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Peer Mentoring

Peer Mentors offer Academic and Social Engagement Support to the students they mentor. Interested in getting involved in Peer Mentoring? Click the button below to get involved!

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What is Peer Mentoring?

The Peer Mentor Program supports the academic and social engagement of first and second year students as they transition to college life at KU. Mentees are paired with an academically successful upper division student based on major, career and/or personal interests. Mentees will meet regularly with their mentor to ask questions, and discuss topics critical the student’s academic success.

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Who is eligible for Peer Mentoring?

Students who are a first or second year student are eligible for Peer Mentoring. Students will be given priority if they are: a first generation college student, Pell-eligible, Historically underrepresented minority students.

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How do I get more information?

Reach out to Jordan Aja Brandt-Nuckols (J.Brandt@ku.edu) for more information on Peer Mentoring for how to get involved! Or reach out the UASC (uasc@ku.edu) and we can guide you through the process to get involved.

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