North Hall Library


Peer Research Consultants

Meet the Peer Research Consultants

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Who are Peer Research Consultants?

Peer Research Consultants (PRCs) are students hired and trained through The North Hall Library and The MU Learning Center. The purpose of PRCs is to support Mansfield University students with written research projects by providing research assistance and information about library and Learning Center services and resources. PRCs engage with other students one-on-one, in small groups, with other tutors, and librarians.

What can Peer Research Consultants help with?

Research assistance may include

  • using the library catalog,
  • simple database searching,
  • locating library materials,
  • peer-level guidance on planning and executing written research projects, and
  • referrals to library and other faculty when additional support is needed.


If you have any questions about Peer Research Consultants, please reach out to Holly Jackson, Student Success Librarian at or (570) 662-4688 or Chris Cummings, Learning Center Director at or (570) 662-4828