Meet the Mentors

Once you accept your offer, you will be assigned a mentor. Mentors are current uLethbridge students who have been in your shoes. They have had a great experience in Lethbridge and want to make sure you do too! They are here to guide, support and assist as you prepare to begin your studies. Not only will they assist you through email, but they will also be leaders and staff at the major events you attend (e.g., Ahead of the Herd and New Student Orientation).

Get to know your mentor today:


Hello! My name is Bisi, and I am very excited to be your mentor this year! I am a fourth year Biological Sciences major and Philosophy minor, looking forward to doing something cool post-graduation, once I figure out what that is. I am a huge fan of comedic performances; if it is funny or inspires joyous feelings, I’m sure to love it.

Since my favorite hobby is carefully reading those short movie/show summaries on Netflix but never actually watching the movies and shows, I believe I have the longest “Watch Later” list in existence. I enjoy walking, crocheting, watching YouTube videos (because comedy), and cooking.

Here at the University, I have received an invaluable wealth of knowledge both inside and outside the classroom and have had the privilege of meeting the most wonderful people. In addition to answering all your questions, I am happy to share my own experiences with you. If—or shall I say when—you have questions, please do not hesitate to send me an email. Also, if you need help finding your classes, need someone to talk to, or simply need the encouraging words of some wise philosopher from long ago spoken to you, I am one email away.

This is going to be an amazing year, and I look forward to seeing you thrive!


Hey there! My name is Angelina and I'm excited to be returning as your mentor for yet another semester! I am currently in my fifth year at the University of Lethbridge, majoring in Biology with a minor in Neuroscience and a minor in Liberal Education. I came to Lethbridge from Calgary and have had an amazing time here so far, making tons of great friends along the way.

I'm a big animal lover and have a small zoo at home - two cats, two dogs, and two horses. I've recently fallen in love with travelling when I went on my first trip outside of Canada to Mexico. I got to go whale watching, snorkeling, and explore some of the smaller mountain villages. I followed up last semester with a trip to Paris to attend the iGEM Competition with our own team from University of Lethbridge. It was an incredible experience, and I can't wait to travel more in the future.

When I'm not studying, you can find me hanging out with my furry friends, sipping on some delicious coffee, going for scenic hikes, or hitting the slopes for some skiing and snowboarding. I love being outdoors and taking in all the beauty nature has to offer. I also enjoy trying new experiences, this year I want to try growing a variety of vegetables in my garden.

The research aspect of Biology and my experience in the Co-op program have provided me with ample amounts of knowledge and tools to make me ready for when I graduate next Spring. I hope to use my background to pursue a meaningful career helping people or expanding new frontiers of knowledge through research. I am also very involved with the Campus community and I do a lot of volunteering with the different Clubs and events on campus.

As a mentor, I am here to aid you in any way possible throughout the semester. I am here to help you transition to university life by providing guidance and support. I am always available to respond to inquiries and I am excited to help you make the most of your university experience.


Hello! My name is Miriam I am a political science and psychology student. Some of you may see me on campus doing club events as I am the president of the Black Student Association on campus and the vice president of the political science club, (APSS). When I’m not on campus working, learning, or doing club events I love to crochet and watch movies, my current favourite is a French film named ‘Divines’. I’m from small town Brooks Alberta, go bandits! I also enjoy trying different lip balms, my top one will forever be the Cay Skin lip balm, it is just perfect. My job is to help you get acquainted with the university as well as help you navigate your way through your first year and hopefully help you find your home away from home. For some of you this is the beginning and for some it’s a continuation but to all of you I just want to say I’m proud of you for getting here. Don’t hesitate to reach out and don’t be a stranger!


Hi! My name is Jodine Robin and I'm a transfer students with a Kinesiology major at the University of Lethbridge! So, like many transfer students, my year of study is a bit of a gray area, but I'm somewhere within my 2nd - 3rd year. I moved to Lethbridge over a year ago from Dominica (Caribbean Island), while I have been to other institutions before, U of Lethbridge takes the win for being the most inclusive and student friendly. I'm pretty sure you will feel the same too! 

Being form an island, I enjoy going to the beach or river, literally anywhere with water! I also enjoy outdoor activities especially hiking or driving around to discover a new city, I'm always up for an adventure. In my career, I intend on specializing in Physical Therapy (PT) where I am able to travel for work, at numerous clinics and cities, to help restore function/movement to my patients. 

As a mentor, I am always ready to help in any way I can. Tackle everything one moment at a time, you'll surely reach your goal!

Welcome to our University! I'm looking forward to helping you along your journey here.


Hi there! My name is Graycie and I am currently a third year Bachelor of Nursing student. My goals are to work in the ER or ICU and eventually travel nurse someplace warm. I was born and raised in Lethbridge and currently live on an acreage just outside of town.  I love cats and have three orange kitties named Alan, Elton, and AJ. When not in my nursing classes, clinicals, or studying, you can find me road-tripping, going to the movies, shopping, sleeping, or travelling. My favourite spot to travel is Southern California with my family. I just love driving around and enjoying the views of palm trees, ocean and beaches, and going to amusement parks like Disneyland and Universal Studies. I am looking forward to being a mentor this year and working with you/answering any questions you may have! Please don't hesitate to reach out!


Hey everyone! I’m so excited to be a mentor for this semester! I’m currently in my fourth year here at the University of Lethbridge, with a combined degree in general social sciences and Social Studies education. I am working towards becoming a teacher and cannot wait to get back in the classroom teaching.

When I’m not working on school you can often find me trying something new – because let’s face it I cannot stick to one hobby (I hyper-fixate on something for a while, then move onto the next). This makes my life fun but also kind of crazy. Some things that have stood the test of time in my world though are: finding the best cup of coffee wherever I’m at, reading, baking, listening to music or podcasts, and just be outside as much as possible.

Although I am not from Lethbridge originally, over the last 4 hectic years I have made this place my home away from home. I hope I can help you do the same. Making the transition from a small town to a city was a little daunting but the community I found on campus helped me a lot. This is one of the reasons why I chose to become a mentor this year and also why I became part of the Education Undergraduate Society Council. 

This year is super exciting for me, just as it is for you! I also have a few more rolls on campus as well when I’m not busy with being a mentor. They include an Executive Position as President on the EUS here on campus as well as working in the Career Bridge office! I cannot wait to connect and help you along the way this year! I am always here if you need some help, guidance, or just to talk.


Hello! My name is Theodore. I am currently in my 3rd year of studying psychology and every day I grow more and more appreciative of the program and my choice to study it. After graduating, I will most likely pursue a master’s in psychology, counselling or psychotherapy. As a future career path, I hope to become a therapist, or if things go as planned then I will continue into medical school and become a psychiatrist.

I am originally from Lethbridge and decided to study at ULethbridge because I wanted to stay close to my family and because I had heard amazing things about ULethbridge’s psychology program. As a Lethbridge local I am aware of great places to eat and even more great places to study or hang out!

In my free time, I enjoy adventure. I like to try new foods, find new places to shop and hike through the mountains or coulees. I also like to be adventurous through cooking. I am always trying new recipe ideas and have my friends and family to be my taste testers. I am also an animal lover! My partner and I have two rescue cats named Haku and Astrid. We plan to adopt many more!

As your mentor, I will be available to help in any way I can be. I am here to respond to inquiries about Lethbridge and  ULethbridge. I hope to be a source that helps your journey into ULethbridge be one of ease. I am very excited to meet and talk with you all!


Hey there and welcome! I'm Esha, a third-year student in the HRLR management program with a minor in mental health. As an HR student, I have a deep passion for learning and engaging in discussions regarding business and management. Originally from Taber, Alberta, I've pretty much grown up around Lethbridge my whole life. If you ever need tips on things to do or recommendations, I've got you covered! Outside of being a student and working, I enjoy reading, watching TV, and spending quality time with friends and family. As your mentor, my goal is to assist you in every possible way throughout the semester. I'm here to make your transition to university life smoother by offering guidance and support. Feel free to reach out with any questions, and I'm excited to help you make the most of your university experience. Whether you want to chat (or rant) about your day, I'm always here for you. Looking forward to getting to know each of you throughout the school year. Don't hesitate to get in touch – can't wait to hear from you soon!


Hi there! My name is Moyosoreoluwa and I am currently in my second year at the University majoring in Finance. I moved to Canada from Nigeria to further my post-secondary education and so far, the University of Lethbridge has been an awesome experience. I enjoy watching movies in my free time and talking with my friends and I would say I am an outgoing person, although to an extent. I enjoy volunteering at events and networking so you definitely will spot me at various occasions on campus, and if you do, don’t hesitate to say hi!

I am so happy to be part of this year’s Mentor Team and I hope to be a great support to the best of my ability.

So, if you ever need any questions answered, you can always send me an email and I’ll be more than happy to respond. Be the best and have a great semester!


Hey everyone! I'm Lulya Michael, and I'm stoked to be a mentor this year. I am currently in my third year here at the University of Lethbridge, majoring in Neuroscience. Post-graduation, I'm considering a path in biomedical engineering. The idea of merging neuroscience with engineering principles intrigues me, and I'm thinking about pursuing a master's in biomedical engineering down the road. In my downtime (which is does not occur frequently), I enjoy playing volleyball. If you're a fellow volleyball fan or want to give it a shot, I'm always up for a casual game or just chatting about the sport. Spending time with friends is something I truly value. There’s a unique joy in creating memories together. I also have a soft spot for spontaneity, whether it’s trying a new place to eat or making last-minute plans. I'm a curious soul and firmly believe in the power of asking questions. If there's anything on your mind—academic or not—I'm here to help and guide you through it. If you ever need advice, have questions, or just want to chat, feel free to reach out.