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A peer mentor is an upper-level engineering student who lives in The Engineering Village @ The Commons (Aston and Mosher) and is available as a resource to help new engineering students through their first year of college. Peer mentors can help support you through the struggles of being away from home for the first time and direct you to campus resources as needed. They foster a sense of community within the residence hall by planning and encouraging participation in campus and in-hall activities.

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