Peer Mentors at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
UW Oshkosh has made a commitment to ensuring that every first-year student has a Peer Mentor to help guide them through the first semester of college life. Peer Mentors serve in every Quest I class and are excited to be part of the University Studies Program!
Our Quest I Peer Mentor program has four basic goals:
1.) Help first-year students transition from high school to college life.
2.) Connect students to resources on campus that will help them succeed.
3.) Engage first-year students with the campus and the greater Oshkosh community.
4.) Foster a sense of connection to both the campus and fellow UW Oshkosh students, staff, and faculty.
Who Are Peer Mentors and What Do They Do?
Peer Mentors are students who are trained and ready to help first-year students become familiar with academic life at UW Oshkosh. They have been chosen because of their success as a student and leader on campus.
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Become a Peer Mentor
Excited to become a Peer Mentor? If you are interested in helping others succeed in college and have "been there and done that," read the Peer Mentor job description to see if this opportunity is right for you.
How to Apply and Application Deadlines
If you're interested in serving as a Peer Mentor for Fall 2014 Quest I courses, here are some deadlines to keep in mind:
Applications available on this site: Monday, January 27, 2014
Applications due to Debbie Gray Patton: Monday, March 3, 2014 (priority deadline; applications accepted after this date until positions are filled)
Interviews: Saturday, March 15, 2014 and the following week
Notification of Selection: Monday, March 31, 2014
Peer Mentor Training: Sunday, April 13, 2014 (mandatory), 1:00-6:00pm