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Multicultural Assistance Peer Program Mentors

Multicultural Assistance Peer Program

We have been impacting the lives of students at the University of South Carolina for over 20 years. 

What is the program?

The Multicultural Assistance Peer Program (M.A.P.P.) is designed to assist first-year multicultural students transitioning to the university by providing them with a trained mentor for their critical first year. The program works to establish positive academic, social and cultural networks.


How to Participate

The Multicultural Assistance Peer Program, which is part of the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs at USC, is dedicated to celebrating the cultural diversity of all students, staff and community members by offering support programs and activities to all students. Your participation makes our program stronger.

Apply to be a Mentor or Coordinator
Recommend a student for MAPP

Apply to be a Mentee


MAPP Homecoming Reception

Date: Friday, October 27, 2017
Time: 3 to 5 p.m.
Location: Spigner House
M.A.P.P. has helped many diverse students find their home at the University of South Carolina and these students have gone on to do amazing things all over the world. Join us as we call all of our M.A.P.P. family home and celebrate our community at the university. We will join in fellowship, meet current students and learn how the program has transformed. RSVP »


2017 - 2018 Year

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