The Mentor: Innovative Scholarship on Academic Advising

The Mentor is a peer-reviewed academic advising journal devoted to introducing new and unsettling existing ideas relevant to advising in higher education. Founded in 1999 and originally known as The Mentor: An Academic Advising Journal, it was renamed The Mentor: Innovative Scholarship on Academic Advising in 2018 to reflect its rich history of publishing innovative ideas. The Mentor would be pleased to consider submissions of any length, from any disciplinary perspective, and that utilize traditional or experimental analytic methods or writing styles. High quality scholarship that examines emerging issues, proposes new perspectives, and challenges established thought relevant to academic advising is particularly welcome.

A full archive of articles published under the journal’s previous name is available at our former website. The journal’s most recent articles are posted here on our new website. Although articles are organized into annual volumes, they are published throughout the year and available immediately online.