Barrett Mentoring Program

General Information: 

Starting college can be a challenging time, but Barrett Mentors are here to help Barrett West freshmyn make a smooth transition to university life. Barrett West Mentors are available to answer questions and offer advice about classes, the Barrett community, and student life at ASU. 

During the fall semester, Barrett West Mentors will host Q&A's, Human Event study sessions, and informal fun events to help freshmyn get connected on campus, learn about resources, and feel at home in the Barrett community. 

Fall 2018 Barrett Mentors 

Ismail Alvarado
Junior studying Psychology
Keaton Coker
Junior studying Biology (Pharmacology/Toxicology)
Madison Frazier
Junior studying Biology (Pharmacology/Toxicology)
Jairo Gutierrez 
Junior studying Psychology
Maggie Lorenz
Sophomore studying Applied Computing
Shiwani Sandhu
Sophomore studying Medical Studies
Ayanna Shambé
Senior studying Biology and Women & Gender Studies

All incoming Barrett West freshmyn are invited to attend Mentor-sponsored activities and will receive more information through email, in HON 191, and in the Barrett West Weekly newsletter about upcoming events during the fall semester. Freshmyn will also receive a phone call from their Mentors during the first week in August. 

Contact Barrett West Mentoring Program Advisor, Liz Marini, at, with any questions. 

How To Get Involved: 

**Applications for Fall 2019 Mentors will be available in February 2019.**

Barrett Mentors receive specialized para-professional training and attend weekly meetings during the fall semester. 

If you have questions, contact Liz Marini, Program Advisor, at


Nathalie Alejandro, Chair for Barrett West Mentoring Program
Nathalie Alejandro