Seek Advice from the Peer Advisors, or Be One

If you’re stressing out about the direction of your academic career, or just have some questions which need clarifying, try seeing a Peer Advisor:

Worried about Major Declaration? Talk to a Peer Advisor!

Stop pestering your roommates about whether or not you should double major and come see us. Seriously, we want to talk about it.

As always, the SARN Peer Advisors are available to fellow students to chat about campus life, resources, and academics to help you get the most out of your time at Wesleyan. We can help you navigate the new electronic major declaration system, make your studying more organized and efficient, and help second semester freshmen decide whether applying to the College of Letters or College of Social Studies is a good fit for them. [Among a lot of other neat-o and seriously useful topics. Like time management. We love talking about time management.]

So come visit or contact us and spend less time fretting.

Drop-In Hours and Locations

Email: sarnadvisors@wes
– Peer Advisors

Also, you might be interested in applying to be a Peer Advisor for next year:

Procrastination! Confusion! Indecision! Can you help students to navigate academic life at Wesleyan?

The Deans’ Office is looking for talented and motivated students to become SARN Peer Advisors for the 2009-2010 academic year. SARN Peer Advisors are rising juniors and seniors who work throughout the academic year to support Wesleyan’s faculty advising program and enhance student access to academic resources through the Student Academic Resource Network (SARN). Peer Advisors will receive training, give peer advice and hold sessions for groups of students regarding time management, study and exam preparation strategies. This may or may not be a paid position.

To learn more and/or apply, visit the website. Application deadline for all materials is Friday, March 6, 2009. Questions? E-mail Dean Lazare (slazare@wes) or sarnadvisors@wes

2 thoughts on “Seek Advice from the Peer Advisors, or Be One

  1. Your career advice guide

    Correct. Peers would be in a better position to understand your concerns. As such, their advice can prove to be really helpful.

  2. Your career advice guide

    Correct. Peers would be in a better position to understand your concerns. As such, their advice can prove to be really helpful.

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