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Academic Peer Mentoring

An Academic Peer Mentor meets with a student.

Prepare for Success

Academic Peer Mentoring helps Liberty University residential undergraduate students build essential skills for college success. Connect with a trained peer for support and encouragement in your academic journey.

Through a series of at least three one-on-one meetings per semester, an Academic Peer Mentor can help you in the following areas:

  • Setting customized and achievable goals
  • Time management and organization
  • College reading, study, and test-taking skills
  • Coping with procrastination and stress
  • Connecting with resources around campus
  • Building positive habits for university life

Each Peer Mentor is a junior, senior, or graduate student who has proven his or her ability to succeed academically at Liberty University and is trained to serve fellow students. Academic Peer Mentors do not provide tutoring, writing coaching, academic advising, career guidance, or counseling.

Meet with an Academic Peer Mentor

If you would like to meet with an Academic Peer Mentor, follow the instructions below to schedule an appointment.

New Students

If you are new to Academic Peer Mentoring, we’d like to connect you with the right Peer Mentor!

  • Academic Peer Mentoring orientation will be available starting Aug. 19, 2019. 
  • Registration will open in early August.

Schedule Peer Mentoring Orientation

Returning Students

If you already know who your Peer Mentor is, you are welcome to request a meeting.

  • Academic Peer Mentoring meetings will be available starting Aug. 26, 2019. 
  • You can begin requesting meetings on Aug. 19, 2019.

Request Peer Mentoring Meeting

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Kerry DiGiacomo

Kerry DiGiacomo

Program Coordinator of Academic Peer Mentoring
DeMoss Hall, Room 1100