What is Peer Mentoring?
Student Support Peer Mentoring is designed to help students succeed in every aspect of life. From one-on-one settings to small group workshops, students meet regularly with mentors to achieve their goals. You can request a mentor for yourself or refer someone who needs a mentor using the link below.
Learn to control your finances before they control you. A mentor will work with you to create a personalized budget, minimize expenses, manage debt, and create a small savings to get you through the semester.
A mentor works one-on-one with a student to assess their needs in each area of student life (academic, social, physical, mental, etc) and build an action plan of specific goals to help them overcome challenges and be successful. Mentors also help students identify and connect with appropriate campus resources.
A mentor can assist you in learning skills that will help you live an effective life at BYU-Idaho and develop powerful patterns of success to reach your full potential.
Need a spiritual boost? Work with a mentor who will be your accountability partner in refining your spiritual wellbeing. Apply the scriptures in your life in a more powerful way and explore the enabling power of the atonement of Jesus Christ to strengthen your testimony and reach your potential.
Master basic skills everyone needs to survive their first time living away from home. From conquering homesickness to opening a bank account and lots of things in between. Skills Mentoring can help you learn skills and strategize a successful life.