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Peer Mentor Program

The Marylhurst Peer Mentor Program matches college student mentors with at-risk college mentees. The program is possible through a partnership between Marylhurst University and Oregon Campus Compact.

2013-2014 AmeriCorps Retention Specialist

Selina Barua is the 2013-14 AmeriCorps VISTA Retention Specialist at Marylhurst. Originally from New York City, Selina's career in community service, education and assisting refugees has taken her to Washington, Idaho and Oregon.

I am truly passionate about adult education, and I'm looking forward to designing and implementing the peer mentor project at Marylhurst this year.

If you have any questions about this project or suggestions, please feel free to contact her at sbarua@marylhurst.edu or 503.534.4097.

 

 

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March 02, 2015 – March 06, 2015

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Order your textbooks March 2 - 6 and get free shipping. Offer ends at 11:59 pm Central time on March 6. NOTE: Free shipping is by UPS Ground. Yo...

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March 03, 2015

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Students: Meet President Melody Rose

The Student Leadership Team cordially invites all students to meet Marylhurst's president, Dr. Melody Rose. Lunch will be served. We'll also live...

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