Center for Academic Success & Records

Peer Academic Mentors

The Peer Academic Mentors (PAMs) are upper-level students who work to provide academic counseling to those wishing to enhance their study skills as well as those who are struggling academically. 

What We Do

Mentors are a source of academic support for fellow students throughout their time at SU. We work with students to develop effective study skills and strategies on an individual basis, design and facilitate academic skills workshops, aid students in the registration process, introduce students to academic support services, and guide students through short- and long-term planning. 

Been there, done that:

The best thing about Peer Mentors is that we’re students just like you! As upper-level students we have experiences both in and out of the classroom that directly relate to whatever you are struggling with. We welcome your questions and concerns, and we will do everything we can to get you the help you need!

Who we are:

 Keara Hudler (Lead Mentor)
 Senior
 Environmental Studies Major
 Economics and Spanish Minors

 

 

Keara is the president of S.E.A.K. at SU, and is also a member of the Garden Club, EBONY, and SUPP.

FYS/AES Sections: Culture Shock!; Pop-Up Books; Unsilencing the Past; Getting Schooled; The Consumerist; Does Chocolate Have a Dark Side?; and Going to the Dogs

 Sophia Anthony
 
Junior
 Studio Arts and Physics Majors
 

 

 

Sophia is a member of Young Life and
Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society.

FYS Sections: Food, Health & 
French Culture; Running for Your Life!, Confucius Says: Moral Life; Fixing the Broken Mind; Political Ethics: An Oxymoron?; Oh, the Places You’ll Go!; and I Am the Scribe

 Hannah Freeman
 
Sophomore
 Mathematics Major                  Business and Computer Science  Minors

 

 

 

 

Hannah is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha, Mathematical Association of America, University Chorale, Young Life and Student Foundation. 


FYS Sections: Robots in Fact and Fiction; Tuning the Hemispheres; International Climate Fiction; Doing Good & Doing It Well; Taking a Walk in a Painting; and Pseudo-Medicine?

Molly McConnell
Sophomore
Anthropology and Sociology Majors

 

 

 

 

Molly is a member of the Alpha Delta Pi Zeta chapter, Progressive Student Alliance, and University Chorale and is a volunteer barista at Korouva Milk Bar.


FYS Sections: Virtual Worlds and Avatars; Inside Out; Understanding Race, Racism; Secret Lives of Metaphor; Ancient Skywalkers; and Wheels and Deals 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

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 Visit us!

The Center for Academic Success and Records is located on the first floor of the Prothro Center for Lifelong Learning.

 

Contact us:

supeermentors@
southwestern.edu