The Freshman Frontier Program is looking for engaging and enthusiastic students who are interested in spending six weeks with FFP students as peer counselors.
FFP is a six-week, residential summer-bridge program designed to provide academic support and community engagement for incoming, first-year students who want a jump-start on their college experience. The peer counselor is a paid, residential position from Tuesday, June 28, to Friday, Aug. 5.
Application packets can be requested by email or picked up in Coughlin 125 or Coughlin 145. Physical, printed applications are due by Friday, Feb. 12, at 4 p.m. and can be turned in at Coughlin Hall 125.
For any questions regarding the application or peer counselor role, contact Nyzuria Conner, graduate assistant in student educational services.