Date of Award
Doctor of Education (EdD)
Scholarship of Discovery
This study investigated the perceived utilization and importance of career, psychosocial, and spiritual mentoring functions in the mentoring relationships with university personnel at select Nazarene Higher Educational Institutions (NHEI). Quantitative methodology utilizing survey research was used to collect data. A total of 366 traditional undergraduate students were surveyed from the Behavioral Sciences Division at four select NHEIs. Data analysis indicated statistically significant differences on students‟ ethnicity and the mentoring function of protection, denomination and the function of exposure and visibility, college or university and the function of spiritual accountability, major and the functions of exposure and visibility and challenging assignments, classification and the mentoring function of sponsorship. All responses to the perceived importance of the mentoring functions were statistically significant.
Middendorf, Tom, "The Impact of Career, Psychosocial, and Spiritual Functions of Mentoring on Undergraduate Students" (2010). Ed.D. Dissertations. 9.