Students helping students
The CLC’s Peer Educator Program (PEP) provides students with the opportunity to improve leadership, gain interpersonal communication skills, increase peer education and content knowledge, and develop confidence.
Peer Educators play a vital role in helping their peers achieve academic, personal, and professional success at Unity College. If you are interested in participating in PEP, contact a professional staff member at the CLC, tell a faculty member, or tell a current Peer Educator.
PEP Tutors are trained peer educators available to help students with their coursework as well as assist students with all stages of writing, studying for tests, understanding complex concepts, and developing improved study skills.
PEP Mentors serve as a resource for all Unity College students. Mentors work in tandem with professional Academic Mentors to enhance success at Unity College. Peer Mentors check in with their mentees regularly and contribute to the student experience by providing emotional support, academic guidance and referrals to appropriate campus resources.
PEP Embedded Tutors
Embedded Tutors are assigned to a specific course and work closely with the course instructor to offer academic support to students enrolled in that course. This is a great opportunity for students who want to become secondary education teachers.