Send your resume and email of interest to Liz Luiken at

Applications will be reviewed beginning to mid April with interviews conducted before the end of the semester.


Office of Student Conduct Academic Integrity (AI) Peer Mentor 

The AI Peer Mentor position is a paid leadership opportunity with the Office of Student Conduct in the Dean of Students Office.  This position allows students the opportunity to make an impact and develop valuable and transferable skills including mentorship, coaching, public speaking, organization, and project development.   



  • Monitor student progress through the AI Alternative Resolution process, providing deadline reminders, answering process questions, and reporting completion to the Assistant Director  

  • Meet one on one with students to discuss their learning and reflection related to the AI Alternative Resolution Course, including the value of academic integrity, making ethical decisions, strategy development, academic skill development, and identifying appropriate campus resources  

  • Serve as a mentor, accountability partner, and resource on academic skills, ethical decision making, and academic integrity 

  • Create and conduct outreach initiatives and passive programs for the Office of Student Conduct in the form of workshops, classroom presentations, marketing, and social media content development  

  • Provide curriculum feedback and suggestions for process improvements  

  • Complete special projects as assigned such as administrative tasks, peer institution research, best practices, content creation, and assessment  

  • Meet with student conduct staff member weekly  



AI Peer Mentors are paid $13.00 per hour for time spent in training, coaching meetings, workshops, special projects, and meetings with supervisor.  



  • Full-time enrollment as an Iowa State University undergraduate student 

  • Self-motivated in personal time management and academic skills 

  • Genuine desire to support and empower peers 

  • Empathy for and understanding of a diverse group of students 

  • Ability to speak and present information to individuals and large audiences 

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills 

  • Ability to relate to academic struggle or empathize with students of various backgrounds and experiences 

  • Ability to lead and guide with empathy and understanding 

  • Willingness to learn new skills and implement resources as necessary 



Training on relevant topics will be provided by the Office of Student Conduct. AI Peer Mentors will receive training related to the Student Code of Conduct, academic misconduct, academic integrity, and ethical decision making. Peer mentors will have the opportunity to shadow a professional staff member and be observed prior to independently mentoring peers.  Additionally, peer mentors may be crossed trained with Academic Success Center staff to deepen understanding of academic skill development and academic resources on campus.  


Training is currently planned to take place between August 7 – 18, 2023.