WHAT IS A PEER ADVISOR?
Peer Advisors are a team of AGCJ, AGSC, ALED, and USAL-LED majors who volunteer their time to assist students with course schedule planning and other related academic issues. The Peer Advisors are housed in AGLS 276 and work with students in the Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communications (ALEC). Peer Advisors visit with students and offer pointers for academic success. They work closely with the academic advisors in the department.
ALEC Peer Advisors mentor all students using quality and credible information
with a willing and positive attitude while upholding the Aggie Honor Code.
DUTIES & OBJECTIVES OF A PEER ADVISOR
As a Peer Advisor, you will have many duties, including:
- Assisting students with new class schedules
- Talking to potential ALEC department students
- Answering general questions regarding students’ degree plans
- Serving as a liaison between the students and the ALEC Department when needed
- Assisting ALEC academic advisors when needed
Peer Advising Objectives:
- Communicate the requirements to change a major to a degree program in ALEC.
- Communicate the requirements to transfer from another institution to a major in ALEC.
- Identify courses that will transfer to TAMU using the TCCNS
- Suggest courses to complete requirements on respective degree plan.
- Suggest agricultural elective courses.
- Direct/refer students to the right person when they have questions.
- Direct students to campus resources when they are having problems
ALEC Peer Advisors: