Academic Peer Mentoring
Prepare for Success
Academic Peer Mentoring equips residential undergraduate Liberty University students to succeed in their college careers through encouraging, educational, and empowering relationships with trained and invested Peer Mentors.
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 ability to succeed academically at Liberty University and been trained to serve fellow students. Academic Peer Mentors do not provide tutoring, writing services, 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.
To be considered for employment as an Academic Peer Mentor, students must meet the following minimum qualifications:
- Be a currently enrolled residential student
- Have Junior/senior/graduate student status by credit in the upcoming semester
- Have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0
- Be available to work 15 hours/week
- Have a desire to equip peers to succeed academically at Liberty University
If you meet these criteria and would like more information about the application process, contact email@example.com.
For more information about Academic Peer Mentoring, contact program staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or (434) 582-2226. For general resources for Liberty University parents, contact the Parent and Family Connections Office.
DeMoss Hall, Room 1100