All freshmen—whether living in one of our residential communities, commuting to campus, or enrolled in our online programs—are assigned a peer mentor who provides referrals to academic resources across campus, hosts events to ensure new students feel connected to the Fulton Schools, and guides freshmen through the transition to ASU.
Learn about all our Peer Mentors
Residential peer mentors are upper-division Fulton students who live and work in the Fulton Schools Residential Community and the Barrett Complex. You can help freshmen by serving as a resource for academic and social success.
Off-campus peer mentors help build a Fulton Schools identity and connection with freshmen who don’t live on campus. They share knowledge about Fulton Engineering resources, services and events and serve as a friendly person who students can recognize as a mentor and leader.
Off-campus Peer Mentors are upper-division Fulton students that help build a Fulton Schools identity and connection with freshmen who don’t live on campus. They share knowledge about Fulton Engineering resources, services and events and serve as a friendly person who students can recognize as a mentor and leader.
Online Peer Mentors are upper-division Fulton students that outreach to online students and plan engaging opportunities to connect students with the larger Fulton and ASU community. These events are designed to keep online students engaged and connected to ASU and Fulton Schools resources.
Academically successful undergraduate are selected to lead students through concept review, study strategies, example problems and small group work. To enhance experience and lesson plans, Leaders work with faculty and attend class and recitation with students to create a cohesive experience.
Be a Peer Mentor
You may apply to be a Peer Mentor! Applications are accepted at various times throughout the year, but are closed at this time. Keep an eye on the Inner Circle to see when applications are being accepted.