SEBA Peer Mentor Program

The SEBA Undergraduate Peer Mentor Program is an innovative resource available to help undergraduate SEBA students to take advantage of everything that Saint Mary’s College of California has to offer by tapping into the wisdom and experience of Peer Mentors.

As SEBA Peer Mentors, we are dedicated to promoting the SEBA student experience and the success of our students. Some of our services include:

  • Prepare students for meetings with their academic advisors.
  • Consult students on their graduation plan.
  • Answer registration and study abroad questions.
  • Assist with career planning, resume critique, and networking for internships and jobs.
  • Engage students in potential clubs and leadership opportunities.
  • Guide students to appropriate campus resources.

We also consult with fellow students on classes, student life, professional development, and "tricks of the trade" that only students know.

We are available for drop-in visits or by appointment on the 3rd floor of Galileo Hall. Please scroll down for information on Peer Mentor schedules, biographies, and to schedule an appointment.

For any questions, or to schedule an appointment via email, please email
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Peer Mentor Schedule: Spring 2019

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday


      9-10 a.m.
GAL 3rd Floor
PM 11:45 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
GAL 3rd Floor
3:00-5:30 p.m.
GAL 3rd Floor
11:45 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
GAL 3rd Floor
3:00-5:30 p.m.
GAL 3rd Floor


Schedule Your Peer Mentor Appointment Here:

Note: SEBA Peer Mentor meetings are for SEBA Undergraduates only. Please use your email in your meeting reservation.



Peer Mentor Consultation Form

Please fill out this form after your appointment with a Peer Mentor.


Peer Mentor Tip Sheets

How to Declare or Change Your Major

How to Download Your Academic Evaluation

How to Prepare to Meet With Your Faculty Advisor

Study Abroad Readiness Flowchart

Language Requirement

Math Requirement


2018-2019 Peer Mentors

MarielleMarielle Bernabe
Marielle is a senior Business Administration major with two concentrations in Business Analytics and Finance. On campus, she is President of Beta Gamma Sigma, Vice President of the SEBA Dean’s Undergraduate Student Advisory Board, a member of the Enactus Club, and is a SEBA peer mentor. Her interests include trying new restaurants, playing badminton and tennis, reading fashion blogs, and traveling. After graduating, Marielle would like to pursue a career in investment banking.


Eric Chapman Eric
Eric is a Junior studying Business Administration with two concentrations in Digital Media and Marketing. He is a Student Ambassador in the Admissions Department, sits on the SEBA Dean’s Undergraduate Student Advisory Board, hosts a radio show on KSMC, and is a SEBA peer mentor. Over the summer, Eric worked with the San Francisco Giants Community Fund as a Junior Giants Ambassador. After graduation, Eric will pursue a career with a nonprofit or benefit corporation working in fundraising or public relations, ideally in the sports, healthcare, or education industry.