The Grand Canyon University Peer Mentor Team is committed to empowering GCU students to succeed inside and outside of the classroom.
The Peer Mentor Program aims to accomplish the following objectives:
Increase student grade point averages
Increase academic confidence and motivation
Increase campus involvement
Achieve a healthy balance between school, work and life
To meet your Peer Mentor team, click here.
Read the following information prior to scheduling a meeting with a Peer Mentor.
To Schedule Your Appointment
The Peer Mentor Program is currently available only to students who are selected for the program. Therefore, only students who have received an invitation to be a part of the Peer Mentor Program will have an opportunity to meet with a Peer Mentor on the main campus.
TutorTrac is the software program that is used for scheduling a Peer Mentor. For a video tutorial on how to schedule a meeting with a Peer Mentor through TutorTrac, click here.
To check your GCU email for confirmation of your appointment, go to https://login.microsoftonline.com and login using your student credentials.
All sessions are 30 minutes long and are scheduled for the Arizona Time Zone. Mentees may book up to two 30-minute sessions per every two weeks. In other words, you may book two back-to-back 30-minute sessions per every two weeks or one 30-minute session every week.
The Center for Learning and Advancement encourages students to make an appointment 3-7 days before every meeting.
What to Expect During Your Session
Peer Mentor Program Location: You will meet with your Peer mentor at the Center for Learning and Advancement (CLA). The CLA is located on the southeast end of campus in the Williams Building (building #35). Click here for a campus map. Please arrive at least five minutes before your scheduled appointment.
Please have your Student ID card available.
· In the event that a student wants to cancel a previously scheduled appointment, cancellations must be made up to four hours prior to the scheduled session.
Please contact your Academic Counselor for specific questions about your individual course or program.