University of Vermont

Peer To Peer Advising Night Huge Success

Peer to peer night

Over thirty-five students attended the 3rd peer to peer advising night on November 9, offered by the UVM Computer Science Crew (CS Crew) in their Student Resource Center located in Votey 332.   The CS Crew was created to provide students with help with Computer Science (CS) homework, or for advice on computer-related issues. 

During the CS Crew ‘peer to peer advising night’ students learned about class offerings for the Spring 2012 semester and got to ask questions.  Some students stayed after the presentation for one-on-one advice.   Student feedback indicates the session was a big success:

"I met with an advisee who attended, and he came with a well thought out list of classes he wants to take,” said Jackie Horton, CS Lecturer.  “He spoke very highly of the event and of the CSCrew in general!"

This CS Crew works to connect undergraduate students with upperclassmen and grad students who provide help on a volunteer basis, and who work to foster relationships with the community.

For more information on the CS Crew visit: www.uvm.edu/~cscrew/.

For questions, contact: CS Crew (cscrew@uvm.edu)