The Graduate Mentoring Center

The Graduate Mentoring Center was founded in 2014 under the auspices of The University Graduate School and through the generous funding of the President's Diversity Initiatives. We are part of the Indiana University community of scholars who are committed to helping graduate students succeed during and after their graduate school journey.

We take a holistic approach to programs and services in order to provide graduate students informal and formal mentorship through mentors, workshops, the Innovators and Trailblazers speaker series, and interactions with peers, faculty, and staff. Our programs and services focus on five tenets that address the personal and professional growth and well-being of students: Balance, Community, Culture, Community, Mentorship, and Scholarship. Our goal: To graduate whole and successful scholars who will engage in innovative and transformative research.

To learn more about what we do and why, watch Mentoring Future Mentors. To review and register for our programs, please regularly check our calendar for upcoming events.

We look forward to seeing you soon and invite you to visit us at the Wells Library, Room E544R.

Maria Hamilton Abegunde, PhD