What is a Peer Mentor?
A Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) Peer Mentor is an academically strong undergraduate student who participates in developing and delivering learning support programs, taking a lead in an academic support community at the U of S. Some Peer Mentors act as coaches for course-specific study groups assigned to a select set of larger, traditionally difficult undergraduate courses, some provide support for study and learning skills by leading small-group workshops, and others work with specialized projects or programs in the SLS and other units on campus. A philosophy underlying all PAL programs is to provide positive, safe, and comfortable learning environments that encourage and support students in their academic pursuits.
Choose one of the buttons below to find out more information about our current and former Peer Mentors, or to find out how to get involved yourself!
|Shannon Floer||Peer Assisted Learning and Grad Help||(306) email@example.com|
|Gina Koehn||Study Skills, Structured Study Sessions for Bio 120||(306) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Paul Dick||Structured Study Sessions for Bio 120||(306) email@example.com|
|Holly Fraser||Structured Study Sessions for Phys 115 & Math 121||(306) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Liv Marken||Grad Help Support||(306) email@example.com|
|Joel Fonstad||Learning Communities||(306) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Erin Holcomb||SLS Assistant||(306) email@example.com|
|Donna van de Velde||PAL Program Support and Study Skills Support||(306) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Angie Gerrard||Library Research Skills||(306) email@example.com|
|Kara Loy||Undergraduate Research||(306) firstname.lastname@example.org|