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A Peer Mentor is a UW-W student leader who serves as a resource to new students during their first semester at UW-W.  Peer Mentors lead a group of new students through Club U-Dub Dub, our two-day fall orientation program, and assist an instructor with the facilitation of a New Student Seminar section.  Throughout the fall semester, Peer Mentors remain in contact with new students to answer questions and to coordinate fun activities.  If you're a freshman at UW-W, you've got a Peer Mentor!

2015 Mentor Staff

Photo by Craig Schreiner

Want to be a Peer Mentor?

APPLY NOW! To be considered for the position, applicants must complete the following by Noon on Wednesday, February 10, 2016:

Step 1: Review the position description for complete details about the position and the selection process.
Step 2: Complete the online application.
Step 3: Have two personal reference forms submitted on your behalf. At least one reference must be a UW-W faculty or professional staff member. (Student staff such as former Peer Mentors or RAs do not suffice for this requirement.)

Questions?  Contact Marie Hornickel, Coordinator of Mentor Programs
262.472.1939 or