Academic Help in the Halls
Academic Peer Mentor (APM)
What is an APM?
An undergraduate student that lives in the residence hall and is trained to be a resource for students with academic concerns.
Why would I need an APM?
- For assistance with registration
- To gain study and time management skills
- To learn how to approach a faculty member
- to know important dates and deadlines
Who is my APM?
Goals of the APM Program
- To be a resource and referral agent in a residence hall for concerns related to curriculum, academic policies and procedures, and career planning.
- To facilitate on-going academic assistance programs, especially in the area of study skills, time management, test taking skills and stress management.
- To help foster an academic environment in the residence halls that integrates the co-curricular with the academic.
Upcoming Programs (coming soon)
Applicants must be of sophomore standing at the time of employment or have been a student for at least one semester if a transfer student. Applicants must not have a current judicial probationary status in order to apply. A cumulative GPA of at least 2.75 is required and must be maintained throughout the term of employment. Applicants must not have a current judicial probationary status in order to apply. Please check the employment page for more information.