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Programs for Students

We care about your growth and development. Coordinated by Marshall College professional staff, these year-long programs are designed to enrich your co-curricular (out of the classroom) experience at UC San Diego. 


The Dine-With-a-Prof and Coffee-With-a-Prof programs allow undergraduate students to have coffee or dine with one of their esteemed faculty members or graduate teaching assistants at no cost!

Visit the Dine-With-a-Prof website for more information on how to participate.


Each One Reach One

Coordinated by the Student Affairs Dean’s Ambassador Program, Each One Reach One (EORO) is a peer mentorship program that pairs first-year students with continuing student mentors. Mentors help guide students through their transition to the university by sharing their knowledge of resources, giving them tips to study, and by being a friend! This application-based program opens up recruitment in Fall Quarter.

Apply to the program here: 

For more information about being a mentor or a mentee, email

Marshall College Transfer Peer Mentor Program

The mission of the Marshall College Transfer Peer Mentor Program is to adjust, enhance and balance the transition of incoming first-year transfer students to UC San Diego. Through one-on-one mentoring, a supportive environment, and peer support, the Marshall College Transfer Students Program assists transfer students to succeed at UC San Diego.

Apply to the program here: 

For more information about being a mentor or a mentee, email

Marshall Mentor Program

The Marshall Mentor Program offers second-year transfer students the opportunity to connect with faculty members in their academic discipline. Marshall College recognizes the importance of student/faculty interaction, and encourages students to take advantage of this program and enhance their college experience.

For more information, please visit the Marshall Mentor Program page.

ThurGOOD Reads

Sponsored by Student Affairs, the ThurGOOD Reads program is a quarterly opportunity for interested students, faculty, and staff to read a series of articles or a book and then discuss the readings Facilitated by Marshall staff and student leaders, materials are provided ahead of time for students to read and then attend at least one of the discussions. Reading selections are often paired with Marshall College programming, offering a unique opportunity to learn and grow.

For more information, email

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