The goal of this study was to evaluate a peer mentoring program in a graduate school setting. More specifically, mentoring functions and outcomes among graduate students were assessed, along with an analysis of graduate school peer mentoring program characteristics. This study contributed three main findings.First, the present study was a first attempt to quantitatively analyze specific mentoring function and outcome relationships in a graduate school setting. Second, results indicated psychosocial assistance and networking help were reported as a program strength. However, pair compatibility and mentor preparation were not found to be essential program characteristics.