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Apply to be a Peer Advisor

From gentleman, scholar, and hallmate Adam Rashkoff ’13, who is strangely definitely not pictured in the image he sent in:

Are you passionate about planners? Nutty for note-taking? Do study strategies psych you up? (Sorry, I’ll stop.)

For real now, do you enjoy helping your peers succeed academically? Then consider applying to be a Peer Advisor!

Among other things, Peer Advisors
• Help new students plan their academic schedules and work with their advisors during Orientation week
• Act as a resource during course registration
• Participate in First Year Matters programming
• Direct students to Wesleyan’s full range of academic resources

Applications for both full year Peer Advisors and New Student Orientation Peer Advisors are currently being accepted from now through April 5. Questions? Email Dean Scott Backer (sbacker01@wes) or check out the Peer Advisor website.

Deadline: April 5, 2013
Contact: Scott Backer, sbacker01@wes

Notetaking Workshop on Tuesday

Struggling to figure out what to write down during class lectures? Having a hard time studying for tests because your notes aren’t as good as you would like them to be? Want to gain some useful skills?

Then learn how to take great notes and use them effectively for all of your classes at the note taking workshop!

  • What: Note Taking Workshop
  • When: Tuesday, Feb. 7, 8 – 9PM
  • Where: Usdan 110
  • Who’s invited: everyone
  • Who’s hosting: the Peer Advisors

Get to writing!