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CUT Mentors Honoured For Hard Work and Dedication



CUT Mentors Honoured For Hard Work and Dedication

CUT Mentors Honoured For Hard Work and Dedication. CUT introduced a Peer Mentorship Programme to aid first-year students in navigating the challenges of higher education. This initiative aimed to foster a supportive environment conducive to academic success.

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The Peer Mentorship Programme

Designed to facilitate positive interactions among students, mentors, and faculty members, the programme empowers trained mentors to offer guidance and assistance. These sessions foster a sense of community, provide access to campus resources, and cultivate a feeling of belonging.

Celebrating Excellence

On October 18, 2023, the Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching (CILT) hosted an awards ceremony to recognize the tireless efforts of mentors during the 2024 academic year. Awards were presented in various categories, including Best Peer Mentor, Most Involved Peer Mentor, Most Innovative Peer Mentor, Most Compassionate Peer Mentor, and Best Overall Peer Mentor.

The Epitome of Excellence

Ms. MK Mabanza, representing the faculty of Humanities, was honored as the 2024 Best Overall Peer Mentor. Her dedication and commitment exemplify the spirit of the programme and its impact on student success.


The recognition of CUT mentors underscores the significance of peer support in fostering academic achievement. Their unwavering dedication serves as an inspiration, reinforcing the importance of mentorship in higher education.

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