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Current Peer Mentors
2016-17 Academic Year
Zach is a Criminal Justice major. He is currently serving as a Resident Life Coordinator at University Place. He will be working with students in our probation program as well as our undeclared student group.
“I wanted to be a Peer Mentor because I wanted to help out my peers on campus reach the goal of finding a major. I also wanted to help my peers by providing the guidance and assistance they need in order to achieve the goal of hopefully deciding a major. I am excited to help others on campus and also to interact with other students on campus rather than the ones I see in class, in my residence hall, or in the organizations I am a part of.”
Mary is a Biology and Psychology double major with a minor in Chemistry. Mary has taken a wide variety of courses across the college and participates in our Pre-Med program as well. She will be working with our undeclared student group and with the College in recruitment efforts.
"Being a peer mentor will give me the opportunity to help others, share my knowledge about various subjects and courses, and illustrate the unique experiences that college offers. In addition, mentoring allows me to enhance my leadership skills and meet new people with whom I can learn from and share ideas with."
Erica is a Psychology major. Erica started at UND as an undeclared student searching for the “right” major and has taken a wide variety of courses across the college during this journey. She will be working students in our probation program as well as our undeclared student group.
“I am excited to help my peers in situations I have similarly experienced as a student and hope to provide guidance to those individuals struggling or in need of direction. I believe to reach your full potential is of utmost importance and students should strive to achieve that goal.”
Kyla is a History major and Anthropology minor. Kyla was a transfer student to UND and serves the community as a USAF Key Spouse (provides council for new military spouses and spouses of deployed service members). She will be working with students in our probation program and with the College in recruitment efforts.
“I’m excited about being a peer mentor because I want to help current and prospective students achieve their goals and give back to the UND community."