educational, human services, recreational, spiritual and youth program settings in Mount Vernon IA, North Adams, MA and Berea, KY.