Peer Mentor Program

The Peer Mentoring program matches first-year students during the Fall semester with trained upper-class students, to help guide students through their Brockport career.

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Second Year Peer Mentor group photo

Peer Mentors are representatives of The College at Brockport who collaborate with the Second Year Experience Coordinator to support first-year students with their transition from high school to college through participation in the GEP 100: Academic Planning Seminar (APS) course.

Peer Mentors play a vital role in mentoring, communicating and serving as a resource to incoming students, through their role in the classroom, welcome week and additional programs throughout the semester.

New Peer Mentors earn two credits for their participation in the program and successfully completing GEP 398. 

Read the Peer Mentor Job Description


Peer Mentor Application

Interested in becoming a NEW Peer Mentor? Applications are due March 1 at 5 pm for Fall 2020 Peer Mentors. Please complete the Fall 2020 New Peer Mentor Application for consideration. 


Peer Mentor Coordinators

Peer Mentor Coordinators are student leaders who work alongside the SYE Coordinator, serve as a mentor and point of contact for the Peer Mentors Program.

These individuals have served in the role of Peer Mentor in the past and are looking to advance their leadership role in the program. Peer Mentor Coordinators also work on advancing the Second Year Experience program at Brockport.


Second Year Student Committee

The Second Year Student Committee is made up of current second, third and fourth year students interested in making a positive impact on this population. The committee plays a vital role in understanding the needs of second years as well as implementing a variety of ideas to engage and support second year students. If you want to make an impact and affect change, contact hdifino@brockport.edu to learn more about the various roles and opportunities within the committee.

Last Updated 7/1/20

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