- Areas of Study
- About A&S
- Faculty & Staff
- Cultural Initiatives
- Research Initiatives
Apply for GraduationDegrees & Certificates Meet Our Advisors Pre-Health Advising Add/Change Major, Minor 4-Year Graduation Plans Status Report Request Peer MentorsUND 1stGStudent Appeals ProcessProbation Program
Current Peer Mentors
2017-18 Academic Year
Ayla is a Psychology, Classical Studies, and Honors triple major. She began her undergraduate career at UND as a Psychology major but soon found that she was passionate about other subjects as well which led her to take on a second and third major. She will be working with students in the Go Global Academy and with the College in recruitment efforts.
"I am excited about being a Peer Mentor because it provides me with the opportunity to help my peers overcome and manage the various obstacles that come up in life and to empower them to achieve success at the university."
Sydney is a Communication major and a Psychology minor. Sydney started out as undeclared, and was also a transfer student. She will be working with the College in recruitment efforts as well as with our undeclared student group.
"I am excited about being a peer mentor because I want to help others find their own version of success while they are at UND. I have loved my time as a UND student, and I want to help others find their place here, and provide them with the tools that they may need to succeed."
Meghan is a Communication Sciences and Disorders major with minors in Psychology and Special Education. She will be working with our undeclared student groups as well as with the College in recruitment efforts.
"I am excited about being a peer mentor so I can help students reach their goals both at UND and after college in the “real world.” Mentoring will give me the opportunity to broaden my communication skills and I think that I can learn a lot from other students by sharing thoughts and ideas."
Marcie is a senior majoring in English and Philosophy. As a transfer student, she has a wide variety of experiences and advice to share with students, regardless of if they've been here one year or four. Marcie will be working with the Go Global Academy students as well as the assisting in College recruitment efforts.
"Simply put: college is hard; it wouldn't be worthwhile if it was easy. But as a peer mentor, I believe I can make the challenges that all students inevitably face a bit easier to tackle. Whether it be setting oneself up for academic success, preparing for future after graduation, or just getting involved on campus, I'm looking forward to help in any way I can."