We are looking for motivated and committed undergraduate students who wish to make a positive and significant impact on the lives of Rutgers students. Our current peer mentors say that the peer mentor experience has provided a hands-on opportunity to demonstrate the ability to build community, act as a campus resource, make connections with faculty and staff, and positively contribute to the success of their peers.

Whether it is assisting a student in identifying clubs that meet their needs, giving personal advice, keeping them company while watching a movie, or outlining the do’s and dont’s of Expos, our peer mentors act as a vital component of our Living-Learning Program. We hope that you will consider making a difference at Rutgers by becoming a Living-Learning Community Peer Mentor.

Consider applying to be a mentor for the 2018-2019 academic year. Applications are due January 2, 2018 at 11:59pm.

Benefits

  • Assist students in connecting to members of the university community
  • Allows you to meet new people
  • Share experiences and offer support to LLC members
  • Develop relationship with faculty members in your area of interest
  • An opportunity to work closely with other students and other Rutgers University departments
  • Helps you gain an appreciation for diversity
  • Learn more about campus resources
  • Great resume builder!

For more information, please contact:

Ariel Leget

Assistant Director, Living-Learning Communities and Academic Initiatives

E-mail: rulc@echo.rutgers.edu   Phone: 848-932-4371