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Honors Program


Peer Mentoring Program


The Honors Peer Mentoring Program matches freshmen students with an upperclassmen honors students to guide their transition into Merrimack. 


The Program 

First-year honors student are assigned a peer mentor who is available to help ease their transition into the Honors community and Merrimack at large. Peer mentors are upperclassmen students who are selected by the Honors Program staff to be role models for new students. Peer mentors are available to help freshmen…

  • Get oriented to the Merrimack campus, by showing them around  and introducing them to various services available on campus.
  • By introducing them to the Honors Program and its requirements.
  • With any social or roommates issues or questions that may come up over the course of the year. 
  • Get involved with on-campus activities and become student leaders. 

2015-2016 Honors Peer Mentors


2015-2016 Peer Mentors have been selected!

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Every incoming Honors freshmen from the class of 2019 will be paired with an Honors mentor this summer. Mentors will meet with mentees in small groups and one-on-one throughout the school year. Mentors serve as a resource for incoming students by helping them with academics, getting to know the Honors Program, and their general transition to college. Incoming first-years will be allowed to pick their mentors from the following list of Peer Mentors. 

This program would not be possible without the help, guidance and oversight of our Lead Mentors Kate Culverhouse and Joe Fisher. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact them.