Citations and Reprints

The Mentor welcomes those researching various academic advising topics to cite and/or reprint articles featured in this journal. Please refer to the appropriate section below for detailed instructions.


Articles published in The Mentor may be cited in print publications using the following sample APA format:

Lowenstein, M. (2011, September 28). Academic advising at the University of Utopia. The Mentor: An Academic Advising Journal. Retrieved from

Note: If the Mentor article is cited in an electronic publication or on a website, please provide an active link to the journal.


Articles written specifically for and originally published in The Mentor may be reprinted, either whole or in part, only with prior permission from the journal editors. Requests to reprint original Mentor articles should be sent to

Authors of original Mentor articles are automatically given permission to reprint their own articles without prior consent from the journal, as long as the appropriate attribution is included in the reprinted article.

Requests for permission to reprint an article originally published in another source but later reprinted in The Mentor should be directed to the author(s) of that article.

A sample attribution for an article reprinted with permission is shown below. The reprint must also include the original title of the article, the author’s name, and the full text (or a verbatim excerpt) of the article.

From The Mentor: An Academic Advising Journal (, March 26, 2009. Reprinted with permission.


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