The Peer Advisor Program helps support student success at New Paltz. Peer Advisors help build academic skills, identify effective study strategies, navigate academic policy, and utilize campus resources.
Peer Advising: When and Where You Need It
In order to support you in the best way possible, Peer Advisors are available to meet for drop-in visits or for scheduled appointments.
For quick questions, Peer Advisors are available for drop-in visits in Wooster Hall and in Residence Halls (Awosting, Gage, Mohonk, Scudder, and Bouton). Peer Advisors are also available to meet one-on-one, by appointment at the Center for Student Success.
What can a Peer Advisor help with?
Peer advisors understand that there are many factors that contribute to your success. By building your academic skills, assisting in academic planning, and helping navigate policies and procedures, Peer Advisors help support the whole student in defining and achieving their academic goals.
Here are some ways Peer Advisors can help:
- Time Management
- SMART Goals
- Study Strategies
- Campus Resources
- Note-Taking Strategies
- Test-Taking Strategies
Advising and Registration
- Preparing for Advising Meetings
- Reading and Utilizing your Progress Report
- Using Starfish
- Navigating my.newpaltz.edu