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Fremont University Will Be There For You

Part of Fremont’s Culture of Care involves ensuring students have someone to turn to should they have a question or concern about any aspect of their education. Each student has a team of 5-Star Mentors who will support and mentor them during their studies at Fremont University. Students are assigned five mentors- one for each area of education, including: Admissions Mentor, Financial Aid Officer, Director of Student Affairs, Student Affairs Officer, Career Planning Specialist.

The Five-Star Mentor

HEART-centered learning is Fremont University’s signature approach to social and emotive educational development. It focuses on the following five concepts-Hardworking, Ethical, Accountable, Relevant, and Thankful. All curriculum is infused with these five concepts aiming to equip students with the knowledge, attitude, experience, and skills necessary to work in collaboration with others, resolve conflicts, be creative, and succeed in the face of obstacles both in school and in the workplace.

Admission Associate

Your Admissions Associate will be available to answer any questions pertaining to the admissions process and help you adjust as a new student.


  • Questions regarding the admissions process
  • Getting acquainted with the school as a new student
  • Discussing the next step in your education if you decide to pursue
  • Questions about our bachelor’s degree completion program

Financial Aid Officer

Your Financial Aid Officer will assist you with the financial aid process and help you get the money you need to pay for school (for those who qualify).


  • Applying for student aid
  • Questions about FAFSA documents
  • Questions about existing student loans, grants, payment plans, etc.

Director of Academic Affairs

Your Academic Dean will be your go-to person when you have questions or concerns regarding a specific class or your degree program.


  • General questions about your degree program
  • Questions / concerns regarding a particular class
  • Discussing academic progress
  • Creating an academic plan to achieve your educational goals

Career Planning Specialist

Your Career Planning Specialist will help you prepare for the workforce and obtain a job after graduation.


  • Questions regarding workshops and other career preparation events
  • Obtaining an internship while in school to acquire necessary work experience
  • Obtaining a job after graduation (in no way does Fremont University promise or guarantee employment or level of income/wages)