R.H. Flowers Scholars Program
The R.H. Flowers Scholars Program (formally known as the Amigo Peer Mentoring Program) uses peer-mentoring relationships as a resource and opportunity for promoting growth. R.H. Flowers scholars are paired with upper class students who serve as a source of both support and connection during the transition from high school to college. Through the structured curriculum, students are able to reflect on a variety of issues related to race, ethnicity and culture which effect modern day society. Scholars are then able to identify and facilitate effective strategies to create greater awareness across campus and in the community at large.