Exploratory Studies Peer Mentors
The Exploratory Peer Mentors is a select group of students who are dedicated to serving as a positive role model and a resource for first-year students in the Exploratory Studies major at Purdue. The group is comprised of current and former students who wish to share their experiences of what it is like to be a beginning student without a major. They help support the students’ adjustment to Purdue University, academically, socially, professionally, and personally.
2014 - 2015 Peer Mentors
|Jamie Adair||Jake Alden||Farhat Alucozai|
|Alexa Antrim||Alyssa Arnson||Bethany Azbell|
|Jazzlyn Baines||Alexander Bolten||Eric Bond|
|Aaron Cambell||Nicole DeMarco||Mary Lynn Dennis|
|Jennifer Hwang||Amy Kierna||Rachel Kuhn|
|Jasmine Miles||Kristen Olsen||Jayna Osborne|
|Austin Pittsley||Emily Rames||Ashtin Readon|
|Chelsea Rose||Danielle Schwalm||Zoanne Smith|
|Zijing Tang||Marissa Ulie||Paige Wheeler|
Become An Exploratory Studies Peer Mentor
Exploratory Studies Peer Mentors are selected through an application/interview process conducted each spring semester. Application deadline is Wednesday, April 8, 2015.
- Exploratory Studies Peer Mentor Application (Word) - 2015 application
- Exploratory Studies Peer Mentor Application (PDF) - 2015 application