Lead Peer Advisors
Alexa Herrera Condry
Majoring in Studio Art with a minor in Computer Science
Involved in Black Student Union, Alianza Latinx and Davis Center Information Desk Staff
Advice: Early is on time, on time is late, and late is unacceptable!
Majoring in Human Development and Family Studies with minors in Special Education and Psychological Science
Involved in The Dewey Collective, Think College, and was a co-organizer for March for Our Lives(2018): Vermont
Advice: Don't compare your own progress in academics and developing social life to that of others. Everyone finds their places and interests at their own pace, and comparing yourself only brings you down.
Majoring in Biochemistry with a minor in Anthropology
Involved in Biochemical Society and interns in the Genomics Lab
Advice: Don't be intimidated by your professors!
Majoring in Community and International Development with a minor in French
Involved in Tutoring Center, Spanish Tertulia, Dewey/Leadership House, Undergraduate TA for CDAE, Soccer
Advice: Challenging yourself and trying new things is the best way to grow as a student at UVM.
Majoring in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing
Involved in Ski and Snowboard Club, Freestyle Ski Team, Marketing Club
Advice: Know that you have to advocate for yourself when you need help because every resource is there you just have to be willing to go to it and ask for help.
Majoring in Data Science with minors in Philosophy and Writing
Involved in The Water Tower and as an Undergraduate Computer Science TA
Advice: Follow your interests to their fullest extent.
Majoring in Psychological Science with a minor in Neuroscience
Involved in Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, Synchronized Figure Skating Team, Peace Corps Preparatory Program, Psychology Club, WE
Advice: Make your mental health a priority. You're in a new environment away from home, surrounded by new people, and challenging yourself academically, it's easy to let those things take over your life, but you have to remember that it is important to take care of yourself, too.
Majoring in Mathematics and Statistics with a minor in Computer Science
Involved in Concert Band, Symphony Orchestra, Vermont Wind Ensemble, Tutor, Catholic Center,Mathematics and Statistics Peer Mentor Group, Honors College
Advice: Utilize your professors as they are here to help and want you to succeed!
Majoring in Secondary Education with a concentration in History and minor in Special Education
Involved in Think College, Undergraduate TA, CESS Diversity Committee
Advice: Talk to someone new everyday! You never know who you will meet, the connections you will make, or the things you will learn (about yourself and others).
Double Majoring in Community and International Development and Community Entrepeneurship
Involved in Alianza Latinx and as a Davis Center Information Desk Assistant
Advice: Don't be afraid to ask for help!
Majoring in Social Work with a minor in Human Development and Family Studies
Involved in Alianza Latinx, Davis Center Tech Team, Community Student leader for La Casa, Black Student Union
Advice: Nothing goes to plan, it's okay to fail as long as you keep trying.
Majoring in Social Work with a minor in Spanish
Involved in Ski and Snowboard Club, Intramural Sports, Feel Good, Orientation Leader
Advice: Be yourself!!
Majoring in Natural Resource Planning with a minor in Green Building and Community Design
Involved as an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant and a Davis Center Building Manager
Advice: Don't be afraid to ask questions! Whether in class or on campus, asking questions is the best way to get to an answer.
Double Majoring in Psychological Science and Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies
Involved as a Research Assistant at Sexual Health Research Clinic, Writer for the Cynic, Lead Resident Advisor, Orientation Leader
Advice: Finding friends is easier than you think! Talk to everyone you see and you will find a connection with lots of them!
Majoring in Elementary Education with a minor in Economics
Advice: Please take your advantage, go to explore the campus. There's a lot of fun!
Double majoring in Environmental Science and Forestry
Involved as an SGA Senator
Advice: Seek help always!
Majoring in Biology with a minor in Anthropology
Involved in Varsity Track and Field Team, WE Board, Partners in Health Engage, BSU
Advice: The world is your oyster!
Majoring in Political Science with a minor in Public Communication
Involved as a Writer for the Vermont Cynic, Orientation Leader, Community Student Leader for the first-year Integrated Social Sciences Program
Advice: Be yourself! It makes your social and academic niche much easier to find.
Majoring in History with a minor in Global Studies
Involved with the Women's Center
Advice: Just take a nap.