Academic Peer Mentors (APMs) live in the residence halls and apartments, and help other students succeed academically. The Academic Peer Mentor program is certified by the College Reading & Learning Association and extensively trains its mentors who offer a variety of academic support services. APMs offer guidance through academic programs and events including:
Academic Check-Ups – Academic Check-Ups are regular meetings between a resident and an APM where a student receives academic coaching. Let an APM help you stay on track academically to meet your goals in a course or for your major. Register today!
Office Hours – APMs are available online through eCampus and/or in-person in the Community Learning Centers on campus to discuss general academic issues with residents. No appointment or scheduling necessary. Questions? Call 979.845.5466.
eCampus: Academics in Residence – All on campus students have access to the “Academics in Residence” eCampus organization at ecampus.tamu.edu. This portal contains a programming schedule, glossary of academics terms, online chat sessions with APMs, online study assessments, and more!
Peer Panels – Peer Panels are events where upperclassmen and/or faculty and staff discuss an academic topic. Its an opportunity to share your academic story. Past panels have focused on study abroad, test preparation, overcoming academic probation and more.
Request a Program – The APMs are available to co-program, offer a program in their curriculum or design a program to meet your needs. Please submit a program request and a representative will be in touch.