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Pre-Health Mentor Program

The Pre-Health Peer Mentoring Program provides support, strategies and engagement opportunities for pre-health students. Mentors assist students by connecting them to resources; guiding them on how to succeed academically; engaging them in social activities; providing friendly one-on-one support; and connecting them to meaningful experiences. New students who participate in the Pre-Health Peer Mentoring Program benefit academically, professionally and socially by engaging with their mentors, peers, faculty and staff.


University of Idaho’s Pre-Health Professions Program equips students to be engaged with faculty, staff and healthcare professionals — allowing them to acquire meaningful experiences through leadership and collaborative community activities. Through this process, University of Idaho’s Pre-Health students become strong candidates into healthcare graduate programs of their choice.


  • Help and direct University of Idaho’s pre-health students.
  • Introduce pre-health students to University of Idaho and local community resources.
  • Support and encourage pre-health students to maintain good academic standing and participate in non-curricular activities (i.e., clubs, research, volunteering, etc.).
  • Encourage leadership development.
  • Identify and facilitate networking activities among peer mentors and mentees.
  • Increase the likelihood of acceptance into healthcare graduate programs.

Pre-Health Professions Program

Physical Address:

Vandal Success Center
Idaho Student Union Building, 3rd floor

Mailing Address:

875 Perimeter Drive MS 2436
Moscow, ID 83844-2436

Phone: 208-885-5809