About Peer Navigators and Mentorship
Peer Navigators are students who help other students navigate the college system. Many of our Peer Navigators learned how to navigate college themselves--often the first in their families to attend college.
They can provide assistance with transitioning into college by locating financial resources, registering for classes, and getting involved on campus to ensure student success at Green River. Peer Navigators coordinate events and activities to keep students connected and engaged through campus and community connections. They also provide one-on-one direct service assistance with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (F.A.F.S.A.), Washington Application for Federal Student Aid (W.A.F.S.A.), financial aid, scholarships, internships, and employment opportunities. Peer Navigators also host Multi-cultural Academic Study Halls (M.A.S.H.) where students receive one-on-one academic assistance in different subjects depending on their areas of expertise. Please visit our office to learn about subject material available for M.A.S.H. each quarter.
Peer Navigators have been an essential component of the Commencement Achievement Program since it started in 2006. We currently have ten Peer Navigators. Any student can apply to become a Peer Navigator. Watch for our application process in Spring Quarter.
Pasifika Peer Navigator
Help navigate, be a liaison, and provide services and resources for students whom identify with the Pasifika lived experiences.
Asian American Peer Navigator
Help navigate, be a liaison, and provide services and resources for students whom identify with the Asian American lived experiences.
Veng Leap Chan
International Peer Navigator
Help navigate, be a liaison, and provide services and resources for students whom identify with the International lived experience.
- Immigrant & Refugee
- LGBTQIA+ Demographic FAQs
- Creating LGBTQIA+ Friendly Communities in Healthcare & Education
- LGBTQ Resources
- Undocumented Students
Phone: 253-833-9111, ext. 2803
Hours of Operation
Fall Quarter Hours
|Monday - Friday|
|8 a.m. - 5 p.m.|
|Saturday - Sunday|
Book Loan Hours*
|Monday - Thursday|
|10:00am - 5:00pm|
|Friday - Sunday|
*For pickup, requests and inquiries about Book Loan Program
Mel Lindbloom Student Union
Second Floor, Campus Life Office SU-240