Center for Academic Success & Records

Peer Academic Mentors

The Peer Academic Mentors (PAM) are upper-class students who work to provide academic counseling to those wishing to enhance their study skills as well as those who are in academic jeopardy. 

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 upperclassmen 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 

Kris Yanez
Senior (Lead Mentor)

Kinesiology Major



Kris is an officer for Kappa Alpha fraternity, works for Operation Achievement, is  IFC Vice President, and is a SIRA official.

Biology Major
Business Minor    





Nathan is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta and is a member of Finch Society.

 Aresha Davwa
 Economics Major
 Political Science Minor




Aresha is the president of SU Model United Nations Organization.


 Keara Hudler
 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.

 Myriam Ibarra
 Biology (Pre-Med) Major
 French Minor





Myriam is a member of the Student Health
Advisory Council, Latinos Unidos, AMIGAS,
Mask & Wig, and Finch Society. 

 Haylee Knight
 Political Science and History  Majors





Haylee is a member of the Southwestern
dive team, Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Xi Delta, and the Student Foundation.

 Sophia Anthony
 Studio Arts and Physics Majors




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



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