- Kathy Caroll, Coordinator
Peer Mentoring - Study Hall sessions
What is a Peer Mentor?
A peer mentor is a successful RCC student who serves as a positive role model and resource person for first-year students at the College.
What is a Peer Mentee?
A peer mentee is an Academic Probation student who is assigned a peer mentor. Mentees are responsible for attending one study hall session per week for the entire semester.
How Peer Mentors help Mentees
A peer mentor not only conducts the study session but also:
- Connects mentees to campus resources
- Teaches mentees some key academic skills
Study sessions meet in the Student Development Center Resource Room (Technology Center, Room 8220)
Attendance at one study session per week is mandatory for students in this program. Space in each study session is limited and signup is on a first come–first serve basis.
By completing this program and improving their GPA, peer mentees will create new opportunities for themselves and become eligible for rewards built into the program.