SDSU Health Professions Advising Office - Peer Mentor Request
Students who have attended an HPAO orientation and established a file may request a peer mentor. Peer mentors are a group of dedicated, experienced, and trained students planning a career in the health professions who volunteer their time to assist other SDSU students. You will be matched with a peer mentor based on the information you provide and your health profession interest.

When assigned a peer mentor, you agree to:
- Respond within 48 hours to all communication (e-mail, phone, or other) from your peer mentor and from HPAO staff.
- Meet with your mentor a minimum of 3 times during the semester (through Zoom, Facetime, etc.)
- Arrive on time and prepared for each meeting.
- Provide a minimum 24 hours' notice to cancel or reschedule a meeting (or this will count as a missed meeting).
- Notify your mentor and HPAO ( if you change your health profession interest or want to discontinue with your peer mentor.
- Address immediately any concerns you have about your peer mentor with the HPAO director (

Mentees who miss two (2) scheduled meetings or do not respond to HPAO communication (peer mentor or staff) will be dropped. It is the students responsibility to check his/her email regularly. Mentees who do not meet this expectations will not benefit fully and are subject to losing their peer mentor.
Please type your first and last name below with the date to indicate your understanding and agreement with the above requirements. *
First and Last Name *
Red ID *
SDSU E-mail *
Phone Number *
Date you attended HPAO Orientation, Information session, or Welcome Session (as close as possible) *
Health Profession Interest(s) Peer mentors are assigned by health profession interest. Note: We do not always have mentors for all health professions. *
Major *
Age (optional)
Year in School *
Transfer student? *
Preferred Pronouns
Do you have a preference for your Peer Mentors Gender? * note not all accommodations can be made. *
Please describe (not list) your priorities and goals for this academic year that will help you prepare to be a competitive applicant to a health profession program. Include how having a peer mentor might help you reach your goals. Please be specific. *
Please check the three (3) most important areas you want to work on with your Peer Mentor: *
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