King's Academic Mentoring Program
KAMP – King's Academic Mentoring Program – is a peer-to-peer mentoring program developed and run by students, for students. KAMP pairs upper-year students with first-year and transition students for the entire academic year, from September until April!
How Does KAMP Work?
All first-year students are automatically enrolled in the KAMP program. They have access to their mentor for the entire academic year to meet one-on-one or in a group setting, or just to communicate over email, text, or other social media platforms.
Mentors offer support to ease the transition to post-secondary life, connect their mentees with campus resources, and work with mentees to develop and achieve their goals.
Mentees can access their mentor through the KAMP OWL site, or through this link.
Other ways to connect with KAMP