Peer Liaisons (PLs)

What are PLs? 

The Peer Liaison Program was created to provide an additional layer of mentoring through a wealth of events and initiatives that aim to support first-year students through their transition to Yale College, especially those who belong to systematically minoritized groups. Peer Liaisons (PLs), are a select group of trained, caring upper-class student leaders affiliated with the residential colleges and one of these eight centers/offices: Afro-American Cultural CenterAsian American Cultural CenterChaplain’s OfficeLa Casa Cultural: Latinx Cultural CenterNative American Cultural CenterOffice of International Students & ScholarsOffice of LGBTQ ResourcesStudent Accessibility Services. Each PL program is structured a little differently to meet the distinct needs of each community, but all are designed to help first-year students feel a sense of belonging on-campus.

Learn more about PLs HERE

Who are the incredible JE PLs? 


Christian Bailey
JE 2025

Ritik Chamola
Office of International Students & Scholars (OISS) PL
JE 2024
  Cynthia Campbell
JE 2024
  Sebastian Duque
Branford 2024
Ruhi Khan
Chaplain’s Office PL

JE 2024
Sita Kottilil
La Casa PL

Davenport 2025
Karen Wang
Student Accessibility Services PL
Branford 2024
Joy Yun
Asian American Cultural Center
JE 2024