See an IU Peer Mentor
Announcing a new IU Peer Mentor program open to all IUB undergraduates, in UD or any school!
Do you need help with…
Figuring out the IUB Academic Planning tools? Troubleshooting Registration and Drop/Add?
Brainstorming ways to get involved on campus? Connecting with resources for career preparation?
Just want to talk about your IUB experience?
IU Peer Mentors are undergraduates with special training through University Division Academic Advising. And they are Cox Exploratory Scholars, which means they are successful students skilled at managing their academics while being involved with campus activities and community service.
Stop by to…
Learn the technical aspects of navigating degree requirements and enrollment, including:
- the Advisement Report
- What-if Advisement Report
- iGPS plan
- Registration for next term
- Late eDrop and eAdd
Come Play with Us! Have you heard about the new iGPS Degree Maps and Schedule Builder? These tools are so new that no one at IU has been trained on them yet, so stop by and we can learn together!
Talk with an IU Peer Mentor about your ideas for your IUB Education to:
- Prepare for your academic advising appointment
- Prepare for career advising
- Prepare to visit an involvement advisor
Who are the IU Peer Mentors?
The IU Peer Mentors are Cox Exploratory Scholars; they were selected for this Scholarship based on their level and amount of work and service accomplished during HS, while maintaining a high GPA. At IUB, they continue to successfully manage their school and involvement activities. They are a mix of freshman-senior undergraduates in a variety of majors. When you talk with them your idea of what is possible for your IUB education will expand!
Check back here later for more details about each IU Peer Mentor.