About the CNR Undergraduate PAL Program
The Peer Advising Leadership (PAL) Program of CNR strives to offer personal viewpoints and experiences to current and prospective CNR students. These students are trained in understanding CNR and University requirements, policies, and procedures, and they help with CNR recruitment and enrichment programs. Their work is integral to the success of their fellow CNR undergraduates.
If you wish to contact a peer advisor, visit the Student Resource Center at 260 Mulford, or send an email.
Want to find out more about certain courses? Click here for a list of classes the PALs have taken!
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Interested in Becoming a CNR PAL?
Are you passionate about your major and CNR? Do you want to help students find their path and build community within CNR? If you replied yes, apply to become a peer advisor for CNR! It’s a great opportunity to work with staff advisors and learn about the different majors and departments. We are no longer looking for new peer advisors for the 201 7 -201 8 academic year! We will be opening up applications for the 2018-19 year in the Spring 2018 semester.
If you would like to hear more about the program, you can also stop by the PAL advising window during our office hours, email PALs at firstname.lastname@example.org or talk to your academic advisor for more information!
Check out our Student Ambassadors (SALs) too!
The newly established Student Ambassador Leader (SAL) program aims to raise awareness and knowledge of the programs that CNR offers in prospective and newly admitted students. Our goal is to offer peer advising to help students through the admission process and transition into the university and especially in the CNR community. In doing so we hope to guide these students to be at a place of their passions and where they will have the chance to succeed.
For more information, talk with current peer advisors during drop-in hours or email us at email@example.com.