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MENtal Freedom

MENtal Freedom Men

What is MENtal Freedom?

MENtal Freedom is a mentoring program designed to provide leadership, networking, dialogue, instruction and real world situations. Through these, they develop skills in interpersonal, academics, and professionalism. The program establishes and encourages inclusiveness, community, and legacy. The outreach behind MENtal Freedom is focused on our traditionally under-represented males, including African-American and Latino men.

See images of MENtal Freedom in action as well as other Diversity and Inclusion programs on our Flickr page!

Meet MENtal Freedom

MENtal Freedom for the 2014-2015 academic year includes approximately 25 dedicated and passionate men, striving to improve themselves and each other.

Diversity Mentoring Programs Advisory Board Members

Diversity mentoring programs rely on an Advisory Board of Tarleton State University faculty and staff. The Advisory Board Members include: Dr. Marilyn Robitaille, Ms. Nathalie Jones, Ms. Destiney Tolbert, Mr. Reggie Hall, Dr. Edward Randle, Dr. Rusty Freed, Ms. Lathes Towns, Ms. Brenda Faulkner, and Dr. Lora Helvie-Mason.

Contact Us

MENtal Freedom is a special program within the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.

Dr. Lora Helvie-Mason, Director 

Office of Diversity & Inclusion
Thompson Student Center, 21

Dr. Reggie Hall, Coordinator of Mentoring Programs

Office of Diversity & Inclusion
Thompson Student Center, 25