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Frosh Mosh Program
The Frosh Mosh Program is a semester-long experience that allows students to become acclimated to life at FGCU while learning about new opportunities and building community. Students participate in a three-day immersive weekend during the summer that introduces them to social justice issues and leadership concepts through guided discussions and activities. Throughout this experience, participants will be led by a Peer Mentor and will continue their growth and development through the Fall semester.
Looking for a way to become a student leader?
Frosh Mosh peer mentors are a group of students trained as peer educators who are comfortable in facilitating topics around diversity, social justice and leadership. The goal of each mentor is to build a relationship with a student mentee group, work towards a smooth transition and foster the growth in each of their mentees' leadership potential. Applications are live every October/November!
- Identify personal beliefs, values, strengths, and the impact of one’s social identities
- Identify strategies for success through demonstrated solution-based thinking, autonomy, and accountability
- Embrace diversity through respect, understanding, and connection
- Increase meaningful interpersonal relationships with individuals from various backgrounds
- Identify opportunities to provide service to foster and sustain a thriving community