Peer Mentor Program


The Peer Mentor Program is located in the College of Communications Advisement Center (AC). College Park - 425 serves as an invaluable resource that has information pertinent to all Communicative Disorders students. Information about prospective graduate schools across the United States, sample letters of intent, employment opportunities, and volunteer opportunities are a few examples of some of the many resources offered. Monday through Thursday volunteers are available to help anyone who may have questions or concerns regarding their major. Mentors have many useful study tips for specific courses and can also guide you through anything you may need help with. View an informative podcast on the AC website:

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Student's Experience

As the coordinator for the Peer Mentor Center, I hope to effectively provide any assistance to Communicative Disorders students. With the help of faculty advisors and mentors, the peer center is designed to inform students of the available resources about this major. The volunteer mentors are knowledgeable and enthusiastic to answer any questions regarding Communicative Disorder. As a coordinator, my goal is to keep the peer center organize and up to date about current Speech and Language Pathology related matters. I will continue to present more valuable information and I am honored to promote this center as the essence of Communicative Disorder major.

— Kathy Tran , Peer Mentor Coordinator