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Seven Generations Center of Excellence in Native Behavioral Health Peer Mentoring

Peer mentoring is an opportunity for students new to UND and interested in behavioral health programs at UND to learn from students more advanced in their program of study. Peer mentoring can provide academic support from a student who was, not so long ago, in a new students place. It also assists these students new to UND to learn about the University and the Grand Forks community to make an easier transition to student life.

Interested in becoming a peer mentor?


  • Sophomore class status or above
  • Current GPA of 2.75; previous semester GPA of 3.0
  • Tribal affiliation
  • Behavioral health (preferred) declared major
  • UND student for minimum one year

Mentors receive training the semester prior to providing any mentorship. Students wanting to mentor in the fall need to train in the spring and vice versa.

Think having a peer mentor might be a fit for you?


  • Undeclared or new-to-behavioral health student
  • First semester UND student

To learn more about having a mentor, contact:

Jan Flatin
(701) 777-6084

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