Drop-In for Peer Mentor Support, Ask a Question Online, & Places to Study on Campus

Need a quick answer to a question? Want some support in organizing assignments or making a study plan? Can’t find what you’re looking for on the BC search engine? Something else? Stop by to ask, either on campus or online! We are here to set you up: see below.

Come for Drop-In Peer Mentor Support

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Whether you are part of Neurodiversity Navigators cohort program or not, Peer Mentors are here to help! You can come every week at the same time, or, stop by when you need to.

On-campus at the Neurodiversity Center (B131) and the Disability Resource Center (U001) and Online via Microsoft Teams. See schedule above.

Get support with:

  • Organizing and understanding assignments
  • Study preparation, tips, tools, and more
  • Accessing campus resources, such as Advising, Counseling, Disability Services, Registration, Tutoring, and more
  • Communicating with your instructors
  • Using the Weekly Checklists and Weekly Agendas
  • Other support that you need!

Ask a Question

Ask a Peer Mentor: Staff and peer mentors are available online to answer any quick questions you have. You can ask things like:

  • “How do I find a tutor for Math?”
  • “I can’t find my instructor’s office hours!”
  • “When is the deadline to drop a class without a ‘W’ on my transcript?”
  • “What’s my instructor’s email address?”
  • “I don’t know how to find what textbooks I need for my class.”
  • “Can you help me make an appointment to talk with someone?”

And more! Click below to chat M-F from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Peer Mentor Chat

Physical Spaces on Campus

Neurodiversity Center; B131: Main lounge area, plenty of comfortable seating, collaborative area, and individual study areas, Back Area Study Carrels, laptops available to use in the building, peer mentors usually available for support.

Library Media Center; D Building: Individual computers, copying & printing, group study rooms, quiet space upstairs.

Computer Lab; D Building, D101: Individual computers

Computer Labs; N Building: Individual computers, printing (students start each quarter with $15 credit towards printing), labs for DMA students, DRC Solo Lab (must be reserved through DRC).

L Building Student Lounge: No computers, but some quiet spaces can be found both downstairs and upstairs. Check it out!

T Building: 2nd and 3rd floors. Lots of quiet space, tables, benches, brand-new! Bonus – coffee shop on 1st floor!

S Building: Much like the T Building, the S Building also is a newer building that has lots of quiet nooks to study on the 2nd and 3rd floors.

R Building: Explore this building – there are nooks and crannies everywhere! And, a coffee shop on the 1st floor! Quiet!

3 students studying at separate small tables. In the background there is a large window with a view of trees and surrounding rooftops.
Students studying on the 3rd floor of the S Building.
Photo taken from the 2nd floor of the library looking down onto the help desk on the 1st floor of the library.
The BC Library has many quiet common areas to study and some private study rooms.

Last Updated March 6, 2023