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Peer Network Program

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Students supporting students

Designed for undergraduate engineering and architectural science students, the new Peer Network Program (PNP) is your insider’s guide to all things FEAS. Whether answering questions, one-on-one advising or tailor-made workshops, PNP is here for you. Our team will help you connect with your peers and the greater Toronto Metropolitan University community. 

Note: If you’re a first-year engineering student, FEAS’s First-Year Engineering Office is your main resource for customized support, including tutoring, group study, advising and more.

If you have questions about the program or require additional information, please contact pnp@ryerson.ca.

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Your Network Team

The Peer Network Program team is a mix of architectural science and engineering undergraduate and graduate students. Our Peer Connectors, Peer Advisors and Peer Facilitators are here to help. For tips and advice from the team, visit the PNP blog.

Sajjad Rostami Sani

“In my experience, learning outside the classroom in team-based extracurricular settings is as important as learning in a classroom environment. Through the Peer Network Program’s Masterclasses, I will provide students with opportunities to build the soft and technical skills they need for the workplace.”

Alexa Bautista
Peer Facilitator Lead
Sixth-year Industrial Engineering

Shanali Tewarapperuma

“If someone isn’t enjoying an event, they’re not getting the full learning experience. By mixing entertaining elements like group activities with educational material like hands-on workshops in the Peer Network Program’s Masterclasses, I will encourage student learning in an engaging environment.”

Tamoy Hibbert
Peer Advisor Lead

Third-year Architectural Science

Umar Shabbir

“As a student, I’ve learned the importance of setting goals and not letting grades negatively affect my mental health. With the Peer Network Program, I aim to strengthen communication outreach resources for my peers to help them manage and maintain balance between their academics and well-being.”

Trish Nguyen
Social Media Coordinator

Third-year Industrial Engineering