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For Matriculated SU Students

Team up with InclusiveU!

Peer2Peer is an amazing way for students from all areas of campus to make new friends and share the Syracuse University experience.

Through Peer2Peer, matriculated students are paired with non-matriculated InclusiveU students to spend time together on campus socializing, grabbing coffee, working out, and participating in campus activities.

Learn More about Peer2Peer

 

Becoming a Campus Mentor is a way to work directly with students in the InclusiveU program to enhance their college experience. Campus Mentor is a paid position. As a mentor, there are a variety of ways you may support an InclusiveU student including:

  • attending classes and lectures
  • studying and homework help
  • joining clubs and organizations
  • various other social events, such as Syracuse sports games, and “Orange After Dark” activities.

Residential Mentors are roommates or neighbors of InclusiveU students, and live in university residential halls throughout campus. Duties of a Residential Mentor include engaging the InclusiveU student socially, such as accompanying the resident to activities on campus and making connections in the residence halls.

A Residential Mentor is also responsible for assisting the InclusiveU student in maintaining a safe and healthy living environment, and helping the student adjust to living independently. Residential Mentors receive their room paid in full. The position is for the entire academic year.

Contact Sam Roux about Mentoring Opportunities

“New ideas, experiences and talents are shared, but those are only the few joys of a partnership; a unique bond is formed. The opportunity to connect with other students is the most important vision of Peer2Peer.”

– Jared Khan-Bagley, Peer2Peer 

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“Through my experience with InclusiveU, I have made incredibly strong friendships and have had experiences that I otherwise wouldn’t have had during my time at Syracuse.”

– Rexana Vachereau, Campus Mentor