Peer Advisors in Residence (PAIR)
Meet the Peer Advisors in Residence (PAIR)
The Peer Advisor in Residence (PAIR) program provides valuable services for all COPP undergraduate students. It is the source of student-to-student academic counseling based not only on academic, but also personal experiences of COPP students.
Amber Shafor - Amber.Shafor@asu.edu - School of Social Work
Hi, my name is Amber. I am currently a junior at ASU, and I am pursing my degree in Social Work. I transferred to ASU last spring and I absolutely love the downtown campus! I am a full time student and I also volunteer at a visitation center for foster children. I have lived in Phoenix for three years with my boyfriend and our three dogs. Before I moved to Phoenix, I lived in Lake Havasu. I have also lived in Flagstaff, Atlanta and California.
Arynn Infante - email@example.com - School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
I am currently a senior in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Joint BS/MA program. I am the President of ASU's chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma, the National Criminal Justice Honor Society, a Peer Advisor for the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice as well as a student worker for the department. I really enjoy working, supporting, and encouraging the students to excel both academically and professionally within the field. I love my school and I am here to help!
PAIRs are typically juniors and seniors who are trained in academic processes and requirements before beginning work as peer advisors.
- We offer accurate advice regarding academic rules, regulations, and procedures and know to ask an expert when we are not certain of an answer.
- We often have greater insight into specific courses, and we have been trained to offer advice in a constructive, meaningful way that will be well-received by our peers.
- We significantly increase advising availability and accessibility for new and returning students at regular and extended hours throughout the year.
- We offer a unique student perspective