Our Power of the Peers Network
Would you be interested in joining a peer group? Learn more about each peer group below to find your interest!
Reduce the stigma surrounding mental health issues by increasing awareness, coordinating interactive events, and providing mental health/wellness resources and support.
Help transfer students in the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences to avoid transfer shock and successfully transition from community college to UCR.
Chicano Link Mentor Program
Each link makes us stronger; mentor Chicano/Latino students by promoting academic, cultural, and social success.
Provide education and resources on sexual health, alcohol and other substances.
Graduate Mentorship Program
Help fellow graduate students find campus resources, support for academic success, and research opportunities.
Help students discover international opportunities to study, intern, volunteer, and work abroad.
International Peer Assistants (IPA)
Help international students as they make connections at UCR and in the United States.
Military Connected Peer Mentors
Assist student veterans, service members, and military family members through deployment cycles and transitions, guide VA and DOD programs, educate the campus about veteran issues, and enhance veteran support and outreach programs.
Help students with learning COVID & Flu prevention strategies, Physical Fitness, and Nutrition programming
Residence Life: Peer Review Board (PRB)
Make a difference by adjudicating housing conduct cases and educating residents about personal responsibility and ethical decision-making.
Student Disability Union Advocates
Raise awareness and educate the community about students and services for students with disabilities.
Student Life's First Year Mentors
Help first-year students transition to university life, feel at home, and get involved academically and socially.
Mentor first generation students through academic, social, personal, and career advising and support.