LinkedUP! is a program offered through the Office of Diversity Outreach and Development in the College of Education, Health and Human Services that is focused on linking undergraduate students with graduate and faculty mentors to assist them in developing their academic and professional competencies. 

Past participants in the LinkedUP! program have reported:

"My mentor pushes me to be the best I can be in and out of school.  One of the people I run to for anything."

"LinkedUP! is an amazing way to meet new people and network with other faculty.  They helped me widen my perspective and outlook.  They introduced me to research experience such as the McNair Scholars Program."

"You guys are always so great and positive, and extremely supportive.  Going to the leadership conference at Columbus State in the fall was a really awesome experience, and I hope LinkedUP! will be able to continue to provide opportunities like this for students."


Meetings are held on Tuesdays from 5:30-7:00pm in the Read Room, room 200 White Hall (unless otherwise specified).


Bi-weekly Meeting Topics Focus On:

  • Time Management
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Professional Development
  • Communication Skills
  • Community Service
  • Volunteer Experiences
  • Academic Resources
  • Networking
  • And More!!

For more information on LinkedUP! contact Vince Consiglio by email here!