Academic Peer Advocate

Academic Peer Advocates (APAs) are students of sophomore, junior, or senior status that live in halls with first-year students. Their role is to help students transition academically into Bellarmine. APAs work to establish tutoring in the halls, create study groups, encourage good academic skills and plan programs in the halls. They also work to develop strong relationships with their residents.

APAs receive a free room and a semester stipend as compensation.

Typically, we search for APAs in the spring for positions starting the following academic year.