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Peer Network Program
Designed for undergraduate engineering and architectural science students, the new Peer Network Program (PNP) is your insider’s guide to all things FEAS. Whether it’s answering questions, one-on-one advising or tailor-made workshops, PNP is here for you. Although FEAS will be teaching the majority of undergraduate courses by remote curriculum delivery during the Fall 2021 term, our team will help you connect with your peers and the greater Ryerson University community.
Note: If you’re a first-year engineering student, FEAS’s First-Year Engineering Office is your main resource for customized support including tutoring, group study, advising and more.
If you have questions about the program or require additional information, please contact email@example.com.
Meet with a Peer Advisor
Get support for a range of issues—from study tips to self-care advice—from the people who best understand the undergraduate experience: your FEAS peers. Peer Advisors can help guide you throughout the school year during one-on-one advising sessions. Book an appointment, external link.
Got questions? We have answers
Navigating online resources can be difficult, but we’re here to help you find whatever you need quickly and effectively. Our team of plugged-in Peer Advisors will answer questions about design teams, co-op, mental health supports, plus so much more. Fill out The FYI form and you’ll get a response within 24 hours between Monday to Friday. If you need immediate help, contact these support services.
Events and workshops
Join a workshop or a group advising session to meet other students with similar interests and goals. Check out all upcoming events below.
Your Network Team
The Peer Network Program team is a mix of architectural science and engineering undergraduate and graduate students. Our Peer Connectors, Peer Advisors and Peer Facilitators are here to help. For tips and advice from the team, visit the PNP blog.
“As an international student, I have faced many unique challenges and gained useful insights that will help other international students adapt to Canadian academic and cultural systems quickly.”
Sajjad Rostami Sani
Electrical and Computer Engineering PhD Candidate '22
“Students have the power to be each other’s most valuable resources and will go farther in their academic and professional journeys when supported by a community of peers.”
Peer Advisor Lead
Third-year Architectural Science
"My advice for first-year students is ‘never miss an opportunity to talk to as many upper-year students as you can.’ Your peers’ experiences and achievements are an invaluable source of aid.”
Peer Connector Lead
Third-year Aerospace Engineering