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The Peer Information Counseling (PIC) Program is a University of Michigan Library initiative, over 30 years in the making, designed to support student success.

The Peer Information Counselors are a select group of undergraduate students from culturally diverse backgrounds who are hired for their interpersonal skills and academic strengths and specially trained to provide reference and research consultation to their peers on the U-M campus and to work on special projects within the U-M Library.

The Peer Information Counseling Program is an important partner to the Trotter Multicultural Center by offering students on-site services and resources that include drop-in research consultations and workshops.

University of Michigan Library
818 Hatcher Graduate Library South
913 S. University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1190

Phone: (734) 764-0400
Website: https://www.lib.umich.edu/peer-information-counseling-program