PAWS (Peer Advising Walk-in Sessions) hours vary each semester. These highly qualified and trained individuals work with students to help choose courses, use on-line tools, and answer general questions about the Penn State system.
I became a peer adviser because I enjoy working with and helping people. I know how frustrating it can be to find the right information when it is needed. When I am not on campus attending classes, working at the office or studying for exams I enjoy spending time outside. I run marathons and this summer completed my second triathlon. I enjoy a good book and love to cook. I am looking forward helping you this semester if you have any questions concerning your degree audit, transferring credits or anything regarding the entrance to major process.