Psychology Mentoring Outreach & Education 

The PsyMORE Program aims to promote student empowerment through peer mentorship, guidance, and education. 

Mission Statement:

 The PsyMORE Program was established to provide community college students and underclassmen a helpful hand when beginning their journey into the exciting world of Psychology. Through this peer mentoring program, our goal is to empower and motivate students to take an active role in their academic progress through outreach and education, as well as help navigate and guide them to have a successful journey in the field of psychology. Mentors will provide a much-needed connection to the realities of seeking a Bachelors degree in Psychology and what is to be expected for scholarly endeavors beyond the undergraduate level.  The ultimate goal is to link students with the resources and guidance they need to successfully develop academically.  All those seeking knowledge about Psychology as a major, research, and the challenges associated with moving on to a four-year university are welcomed.   



Become an Active Member!
Whether you are a mentor or mentee, by participating in the events below, you can earn points to become an active PsyMore member. Each is worth 1 point.
Students must achieve 5 points within a semester to be considered active members. Two semesters of active membership qualifies students for a cord at graduation. 
Ways to aquire points:
  • Outreach events
  • Social events
  • Tabling
  • Fundraising participation
  • Attending our workshops
  • Attending meetings
Contact Information: 
Jason Zuehlke: Director of Outreach
David Rojas: Director of Mentorship 
Outreach Events
9/23/20; 8:00am; PSY 201
Mesa College
SDSU M.S. in School Counseling
Open House
This website was last updated on October 2020.