Skip to main content
Serve as a Peer Mentor
Help guide and befriend other students on their academic journeys at BYU-Idaho.

Why Become A Peer Mentor?

Peer mentors have an opportunity to make a real difference in other student's lives.

  • Mentor students along their educational journeys.
  • Be a friend to new students and help them adjust to college life.
  • Teach the value and skill of setting and accomplishing realistic goals. 
  • Help students find joy in their education.
  • Provide Christlike service and encourage other students to grow closer to God.
    A male peer mentor talks about goal setting with a female BYU-Idaho student.
    Be a Friend
    Peer mentoring means being a friend. Create lasting connections and friendships that will continue long after you graduate from BYU-Idaho.
    A female peer mentor explains some campus resources to a female student.
    Be a Guide
    Become a guiding light in other's academic journeys by helping them navigate through the struggles of college life. Show Christlike love and a positive example to help them succeed.
    A female BYU-Idaho peer mentor smiles while listening to a male student in the Manwaring Center.
    Be a Success Coach
    Your skills and knowledge are needed. Gain satisfaction of guiding others to reach their academic and life goals. With your help they can reach their full potential.

    How can you serve as a Peer Mentor?

    Peer Mentoring offers two opportunities to serve as a peer mentor at BYU-Idaho.
    Heber J. Grant Peer Mentors
    Mentor 2-3 students one-on-one. Meet weekly to set and achieve goals, teach life skill lessons, and do fun activities together.

    Learn more about Heber J. Grant Mentoring
    New Student Peer Mentors
    Mentor a group of 20-40 new students during their first semester at the university. Check in on students during the semester, answer questions, and plan fun group activities.

    Learn more about being a New Student Mentor