Academic Help in the Halls
Academic Peer Mentor (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 for students.
- 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.
- To celebrate academic success of individual residents and floor communities.
- To serve as role models, resources, and guide students to be engaged, successful and contributng citizens at SUNY Cortland.
Who is my APM?
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.