Associate Director of Mentoring
and Student Success
Room 105 (The Den, in the Library/Info Commons)
A Guttman Peer Mentor is:
The Peer Mentoring Program is an integral component of the academic and co-curricular student experience at Guttman Community College. All Peer Mentors help ease the transition from high school to college, and coach students through their continued educational career while at Guttman. Reporting to the Director and Associate Director of Mentoring & Student Success, Peer Mentors are visible, active, and invested in the development of an inclusive, academically-focused community.
Peer Mentors can be found throughout campus, from the Admissions Office to the Information Commons. Their primary responsibilities include giving tours of the College, responding to student questions, and providing focused academic support. Peer Mentors are active participants in the Summer Bridge Program and first-year learning communities, and they plan and facilitate social and educational programs for the entire campus community.
There are four types of Peer Mentors:
Admissions & Access Peer Mentor
First Year Experience (FYE) Peer Mentor
Meet-Up Peer Mentor
After successfully completing their first academic year, students have the opportunity to apply for a Peer Mentor position. To learn more about the program, please visit the Den (105 in the Info Commons) or email email@example.com. You can also learn more about the program in this video.
How to Attend a Virtual Meet-Up Session: