Undergraduate students who have completed their Core Seminar may apply to be peer mentors for a Core Seminar. In addition to attending the seminar section to which they are assigned, peer mentors will attend regular practicum meetings designed to address issues related to mentoring, ethics in teaching, and teaching and learning theories, as well as issues related to facilitating discussion and helping students develop and hone the four fundamental liberal arts skills. Credit/no credit grading. May not be repeated for credit. Prerequisites: CORE 101 or 301 and a minimum 2.5 GPA. Students must apply to be considered for the Peer Mentoring Practicum.