Retention through Academic Mentoring Program

Contact RAMP/Apply

Interested in working for the Retention through Academic Mentoring Program?

Thank you for your interest in working for R.A.M.P., formal Applications are now available! Be sure to review the Job Announcement and follow directions carefully for submitting your application.

RAMP 2017-201 Job Announcement

RAMP 2017-2018 Mentor Application

Applications are due to the career center by Monday, January 30th at noon. Incomplete or late applications will not be accepted.


Minimum Qualifications: Applications must be currently enrolled full-time at HSU as an undergraduate student, have earned at least 12 units at HSU, and possess a minimum semester & cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher at the time of application. Applications must be able to commit to the full 2017-2018 academic year and be able to attend all mentor education sessions. Academic Mentors must possess a sincere commitment to serve as a role model for students new to the college experience and a commitment to uphold the R.A.M.P. mission statement.


Preferred Qualifications: R.A.M.P. seeks to employ students with strong leadership skills, who are dependable and able to work independently. Students who possess strong communication and time management skills and possess a clear understanding of basic university policy and the resources that HSU has to offer are strongly encouraged to apply. Undergraduate students, first-year transfer students or second year and above students are preferred for these positions.

If you have any questions contact Sarah Bacio, the RAMP Coordinator at


Report an Issue

As a commitment to your academic success, we want to offer you the best possible experience with your mentor. If an issue arises between you and your mentor, we are happy to offer you solutions. We want to know about any and every problem so that we can continually provide you with excellent service and support. It is important that you contact us in a timely manner so that we can resolve issues quickly.

To report an issue, email Please use the word “challenge” as the subject line so that we can prioritize your email and get back to you quickly. Make sure to detail your issue clearly and include a contact number where we can reach you.


Questions? Contact us!

Retention through Academic Mentoring Program (R.A.M.P.)
Nelson Hall East (NHE) 212
(707) 826-4585

Tracy Smith
R.A.M.P. Director
(707) 826-5251
Sarah Bacio
R.A.M.P. Coordinator
(707) 826-4585


Humboldt State University