Peer Mentors

Upperclassmen who have successfully transitioned from GSP into their majors and who wish to help new students have the same experience may serve as Peer Mentors. both in and out of the classroom.  Some Peer Mentors meet with the students every week in their TLC Seminar and may also meet with students outside of class to show them around campus, explain a University process, or address a concern.  Other Peer Mentors work solely outside of the classroom setting and in addition to meet with students one-on-one will assist the GSP staff in creating and delivering social and educational programs.   All PMs are a valuable source of support, advice, and guidance.  They assist students with such things as learning how to use the degree audit system and how to select courses for registration. The Peer Mentors also offer valuable tips on such things as: managing time, balancing academic and social life, and navigating the NU and Boston communities.

Learn more about the GSP mentoring program at Peer Mentoring.