P’jilasi / Kulasihkulpon / Welcome!
We are so glad you have chosen NBCC for your educational journey. At NBCC, our students always remain at the centre of everything we do. We know that navigating through College can be challenging sometimes. Our Indigenous Student Success Coach team can serve as your first point of contact to respond to inquiries and connect you with services and support.
Indigenous Student Success Coaches are here to support Indigenous students in their learning journey at NBCC and to assist in accessing the many support and services that NBCC has to offer.
Indigenous Student Success Coaches serve as:
Indigenous Student Success Coaches are a resource for Indigenous learners thinking about attending NBCC or are currently enrolled at NBCC. We can answer your questions and help you find the information, services and tools you need to succeed. Contact one of our Indigenous Student Success Coaches today!
As a Peer Mentor, you will offer peer support and guidance to students, answering questions about cultural support and student services available on campus and in the community, while sharing your own experiences to support resource navigation and community connection.
Peer mentors work in partnership with the Student Services team and will have the opportunity to provide important feedback, network and develop transformative relationships with students and staff. This role provides peer support that recognizes the cultural background and unique learning needs of students.
Indigenous Students who are being sponsored by a third-party agency must submit a completed Sponsored Student Financial Information form (pdf) prior to their program/course start. Completed forms are to be forwarded to email@example.com.
Your Indigenous Student Success Coach can assist with exploring NBCC’s scholarship and bursary opportunities available for Indigenous students. Here is a compiled list of additional Indigenous Student Scholarships and Bursaries Resources:
NBCC wishes to acknowledge the traditional territories of the Wabanaki People (People of the Dawn) on which our campus locations sit. The Wabanaki include Mi’kmaq, Wolastoqey, Passamaquoddy, Abenaki and Penobscot.