Peer Mentor Program



The Peer Mentor Program is located in the College of Communications Advisement Center (AC). College Park - 420-15 serves as an invaluable resource that has information pertinent to all Communicative Disorders students. Information about prospective graduate schools across the United States, sample letters of intent, employment opportunities, and volunteer opportunities are a few examples of some of the many resources offered. Monday through Thursday volunteers are available to help anyone who may have questions or concerns regarding their major. Mentors have many useful study tips for specific courses and can also guide you through anything you may need help with. Visit our facebook PMC page and watch You Tube PMC video for more information.


Peer Mentor Services Offered to CD Students:

● Information on how to obtain undergraduate advisement
● Registration and other graduation related activities through Titan Online
● Providing students with helpful study tips and assist with study skills
● Provide tutoring for individual courses
● provide assistance with computer program/skills
● Provide information on NSSHLA events, activites, and local as well as national membership
● provide students with information about ASHA and it's website, journals, and other resources
● Provide information on upcoming ASHA and CSHA conferences
● Provide students with information on possible outside speech assistant/aide /volunteer and related work activites
● Help direct students to the appropriate websites for the EWP, CBEST, and GRE
● Provide tips for applying for grad school with access to:
       -Sample letters of intent from previous PMC grad student applicants
       -Online sources about grad school applications

*Only students who have had their initial undergraduate advisement can use the PMC.*

CSUF Communicative Disorders Peer Mentor Center
College Park, College of Communications Advisement Center, Room 420-15
Department of Human Communication Studies