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Peer Success Leaders

Peer Success Leaders are highly motivated and capable students who are ready to assist their peers through the challenges that come with the different stages of your college career. Whether it is navigating the academic and social challenges of college or pursuing leadership and involvement opportunities on campus, PSLs will collaborate with you to build a strong foundation and success plan for your time at Tulane. Working with a PSL will provide students with the opportunity to connect with someone who understands what they are going through first-hand.

PSLs are available to meet with their peers via Zoom. To schedule a meeting with a PSL, use the button below. If you’d like to schedule with a specific PSL, click on the Meet the PSLs button.

Schedule with a PSL Meet the PSLs PSL Workshops

 

Policies & Procedures

Booking a PSL

Students can schedule with a PSL at any point during their academic career at Tulane. To make an appointment, students should either book an appointment on Calendly. After making the appointment, the PSL you schedule with will contact you directly using their Tulane email to set up a meeting place. Unlike success coaches, PSLs have weekend availability and can meet students at different campus locations.

What PSLs Cover

A PSL is trained to cover the same topics as a success coach such as:

  • Identifying obstacles to success and facilitate behavioral and mindset changes to overcome these barriers
  • Goal setting
  • Interacting with professors
  • Motivation
  • Note-taking skills
  • Organization
  • Study skills
  • Technology use
  • Test-taking strategies
  • Time management
  • Utilizing campus resources.
Request a PSL Workshop

Peer Success Leaders are available for workshops throughout the semester. Use the PSL Workshop Request form below to submit your request. Please submit your request at least three (3) weeks prior to the speaking engagement.

Topics covered include time management, goal setting, study skills, exam prep, test taking strategies, interacting with professors, Zoom etiquette, organization, and self-care.

Request a PSL Workshop

Becoming a PSL

This is a paid job opportunity for students to build leadership skills and develop relationships with peers, faculty and staff. Applications are opened and accepted during the spring semester with a comprehensive training schedule to follow. acceptance in to the program. Learn more about this opportunity on the Student Success Student Leadership webpage.

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