KPU Collective

The first few weeks of university is filled with lots of exciting and new opportunities. KPU Collective can help you navigate all the new information. KPU Collective is also a great way to get involved in the KPU community and find your people.

KPU Collective

Through KPU Collective, you’ll be connected to a peer mentor, meaning you’ll have someone to answer all of your questions, someone to help connect you with support and campus services, and how to get involved at KPU.  You’ll also be able to connect with other new students through KPU Collective to gather, learn, and grow to help you get off to a great start here at KPU!

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How does the program work?

KPU Collective is a blended (online and on campus) university community when new students connect with others entering or in their first year at KPU.  In signing up for the program you’ll be paired with a mentor who is part of the KPU Collective Krew.  Your mentor will help make your first-year experience memorable and meaningful.  Each mentor is paired with 8-10 students and with another mentor and their mentees, creating a Collective who are in a shared faculty and who you can connect with and participate in different social events, attend learning workshops, and engage in activities during your first semester with us.

Who can sign up?

If you are a new domestic KPU student or a first-year KPU student with less than 15 credits completed in an open intake program, KPU Collective is right for you. 

If you don’t know if this is the right program for you, just ask us and we’d be happy to help.

Why should I sign up?

As we mentioned before, KPU Collective is a great way to meet fellow KPU students who are just starting their journey with us.  We know how exciting starting university can be but we also know it can be nerve-wracking – and we want to help you make this transition fun and informative.  By signing up for KPU Collective, you’ll be connected to other new, like-minded KPU students as well as senior student leaders who will share tips, stories, and their own KPU experiences.