Peer Navigator Program

Peer Navigator Program

Peer Navigators help students through mentoring, monthly contacts, workshops, and events throughout the academic year. The program also helps Peer Navigators by building leadership skills, developing professionalism, and gaining new opportunities from being active at Mesa. The Peer Navigator program supports new students' transition to Mesa who have just graduated from high school, have not attended college in the last three years, coming from Continuing Education, the Armed Forces, and adult learners who have not attended college.

Connect with a Peer Navigator!

Stop by the AVANZA Engagement Center to connect with a Peer Navigator. AVANZA (I4-203) is a welcoming space open to all students and promotes Latinx culture, identity, and self awareness.

Students must participate in a CRUISE session to be paired with a Peer Navigator.

Learn more about AVANZA
AVANZA Engagement Center
In person at I4-203:
M-Th: 8:00am - 6:00pm
Fri: 8:00am - 1:00pm
Or call: 619-388-2757 for remote support

Attend an Event Hosted By Mesa's Peer Navigators

The Peer Navigators host a number of events over the course of the academic year ranging from skill-building workshops to social meet-ups. See how our Peer Navigators can help you find a balance between your academics and extracurricular activities, and provide opportunities for you to meet new people and make friends.


Meet Mesa's Peer Navigators

Become a Peer Navigator

Are you passionate about helping others and eager to contribute to their academic and personal growth? Join the Peer Navigator Program at San Diego Mesa College!

Apply to become a Peer Navigator