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MORE Mentoring Program


The Multicultural Outreach and Resources at Emory (MORE) Mentoring Program is a remarkable first-year student program that seeks to enrich the experiences of incoming students, particularly students of color. The purpose of MORE is to assist first-years with their transition and connection to Emory both socially and academically. The program also offers opportunities for meaningful cross-cultural engagement within Emory's diverse community. MORE facilitates Emory Campus Life's vision to create an inclusive, culturally humble Emory community full of leaders who catalyze positive change.

Program Structure

The program takes place during the fall semester with weekly meetings Mondays from 5:00-7:30pm. Lead by our MORE Mentors, thse meetings are interactive, engaging chances for first-year students to learn more about campus resources/opporutnities and to have discussions about the first-year experience. Each first-year Mentee is paired with an upper division student Mentor who will help guide their Mentees through their first-semester. These Mentee-Mentor pairs are also assigned to a "family" for additional resources and support. As a thrid layer of support, all MORE Families are assigned a Family Mentor, a faculty/staff member who encourages professional development and cultural competency. For more information, please explore teh tabs on the left or contact Malcolm Robinson at


Sydney Blount Emory Alumni

I thoroughly enjoyed being a part of the program all four years of college because I believe in MORE's message, all that it can offer students from every background, and above all it provided me with more laughs and fun times than I can remember.