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Peer Mentor

Title V PPOHA  Peer Mentor Program for Undergraduate Students by Graduate Students

We offer personal experience and advice about:

  • Your field of study
  • Work load/time management
  • Maintaining a health concious work ethic
  • Research opportunities
  • Employment opportunities
  • Completing your undergraduate degree
  • Life beyond your undergraduate experience
  • Graduate school

Why a Peer Mentor Program? Graduate students still have fresh in their minds what it is like to be an undergraduate, and as such can bridge a gap between other resources that are available.

Request mentoring and you will be matched with one of our mentors. After your request is processed, you will receive an email with further details introducing you and your mentor. Your questions can be discussed via email, or in person - whichever you prefer. If we do not have the answers you seek, we will direct you to those that do.


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