PR1ZE Mentoring Program
In 2008, Professor Emeritus Dr. Kenneth Ghee and Assistant Dean of retention in the College of Arts and Sciences Carol Tonge Mack founded the PR1ZE program (Putting Retention 1st in the Zest for Excellence) to foster and promote retention and graduation for under-served students. The PR1ZE Mentoring Program (Putting Retention 1st in the Zest for Excellence) is a faculty and administration mentorship program for historically underrepresented minority students, particularly focusing on African American students. The program began in the College of Arts and Sciences. In 2010, the program expanded to include students university-wide.
PR1ZE Applications for the academic year 2022-2023 are now open. To apply, please use the buttons below to take you to the appropriate application. (Please note: you must be logged in to your UC CampusLINK account to access the application.)
PR1ZE Mentoring Program FAQ
The application is now live and the deadline to apply is September 12, 2022.
We are looking to conduct meet and greets with mentors and mentees and workshops where will discuss how to apply to Graduate school, medical school, pharmacy school, and how to participate in study abroad experience. Suggestions on what workshops you would like to see are always welcome.
Your whole undergrad career!
As many times you may see fit.