PLEASE NOTE: You cannot work over 40 hours per week on-campus.
- Must have taken Freshman Seminar
- 2.75 minimum GPA
- Obtain no lower than a B in FDN111
- Availability to co-teach the class on Tuesday
- Recommendation from Faculty and Peer Educator
- Attend designated class with instructor for the entire semester. (75 minutes per week)
- Help students with problems – report concerns to Academic Enhancement Office.
- Meet with your main professor each week to touch base on what to cover in the sessions.(time varies)
- Attend bi-weekly meetings with Freshman Seminar Coordinator and all peer educators. (1 hour)
- Co-teach freshman seminar
- Lead programs on various topics during the fall semester.
- Attend NEXUS events targeted for first year students
- Attend planning sessions with instructor
- Attend peer educator meetings throughout the semester with Freshman Seminar Coordinator
- Serve as a freshman orientation leader
- Lead class – Time Management, How to Prepare for Finals
- Participate in Outside of Class Activities—Opening Convocation, Ropes Course, Service Project & Community Building
- Read the selected novel and contribute during the book discussions
- Assist instructors with reading and evaluating assignments and journals
- Provide personal insight and experience within the small group setting as appropriate
- Assist students in class with their transition to college
- Serve as a liaison to your freshman seminar instructor, Dean for Academic Enhancement and Associate Director for Academic Enhancement
- Actively assist in retaining your students in your class
- Serve as a resource for your students
Each month, complete a time sheet and submit online (2nd working day of the month). You will complete time sheets for September, October, and November. You will be paid for (approximately) 2 hours per week, but not for orientation or training.
Supervisor: Jesse Farley
*Peer Educators cannot also hold positions in Residence Life