Connect with Other Students
Peer Connections Peer Mentors serve as guides to the university experience, supporting and empowering all SJSU students during their academic and social adjustment to SJSU. Peer Mentors are among the best, brightest, and most diverse SJSU students. They have been through the college transition and know some of the challenges you may be facing. You can make an appointment for a one on one meeting.
Connect with Alumni and Other Professionals
See the different ways to get connected on SJSU² Mentoring & Meetups below.
Quick Connections (available year round, including summer)
SJSU² Quick Connections connects alumni and other professional mentors with SJSU student mentees for one-time interactions (virtually or in person) focused on a set of specific career exploration questions developed by the mentee.
- To log in go to SJSU² Mentoring & Meetups > current students utilize “SJSU SSO”
- Alumni and other professional mentors, sign in via LinkedIn or email
Connect with Alumni: Professional Mentoring & Meetups Program (Fall/Spring Semester Only*)
*Alumni/Other Industry Professional Mentor registration Spring is typically in January; Fall is in July.
Student registration for Spring is typically in February; Fall is in September. See the program page for the most up to date information.
The SJSU² Professional Mentoring & Meetups Program connects alumni and professional mentors with SJSU student mentees to support career exploration and build purposeful connections.
What is the difference between an advisor, a tutor, and a mentor?
Advisors and/or counselors are professional campus staff that offer skilled guidance on personal, academic, and career-development questions. Check out the Advising Hub for a comprehensive list of free SJSU advising and counseling resources.
Tutors guide you to understand course concepts and develop the strategies and skills you need to be successful in your courses and academic pursuits. Check out the Tutoring Hub for a comprehensive list of free SJSU tutoring resources.
Mentors share their expertise and experiences to help you make the most of your university experience and prepare for the college-to-career transition.