Chroma Project

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If you are a first year student and would like to be connected with a faculty or graduate student mentor who can provide academic and/or cultural support during your first year of university, become a part of the Chroma Project!

The Chroma Project aims to:

  • Promote academic success
  • Foster meaningful relationships with university faculty, staff and graduate students
  • Develop coping strategies to assist with cultural transition
  • Build networks during university and beyond graduation

The time commitment is a minimum of 1 hour per month to meet with your mentor/mentee.

This project is supported by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities funding for First Generation Students.

Firsthand Accounts

These student testimonials will give you a sense of what the Chroma Project is all about from people who have been involved.

How to Get Involved

We would be delighted to have your involvement in the Chroma Project. Please tell us a little about yourself and we'll be in touch soon.

Applications and Resources

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