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History

In 1979, the Black Student Alliance developed a peer mentoring program called the All-Star Leaguers.  In 1990, the program became a part of the Office of Multicultural Programs and Services and was changed to the Multicultural Outreach and Resources at Emory (MORE) peer mentoring program.  Currently, the program serves 60-75 first-year students, mentored by 30-35 upper-class undergraduate students, and 15-30 staff and faculty members.  The program targets Black and Latino students, but it serves ALL Emory students.