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Actuarial Science Alumni Mentorship

In partnership with University Advancement (Alumni) and the Actuarial Science Club, this program brings together undergraduate students studying actuarial science (major or specialist) with professionals who have graduated from the program.  Professionals and students are matched based on a varying set of criteria and are given conversation topics to get a self-monitored mentoring relationship started.  

Mentees (students)

Apply through the Actuarial Science Club when applications open in the fall. More information can be found by contacting the club or connect on Facebook.

Mentors (alumni)

We welcome alumni from the actuarial science program to pass along their knowledge and mentor our undergraduate students. If you are interested in the program and looking for more information, please take a look at our Mentor Guide.

In this guide you will find an overview of the program as well as the responsibilities and benefits of being a mentor. We look forward to you joining our alumni community and your continued support for our students. Please reach out to our Mentorship Programs Coordinator or sign up to get started with becoming a mentor.

Download the Mentor Guide (PDF)

Timeline (mentors)

Timeline Steps
  • By late fall interested alumni will be contacted to participate
  • Mentors will be matched with their mentee(s) based on responses to their application forms
  • Program begins

Formal mentorship program ends in April


Timeline (mentees)

Timeline Steps
Late Summer/Fall

Application forms submitted and mentor matches made (based on application responses and alumni availability)

Mid/Late Fall

Mentorship relationship begins


Formal mentorship program ends in April


We regret that due to the nature of the program, we are unable to accommodate late- or mid-year requests.  

If you have any questions, please connect with the Actuarial Science Club, contact our Mentorship Programs Coordinator or sign up to become a mentor.