Get peer consultation

Has your Residence Hall Director asked you to sign up for a peer consultation? You have come to the right place. Sign up for a one-on-one Motivational Interviewing-based session with a peer right here!

Before your scheduled peer consultation, please sign this informed consent form.

Click here to request Peer Consultation

Online Schedule Instructions

  1. On our Bookings page, select your service. If your RD in your residence hall or apartment is requiring you to make a peer consultation appointment, select Peer Consultation (Housing). You’ll notice a $50 fee associated. This will be charged to your student account, there’s no option to pay on this page and your peer consultant will not take payment.
  2. Scroll below service selection to see a calendar. Make your selection for day and time. Please schedule your appointment two business days in advance. If you want to pick a peer consultant, use the “Select staff (optional)” drop down menu.
  3. Next, scroll below to “Add your details.” Please add your name, email and phone number.
  4. Click Book.
  5. You will receive an email confirmation with a link to a consent form. It is crucial that you fill out this consent form before your appointment.
  6. Once you have made your appointment, please complete the eCHECKUP TO GO online tool. You can find this at Take a picture or write down your UIN number and have this ready for your appointment.
  7. If you need to reschedule, you can follow the link in your email confirmation to make changes, email or contact your peer consultant directly. We expect all appointment changes to take place at least 24 hours before the appointment time to avoid a no-show fee ($10). Remember that you must schedule all appointments two business days in advance. If you find yourself in an emergency situation, please contact your peer consultant directly or call 970-247-7508 and leave a message.

Contact us

For assistance with your appointment

Kendra Gallegos Reichle
Student Wellness Initiatives

For more information on peer consultations

Brian Burke
Psychology Department