CHHD Peer Mentoring Program
The College of Health and Human Development Peer Mentor Program is available to all Child and Adolescent Studies students!
This program promotes meaningful and successful college experiences by building learning partnerships between students. There are many benefits of being involved either as a mentor or a mentee. For example, as a mentor you will stand out as a student leader, earn course credits and interact closely with faculty and other peer mentors in a small course. As a mentee, you will learn more about your major, learn to navigate through your CAS classes and connect with other students at social events hosted by the program.
Please visit the CHHD Peer Mentoring Program website to get more information