Academic Peer Advisors (APAs)

Purpose of the APA Program

We are here to assist you with all your academic needs, providing great resources to help ensure a successful and Student Studyingrewarding college academic experience, to help you meet and exceed your academic goals. We are more than willing to work with your individual needs.

Being a college student is a unique opportunity to grow in all areas of life. While much of what you learn will be out of the classroom, your major of choice, your GPA, your classroom performance and your relationship with your professors are all vital aspects of attending school. These factors will impact your future greatly!

The office of Student Resources is located on LRC-510. Come up and meet us.


What is an APA?

An APA is a student leader that provides a practical way to serve the student body as tutors on the wings of the dorms through weekly study groups,study breaks, time management, class schedule selection and proofreading.

Additionally, APAs assist with new student registration and orientation, participate in the faculty and staff appreciation picnic, assist with the career fair, tutor in major-specific subjects and hold study groups for general education classes.

If you are interested in applying to become an APA or APT, you can pick up an application in LRC-510 or print the specific applications and recommendations below.  We look forward to speaking to you soon.

Academic Peer Advisor Application


Contact us 

Tom Bellatti, Director APA Coordinator Office Head APA Office
918.495.6913 capap@oru.edu apap@oru.edu
thbellatti@oru.edu