Peer Academic Advisor (PAA) Applications
Peer Academic Advisors (PAAs) serve as liaisons to the Office of Academic Advising (OAA) and support the office's mission to strive for an unparalleled environment for undergraduates to explore opportunities, identify goals, and implement plans to reach those goals. During the academic year, PAAs are a resource to all students at their college for information and guidance on academic issues.
Applications to serve as a Year-Long, O-Week, and/or Head PAA for 2019-2020 have closed.
Applications for all positions were due Monday, January 14, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.
Information sessions were offered to all interested students on Wednesday, January 9th and Thursday, January 10th at 12:00 noon in the McMurtry College Library located above West Servery.
2019-2020 Applications (links require you to be signed in to your Rice Google account)
The Year-Long PAA application is for students who are not yet PAAs, and do not wish to apply for O-Week PAA positions.
The O-Week PAA application is for any student, currently a PAA or not, who wishes to apply for an O-Week PAA position and then transition into a Year-Long PAA. O-Week PAA applicants who are not already PAAs and do not receive O-Week positions will have their applications passed along for Year-Long PAA consideration. Current PAAs who do not receive O-Week positions will be able to continue in their Year-Long roles.
The Head PAA application is for current PAAs who wish to apply for a Head PAA position. If you apply and are not selected, you will be able to continue in your Year-Long role.
The Head and O-Week PAA application is for current PAAs who wish to apply to be both an O-Week PAA and a Head PAA. Similarly, if you apply and are not selected, you will be able to continue in your Year-Long role.
Current Year-Long PAAs: If you wish to continue serving as Year-Long PAAs and do not wish to apply for Head or O-Week PAA positions, simply complete the intent to return form that has been sent to your Rice email.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.