The SGPP Peer Mentors assist our freshmen and transfer students with the transition to the University of Arizona. They assist with new student orientation and transfer socials, plan events for SGPP students, and play a role in recruiting students from the local community colleges and high schools.
2016-2017 Peer Mentors
Chris Grimes is a senior at the University of Arizona pursuing a Bachelor's of Art in Political Science with an emphasis in International Affairs, as well as a double major in Economics. He is involved throughout the campus community in various clubs and in his role as a Resident Assistant. After graduation, he hopes to attend a graduate program in Europe and work toward a career in international affairs. As a peer mentor, he is excited to work with new students transitioning into life at the University and empowering them to succeed during their time here.
Courtney Niegocki is a Tucson local and has been a Wildcat from day one. She is a senior at the University of Arizona pursing a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with an emphasis in Foreign Affairs, as well as double minoring in Russian and Psychology. After graduation, she hopes to go abroad to gain experience in the global workforce before returning to the States for graduate school. Courtney is excited for this year! She looks forward to working with students to ensure they succeed in and out of the classroom, and helping them make the most of their Wildcat experience.
Vicente Reyna is from Safford, Arizona and is a senior year at the University of Arizona. He is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Law and a second major in Spanish with a concentration in Portuguese. After graduation, he aspires to attend law school and become a lawyer. He is passionate about politics and social issues in the U.S. and abroad. He looks forward to helping students make the most out of their university experiences!
Do you have a question for our Peer Mentors?