Role of Roosevelt Fellows and UDRs
Roosevelt Fellows and UDRs both serve as curricular peer advisers, although their roles differ. UDRs offer advice specific to a department or program, and have the responsibility of serving as a liaison/resource for faculty and students of a specific department or program.
|Who They Are
|Juniors and seniors who are trained to serve as peer academic advisors.
|Juniors and seniors who serve as liaisons/resources for students and faculty of a specific department or program.
|All undergraduates, with focused outreach to first-year and transfer students
|Faculty and staff of their department or program, all undergraduates, and prospective students.
|Academic Advising Focus
|RFs are generalists who offer curricular and academic policy advising about all academic departments and programs.
|They offer curricular advice specific to the department or program that they represent.
For their department or program:
|How to Contact
|Through email, at academic events or on the second floor of Usdan Student Center during their scheduled drop-in hours.
|Refer to the UDR website for each UDR’s contact information.
|The Office of Academic Services supervises Roosevelt Fellows.
|The Office of the Dean of Arts and Sciences coordinates the overall UDR program. Faculty and staff of each department or program supervise their UDRs.