Peer2Peer Mentorship Program
We are excited to pair you with one of our trained peer mentors. In order to ensure a great match, please answer the following questions.
Please select your school:
Northern State University
South Dakota State University
University of South Dakota
Black Hills State University
Western Dakota Technical College
South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
Southwest Minnesota State University
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Lake Area Technical College
Year in school:
Fifth Year +
What is your academic status? (This is based on the number of credits you have completed.)
Freshman (29 or less credits)
Sophomore (30-59 credits)
Junior (60-89 credits)
Senior (90 or more credits)
What are you studying? (It's okay to write undecided if you have not yet declared a major.)
How did you learn about the Lost&Found Peer2Peer Mentoring Program?
A professor sent an email and/or spoke about this program during class.
I learned about it through a different club or student organization.
A guest spoke about this program during one of my classes.
A friend told me about the program.
My advisor or other staff member at my school told me about this program.
Gender Identity: (This field is not required.)
Agender, Nonbinary, or Gender Fluid
Prefer not to say
Sexual Identity/Sexual Orientation: (Your response to this question will be kept private and secure. Your response to this question will not be used for any discriminatory purpose. This field is not required.)
What race/ethnicity best describes you? (Your response to this question will be kept private and secure. Your response to this question will not be used for any discriminatory purpose. This field is not required.)
Are you a college athlete?
What sport do you play?
If possible, would you like to be paired with a student athlete?
Yes, I would like to be paired with a mentor from my sport.
Yes, I would like to be paired with a mentor from a different sport.
No, I prefer to be paired with a student who is not a member of university athletics.
I have no preference
Are you an international student?
What country are you from?
If possible, would you like to be paired with an international student mentor?
I do not have a preference.
Are you an online student with limited access to your physical campus?
Do you have any specific mentor preferences?
Yes, I prefer to meet with another online student.
Yes, I prefer to meet with a mentor who is more connected with on campus activities.
No, I don't have a preference.
Are you a transfer student?
Are you a veteran or active member of the military?
If possible, would you like to be paired with a student veteran/military member?
I do not have a preference.
What are your hobbies and interests? (Check all that apply.)
TV & Movies
Board Games or RPGs
Fitness & Wellness
What words best describe you? (Check all that apply.)
Are you currently involved in any clubs or organizations at your campus?
Yes, and I would like to be involved in more.
No, but there are some I am interested in joining.
No, but I would like to learn more about the ones available on my campus.
No, and I'm not really interested in club or organization involvement.
Which clubs or organizations are you already involved in?
Which additional clubs or organizations are you interested in joining?
Which clubs or organizations are you interested in joining?
What are some areas you hope your mentor will make an impact in your life? (Check all that apply.)
Understanding of self and others
What do you find are your strengths when dealing with a difficult situation? :
What are your expectations or goals for this mentoring program?
Please answer the following questions based on your feelings over the past four weeks. Respond to each item by marking one box per row and answer as honestly as possible. (This scale is a modified version of the Brief Resiliency Scale from Ohio State University.)
I've been able to bounce back quickly after hard times.
I have a difficult time making it through stressful events.
It takes me a long time to recover from a stressful event.
It is hard for me to snap back when something bad happens.
I usually come through challenging times with little difficulty.
I tend to get over set-backs in my life with ease.
Should be Empty: