Student Peer Mentors
During your appointment with the Student Peer Mentor you can discuss:
- Admissions and the process of getting admitted as a new student or returning student to the university.
- Registration and help setting up a class schedule.
- Financial resources to fund your education including scholarships and tuition waivers.
- Personal challenges with juggling school, work, and family life.
- Online classes, Canvas help, and other online resources to support your learning.
- Campus resources to meet your needs like childcare, food resources, and money management.
Although many students share their challenges in life with our staff, it is important to note if you have a mental health concern or crisis, please contact the Counseling and Psychological Services Center.
Please Note: It is also important to know that we are non-confidential. As such, we are required to report all disclosures of sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, child abuse, elder abuse, abuse against people with disabilities and instances of discrimination or harassment. For more information on campus reporting requirements and a list of confidential resources on campus, please visit the Safe@Weber.