The Undergraduate History Peer Mentoring Program is a how-to group that focuses on the process of taking a history survey course (100 level courses).
WHAT WE OFFER
Here are some of the things you can learn in Peer Mentoring Program sessions:
- How to write a historical essay
- How to develop a thesis statement
- How to take notes and study efficiently
- How to manage time and study strategy
- How to prepare for an exam
- Peer Mentoring Program sessions are offered during the week. Students can receive help and feedback on coursework, build study skills, and devote time to exam preparation.
- Peer Mentor Study Groups: These special meetings are held near exams or essay due dates. These sessions focus on class material. These set up at a special date/time, and are mostly student-led. The peer mentors are simply there as guides.
- One-on-one Mentoring: If you can’t meet at our regularly scheduled time or prefer smaller meetings, please contact us. We can set up a separate, more convenient meeting to help you personally.