Graduate Peer Mentors
Peer mentors serve the Jack N. Averitt College of Graduate Studies as a resource to first year graduate students. Starting graduate school is a new and exciting journey which often presents new challenges. A student does not need to begin this journey alone. Peer mentors provide support for areas related to a new student’s academic, professional, and personal life.
New students are organized into peer groups led by an experienced Graduate Peer Mentor.
To apply as a peer mentor, students must complete the Graduate Peer Mentor application and submit a letter of support from a faculty member in their program of study. Students who do not have a faculty endorsement will not be considered. Letters should be emailed to Dr. Ashley Walker, Dean of the College of Graduate Studies, email@example.com.
The College of Graduate Studies is currently not recruiting peer mentors for fall 2020.
Last updated: 8/14/2020