the PALS Program
The PALS Peer Mentoring Program is
a program designed to help First Time CSLA Freshmen
The PALS Program pairs first
time Freshmen students with peer mentors (Juniors, Seniors, or Graduate
students). PALS mentors guide Freshmen mentees during their first
year of college. Mentors provide one-on-one mentoring and are available
to answer any questions students may have regarding university policy and
procedure, General Education courses, major courses, and much more...
The PALS Program also offers many informative
workshops on topics such as Study Skills (a workshop that teaches
proper study habits, note taking, test taking, and more),
How to Get
Money for College (a workshop on how to fund to your college tuition),
Skills (a workshop aimed at helping students write and proofread term
papers), and many others.
In addition to the many workshops offered
throughout the year, the PALS Program also hosts several social events.
These events bring mentors and mentees together and help to build lasting
friendships. Some of our annual events include:
The Kick-Off BBQ,
Halloween Party, and the Annual End of the Year Celebration