PACE Peer Academic Leaders

The P.A.C.E. Peer Academic Leaders (PALs) serve the Pre-Professional Academic Communities for Excellence that are located within residence halls and off campus.  PALs are successful sophomores and juniors within the Eller College of Management that provide mentoring, advice, and events for students living within a P.A.C.E. community.  Students are strongly encouraged to develop a relationship with their PAL so as to make the most of their first year Eller Experience.

 The best ways to communicate with your PAL are to either email them or direct message them in the EllerPACE Slack team.

Peer Academic Leaders

Coronado Hall

Colonia de la Paz

Off-Campus Students


Arbol de la Vida (Honors Students)

The Highland District

The Highland District includes the following Residence Halls: Likins Hall, Apache-Santa Cruz, Hopi, Graham-Greenlee, Navajo-Pinal (Stadium), Pueblo de la Cienega, Posada San Pedro, and Villa del Puente. Geographically, this district also includes Colonia de la Paz, but it has its own PAL. 

The Historic District

The Historic District includes the following Residence Halls: Gila, Maricopa, Yuma, Coconino, Pima, Babcock Inn, and Rawls-Eller Lodge.  Geographically, this district also includes Manzanita-Mohave, but it has its own PAL. 

The Park District

The Park District includes the following Residence Halls: Arizona-Sonora, Kaibab-Huachuca, Cochise, and Yavapai.  Geographically, this district also includes Coronado Hall and Arbol de la Vida, but those communities have their own PALs.


For additional information about the P.A.C.E. program, please email Stephanie Hanson at  

Apply to be a Peer Academic Leader.