AUT - Peer Mentors


Peer Mentors

If you want to develop your learning skills, the peer mentoring programme offered by AUT's Learning Communities, can put you in touch with a senior student who mentors you in a specific subject.

New 2014 mentors - click here to see the mentor training resources

Peer Mentors

  • Senior students who provide specialised tutorials or one-to-one sessions on specific subject areas - for example accounting, statistics and finance
  • Have specific subject knowledge to assist students with specific questions about a subject area
  • Are also available to provide general academic skills support

During semester, you can click on the links below to find out times and dates peer mentors are available:

  • North Shore Campus Peer Mentors
  • City Campus Peer Mentors
  • South Campus Peer Mentors

To book an appointment with a peer mentor, click on the following link to log into CareerHub.

If you are new to CareerHub, have a look at this quick guide which explains how to book an appointment with a peer mentor.

Māori Peer Mentors

To book an appointment with a Māori Peer Mentor, please contact Wiremu Tipuna:

Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext. 9614

Pasifika Peer Mentors

To book an appointment with a Pasifika Peer Mentor, please contact Rosemary Petersen:

Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext. 9775

Chinese Peer Mentors

To find out more about Chinese Peer Mentors and the study groups they run, please email Karen Dai:

Become a mentor

Interested in becoming a mentor? Please contact Rainie Yu, Learning Communities Administrator, to register your interest.

Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext. 7010

2014 Peer mentor training

The following resources were presented to new mentors in February 2014 and provide a useful guide to being mentor, and also what to expect from a mentor consultation. Click on the links in the table to open each resource.                                                                              

Mentor Training Resources
Mentor Training Backdrop Boundaries
Mentor Models Cultural Awareness
Leadership Supervision
Academic Assignments Issue Identification and Referral
Mentor Resource Book

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Last updated: 10-Dec-2014 3.13pm

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