The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) peer advisors are continuing CAS undergraduates who work primarily with first and second year undecided students. They are chosen from a select group of students and complete a rigorous interview and training process. Peer advisors help students pick classes and majors that suit their interests, provide information on academic policies and procedures, and make appropriate referrals to campus resources. They also provide advising based on their experiences as students at AU. Peer advisors hold walk-in and appointment hours.
In addition to their advising duties, peer advisors actively contribute to a blog, hold various on campus advising events, and assist in registration workshops. In the advising office, CAS peer advisors serve as an additional unit of academic support for all CAS undergraduates in the Academic Advising Office.
Our mission is to facilitate the college transition process to create academically successful undergraduate students in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Location: Battelle-Tompins 168