Peer Mentoring Program for College of Nursing and Public Health
The Peer Mentoring Program, a collaboration between the Office of Academic Services and Retention and the College of Nursing and Public Health.
This program is designed to provide the opportunity for nursing students to seek and gain guidance as they develop academically, personally and professionally through the support of their peers. This program is created to enhance an overall positive collegiate experience. Through a structured application process, the program will match students with qualified student mentors. All participants will have opportunities to engage in diverse group activities that foster cognitive and psychosocial development.
All students with a Nursing major may participate as mentees. Juniors and Seniors with a GPA of 3.5 and above can apply to be mentors.