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Meet this Year’s Peer Mentors!

Peer mentors are upper class students within your major who are a resource for you to ask questions about your program, the Department, and the University. They also help to organize social and informational events for students.

Located within academic units, CSSH Peer Mentors are upperclass students who work with incoming students within their majors. Each program/department’s peer mentoring program looks a bit different, but the goals for each of them are the same:

  1. Helping first-year students and transfer students feel connected to their programs/departments
  2. Providing peer support during a student’s first and second semester on campus
  3. Easing new students’ transition to college/Northeastern life through peer guidance
  4. Introducing and helping new students navigate opportunities on campus and in Boston
  5. Building a CSSH community that spans across class levels (from first years to seniors)
  6. Providing examples of curricular, extracurricular, and experiential learning pathways by sharing stories of lived experiences

For more information on the peer mentor program and on how to become a peer mentor click here.

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