LINC stands for Leaders Incorporated and is a peer mentoring program available to incoming minority students. Its purpose is to build a foundation of peer support that will help you as an incoming freshman minority student to more easily transition into the college environment. Our goal is to do this by helping you to become involved on campus, developing and enhancing your leadership skills early on so you can be a successful student.
LINC works by pairing an upperclassman student with an incoming student. A retreat in the fall connects mentors with mentees and begins the LINC experience. After returning from the retreat, mentors and mentees meet regularly, so when mentees have questions about classes or concerns about adjusting to college life the mentor can help provide guidance and accountability.
Additionally, the LINC program conducts workshops that highlight important collegiate and professional skills.
Ultimately, both mentees and mentors will benefit by developing leadership skills and supportive peer relationships that will help to become more successful students.
Interested in participating in this program?
Please complete the Online Registration Here to apply to be a LINC Mentee or download and mail the Program Registration form. (for incoming students)
Please complete the Online Form Here or download and mail teh Mentor Application form.
Mentors are now eligible to earn credit hours for Public Service Internship. Please contact Laura Allen if interested.
Forms may be mailed to: Lauren Allen, The University of Tulsa, Office of Multicultural Affairs, 800 South Tucker Drive, Tulsa, OK 74104 or fax to 918-631-2788.