Mentorship Programs

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Access one-on-one or group programming that promotes student well-being.

We provide a range of programming options to support student mental health, foster connections and develop life skills. Check out the options below for details.

Community Club

A space for students to learn from one another, with a focus on hope, empowerment, possibility, and connection. Students design the courses and lead the learning, helping each other through conversation, videos, and other media. 

Register for a Community Club.

Community Club details

The Community Club: Let’s Get Cookin’ 

Explore cooking culture. A series for those new to the kitchen, the cooking adverse, and those that just want to explore a little more about the world of food.  

Thursdays (October 5th to November 9th), from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.
St. James Campus, SJA (200 King St. E.), room 593F  

The Community Club: Self-Discovery 

Explore your inner self. Build capacity, resilience, and develop your ability to live an authentic, meaningful life.  

Thursdays (October 5th to November 9th) from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
St. James Campus, SJA (200 King St. E.), room 593F 

The Community Club: Communication Survival Toolkit 

Explore various forms of communication, listen effectively, and thrive through anxiety-inducing small talk.  

Thursdays (November 16 to December 14)  from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. St. James Campus, SJA (200 King St. E.), room 593F 

The Community Club: Adulting 101 

Explore life skills and how to practically apply them in ways that are helpful for you. 

Thursdays (November 16 to December 14) from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. St. James Campus, SJA (200 King St. E.), room 593F 


Group Programs

Peer Mentors help students navigate wellness and blend lived experience with the expertise of mental health practitioners to help develop meaningful and practical goals for growth. Find support and safe spaces in these programs.

Register for a group.

Group program details

ASD & Friends 

For students with the lived experience of Autism. Share stories and build each other up for the week ahead.  

Tuesdays, 3 - 4 p.m.
St. James Campus, SJA (200 King St. E.), room 593F

The Intercontinental: Mental Wellness for International Students 

A support group for students from around the world who want to share experiences of studying as an international student. Our group is designed to help students forge bonds, share frustrations & explore life abroad. 

Wednesdays, 3-4 p.m.
​​​​​St. James Campus, SJA (200 King St. E.), room 593F 

The Rainbow Connection: A 2SLGBTQ+ Student Support Group 

A safer space on campus to be able to explore issues; from coming out, to microaggressions in the workplace, and more. 

Wednesdays, 1 - 2 p.m.
St. James Campus, SJA (200 King St. E.), room 593F 


One-on-One Peer Support

We provide a safer space to be able to speak freely, and our mentors respond with empathy. We can also help navigate to community resources upon request. 

To talk to a student online, please visit us at: 

One-on-one supports

Calm Zone

Remove yourself from the pressure of school, work and life. Come draw, meditate, or engage in quiet conversation. Our lower sensory space is designed to provide a touchpoint for your college experience and provide you with mentors who are there to create connections to various college services and off-campus resources. 

Mondays to Fridays, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
St. James Campus, SJA (200 King St. E.), room B121

Mental Wellness Support 

Connect with other GBC Students who have gone through the experience of balancing work, life, and school.  

Email to find out how you can connect with another student.

Accessible Learning Support 

Students interacting with Accessible Learning Services can find support with understanding expectations, participating in classes, and navigating college processes. 

Learn on the Accessible Learning Services page.

Breaking Free Substance Use 

This government of Ontario-sponsored program helps you set and meet goals relating to substance use, whether drugs, alcohol or even cigarettes. If you’re thinking about making a change, Peer Mentor+ can help.

Learn more at

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