Here you will find details on training workshops, plus advice on working with freshmen in your advising group and within your residence hall. Information on how to become an associate advisor is also provided.
As upperclass mentors, associate advisors assume a leadership role and offer academic advice to freshmen for a one-year commitment in partnership with freshman advisors. Associate advisors also support freshmen living in their residence by providing academic programming and resources.
Here you will find key training information and advice for current associate advisors as well as information on how to become an associate advisor next year.
To learn more about first year academics and stay informed about critical issues for freshman at this point in the year, please visit the First Year at MIT section.