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Page Keller

Director of the Center for Excellence in Peer Education

Page Keller


Page Keller is the Director of the Center for Excellence in Peer Education at the College of Charleston. She began her work at the College in 1997 after receiving her BA in chemistry from Converse College and her M.Ed. in higher education administration from the University of South Carolina.

After working in several offices within the division of enrollment management, Page created the Peer Facilitator program as part of our new First-Year Experience program in 2007. In 2011, she opened the Center for Excellence in Peer Education, where she and her team prepare outstanding students to mentor, tutor, and assist their peers in both curricular and co-curricular settings.

Page is the incoming President-Elect of the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) and is currently serving on the CRLA Board as the Certifications Director. In this role, she oversees both the International Mentor Training Program Certification and the International Tutor Training Program Certification