Peer Mentors (COMPAS)

COMPAS Cultivating Opportunities through Mentoring and Promoting Academic Success

Being a college freshman has its challenges and a helpful hand from our peers is warmly accepted. The peer mentoring program at CAMP, also known as the COMPAS Program, matches students with program alumni to assist facilitating a smoother transition throughout the first year. The COMPAS (peer mentors) meet with their compitas (mentee) on a regular basis for various activities including tutoring, cultural events, workshops and exploring campus resources. The goal is to foster lasting friendships that benefit both the Compita and COMPA.


Freshman Responsibilities:

  •  Meet with your COMPA at least once a week.
  •  Attend at least one cultural, theatre or art performance each semester with your COMPA.
  •  Attend at least one community or university leadership lecture each semester with your COMPA.
  •  Attend other workshops and presentations with your COMPA.
  •  Communicate with your COMPA any problems that may arise.
  •  Attend any other activities you and your COMPA have planned.

Spring 2017 COMPAS

Thomas Cisneros:
Mechanical Engineering
Martin Duron:
Aerospace Engineering
Yolanda Arroyo:
Individualized Studies with a minor in Public Health
Martin Serrano:
Israel Monsivaiz:
Criminal Justice
Yesenia Aldaba:
Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and a minor in HRTM; Currently studying for a Master’s in Social Work
For COMPA tutoring hours click here.