College of Humanities Peer Mentors

Peer mentors are here to help new students transition to the University of Arizona as well as assisting all COH students with finding their Academic Advisor’s office, navigating campus resources and expectations, and connecting them with the right people to succeed. Peer mentors are role models who can help students get more involved on campus and also serve as a resource for any challenges they encounter.

Meet our Current Peer Mentors!


Peer Mentor
(520) 621-6543

Amalie is currently a junior majoring in Biochemistry and Spanish with an emphasis in translation and interpretation and minors in statistics and data science and emergency medical services. After graduation she plans to work as a first responder before applying to medical school. She's originally from Norway but has lived in Tucson for almost 15 years now.


Peer Mentor
(520) 621-6543

Harper is currently a junior here at the University of Arizona, majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies with an Emphasis in Human Understanding and Social Behavior. She is also pursuing minors in Spanish and Gender and Women's Studies. In addition to being a Peer Mentor, she also works as a tutor at the Writing Center here on campus. In her free time she can be found spending time with her friends, enjoying the outdoor spaces on campus, or discovering new coffee shops.


Peer Mentor
(520) 621-6543

Peyton is an Applied Humanities, Business Administration major with a minor in Psychology. Her favorite part about being a Peer Mentor is being in the classroom and connecting with students. She loves getting to see every student succeed and loves being a small part of their journey. In her free time, she loves to read and hang out with her friends. She hopes to one day work in the Human Resources field and can’t wait to continue to gain new experiences during her time here in the College of Humanities.


What do Peer Mentors do?

Peer Mentors meet with students to help them with a variety of matters as well as assist with college-related events, including:

  • Transition to UArizona
  • Humanities Café
  • Destination Arizona
  • Registration Outreach

Want to meet with a Peer Mentor?

Our peer mentors look forward to helping you! 

Spring 2024 Schedule:

  • Monday: 2:00 - 3:00pm
  • Tuesday: 8:30am - 10:30am
  • Wednesday: 11:00am - 12:00pm and 2:00pm - 3:00pm
  • Friday: 12:30pm - 2:00pm

Please email with your availability to schedule an appointment or with any questions.

Interested in becoming a peer mentor?

Being a peer mentor is an excellent opportunity to build connections with the University community, including faculty, staff, and students. As a mentor, you will gain valuable interpersonal skills, deepen your understanding of the University, and acquire transferable skills that can be applied in various settings. Additionally, your interactions with incoming students will have a meaningful impact on their university experience. Furthermore, serving as a peer mentor also offers the opportunity to earn internship credit.

Application Info:

The application to become a peer mentor for the 2024-2025 has closed. Please check back in early spring of 2025 for the application for the next academic year.

If you have any questions about the program, please email Caitlin Bryan at or Aimée Chávez at