Peer Leadership Programs at York University

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Below you will find the list of current peer mentor programs.

Aboriginal Sharing Circle (ASC)

Description:
The Centre for Aboriginal Student Services (CASS) contributes in nourishing a diverse and inclusive Aboriginal community within the broader York University community. We provide a community space that offers culturally appropriate support services and programs with the desire of empowering Aboriginal students with a sense of belonging that further enables their success throughout their post-secondary studies.
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Bachelor in Environmental Studies (BES) Peer Mentorship Program

Description:
- TBA
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Club Peer Mentoring

Description:
The Club Peer Mentor team is a collection of students who support student clubs to help them achieve their goals. Whether it's to raise money for a charity, win a championship, or just bring students together to have a good time, we act as a resource for everyone who knows university is more than just attending class; it's about getting involved! So, if a club needs information about how to find funding, promote themselves, book space on campus or anything else, we're hear to help.
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COACH Program

Description:
Come On And Come home (COACH) is designed to assist LA&PS students who are returning to their studies after an absence of one or more years. Through the COACH Program, reactivated students are able to access support for a successful return to their studies.
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Diversity Peer Education Team (DPET)

Description:
The Diversity Peer Education Team (DPET) is a volunteer based team run by York University's Centre for Human Rights. Students have the opportunity to engage critically with a wide variety of human rights, social justice, and diversity related topics, trainings, and events. The main focus of DPET is to help organize and implement human rights related events and trainings.
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Lion's Den/ Salon coeur de Lion - Glendon Campus

Description:
When in doubt about academic & student life or when you’re looking for something more outside of class, come see us and we’ll connect you to the best of what Glendon has to offer.
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McLaughlin Academic Life Line (M.A.L.L)

Description:
The McLaughlin Academic Life Line is staffed by students for students under the direction of the College Academic Advisor. The purpose of the M.A.L.L. is to provide you with the information you need to succeed as a student at York.
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New College Peer Mentorship Program

Description:
The New College Peer Mentorship Program is here to help every first year student! Every new student belonging to New College is automatically enrolled in this program and paired with a Peer Mentor usually in the same program of study.
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Peer Support Team (PST)

Description:
The Peer Support Team (PST) is an important part of the Office of Student Conflict Resolution (OSCR) and PST members offer advice and support to students involved in the disciplinary process. Assist students with resolve conflicts less formally through alternative dispute resolution processes. Promote and encourage a peace-building culture on campus while educating the students about the Code of Student Rights & Responsibilities (CSRR) and conflict resolution resources offered at York.
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Peer Health Education Team

Description:
Our Peer Health Education Team, in collaboration with professional Health Educators, provides students with opportunities to practice and incorporate health strategies that can be used to support academic as well as social experiences at York from orientation until graduation and beyond.
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Student Ombuds Services (SOS)

Description:
The Student Ombuds Services (SOS) is an academic student organization in Bethune College that provides peer academic support services to York students. The SOS particularly caters for the special needs of first year students coming out of high school who need guidance in getting to know the university from an academic point of view.
SOS Programs:
Peer-Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) - Informal, structured, facilitated study groups
Peer Tutoring - Free one-on-one drop-in tutoring
Peer Advising - Peer-based service that provides information about university resources
Peer Mentoring - Successful upper-year students guide first-year incoming students
Class Representatives - Fellow students who liaise between the class and the professor
For more information, please CLICK HERE

Student Success Programs at Stong and Calumet

Description:
Aim to support student success through a variety of programs designed for students throughout their university career.
Programs at Stong
Programs at Calumet

York University - TD Community Engagement Centre

Description:
The York University – TD Community Engagement Centre is a York University satellite office in the Yorkgate Mall at Jane and Finch. Our mandate is to build and strengthen relationships between York University and the Jane-Finch neighbourhood and broader Black Creek area.
Program: Jane-Finch Network of First Year Students 

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