Honors Peer Leaders are student leaders who work within each Honors residence hall to provide programming, support, and offer opportunities for residents to connect with each other. The Honors Peer Leader at Large works to achieve the same goals with SASHP students who do not reside in Honors residence halls.
Honors Housing is located on all four campuses:
- Brett Hall on the College Avenue Campus
- Jameson H. on Douglass Campus
- Lynton Towers (North) 8th Floor on Livingston Campus
- McCormick suites on Busch Campus
- Honors Peer Leader at Large
An Honors Program student leader (HPL) is assigned to each hall to serve as a resource and guide and provide programming within the hall.
Tanvi Yamarthy SAS ‘26 - At Large
Major: Computer Science
“I'm super excited to meet new peers and students and help them navigate Rutgers and the honors program in any way that I can!”
Hank Longo SAS ‘25 - Brett Hall
Involvement: Rutgers Astronomical Society - Treasurer Incumbent
“I’m excited to get to know this new group of honors students and take part in the wider honors community of SAS.”
Lola Fanka SAS ‘25 - Lynton North Towers
Major: Information Technology & Informatics
Involvement: Conference Assistant- Rutgers Residence Life Office Assistant- Paul Robeson Cultural Center JFEW Scholar- JFEW Scholars Program Eboard Positions for 2023-2034: Historian- Wanawake Secretary- C100 Marketing Director- Twese
"I'm most excited to be a friend and big sister to the students in the North Tower. I had the privilege of having mentors carry me throughout my college journey and I'm so grateful that I have the privilege to serve as a mentor to them. I'm also excited for the programs, such as Ice-cream Socials and Game Nights that will bring the honors Livi community together and create a safe and positive environment to grow and learn about each other.”
Sarah Levin SAS ‘25 - McCormick Suites
Major: Cell Biology and Neuroscience
Social Media: Instagram - @sashp.mccormick
"I'm very excited to get to know all of the SASHP McCormick students and plan a lot of fun and exciting events. My programs are usually a mixture of academic and community building events that range from Aresty and Upperclassmen panels to Winter Summer Camps, arts & crafts nights, and floor/suite competitions. I'm looking forward to a great year and I'd love to hear everyone's ideas for what they would like to see in the '23-'24 school year.”
Saniyah Panjwani SAS ‘26 - Jameson H.
Involvement: Honors Student Advisory Board, RU STEM Ambassadors Club Treasurer,
“I’m most excited to hold fun events for my dorm residents and get to know everyone!”
Click the photos of each residence hall to learn more!