Undergraduate Research - FSMP/HCOP
The SDSU Pre-College Institute is committed to fostering research at the undergraduate level.
Apply now for the 2020 Faculty Student Mentoring Program!
FSMP Scholar Application - Apply by August 21st, 2020.
Faculty Student Mentoring Program
As part of a partnership with the Division of Faculty Advancement and Student Success within Academic Affairs, PCI involves the Pathways Office and HCOP program to support, assist, and motivate each student in the acquisition of skills, knowledge and ways of thinking that will promote their individual development as a scholar and a thinker.
In addition, the program offers each student psychosocial support that is relevant to possible work, career, and professional advancement in life beyond the baccalaureate. Aspiring students should have achieved junior status, be eligible for work/study financial aid, and demonstrate a commitment and interest in their own personal and professional growth.
The PCI mentoring model aims to create a safe, open environment in which each student can both learn and try things for themselves within the guidelines of the selected evaluation research paradigm. The PCI model also offers students the opportunity to work in an apprentice role to an experienced educational researcher.
Applications are due by August 21st, 2020.
The program is scheduled to begin on September 4th, 2020.
Health Careers Opportunities Program - HCOP
SDSU Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP) is part of the HCOP San Diego Regional Consortium, a partnership of the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine (School of Pediatrics, Center for Community Health), SDSU, San Diego Border Area Health Education Center/Scripps Family Residency Program, nine Community Colleges and nine high schools.
The goal of the HCOP partnership is to increase the number of qualified socio-economically and regionally diverse individuals to enter the region's health care workforce. At SDSU, HCOP consists of two parts, the high school pre-internship and internship programs and the undergraduate Scholars program.
Program participants get hands-on experience working with a mentor in research labs throughout San Diego County and receive a stipend for their participation.
Meet our HCOP Summer 2020 Undergraduate Scholars!
Allow us to introduce our HCOP Summer 2020 Peer Mentors!