The Student Success Mentoring Program is designed to pair University of West Florida students with upper-level students and professionals who advise and direct students on the path to success in their chosen field. The Mentoring Program provides services including:
The Brother-to-Brother Program was developed to increase retention, and graduation among UWF's African American and Latino male student population. The Brother-to-Brother Program at the University of West Florida is designed to provide its African American, Hispanic, and Latino male students with a variety of academic support services, activities, and resources. Embracing the principles of accountability, leadership, self-discipline, and intellectual development, the UWF Brother-to-Brother Program was developed to increase retention, and graduation among UWF's African American male student population. The program fosters a system of support committed to the success of each participant. Brother-to-Brother can be an important step toward helping African American men move in a positive direction as they reach for academic goals.