Are you a freshman, transfer, or returning student at MSUB? Peer Navigators are here to guide you! They are fellow students who offer personal and professional support to help you succeed. They assist with time management, study skills, course navigation, connecting to campus resources, and more. Peer Navigators are also available to assist and support continuing students.

Most incoming students will be matched with a Peer Navigator automatically in their first year at MSUB. If you have not been matched with a Peer Navigator but would like to receive dedicated Peer Navigator support for a semester or more, email  You can also make an appointment with a Peer Navigator online at any time through Navigate: How to make an appointment? Whether you need support for a few weeks or a few semesters, the Peer Navigator program is here for you!

There is no long-term commitment. You can meet with a Peer Navigator as often as you need, whether it’s for a single session or ongoing support throughout the semester.

No, the Peer Navigator program is offered to all MSUB students who have paid student fees. 

Peer Navigators communicate with students through various channels, including in-person meetings, email, phone calls, text messaging, and virtual meetings, depending on what works best for you.

Peer Navigators can support you by connecting you to your advisor or helping you understand the course registration process. Peer Navigators cannot provide course advising or registration PINs.

You can see the instructions here: Find Your Advisor 

You can see the instructions on how view holds here: Check Your Academic Holds. Peer Navigators can assist you with understanding what various holds mean and the process required to clear them.  

Peer Navigators can help you develop effective time management strategies to stay on top of your deadlines. Schedule an appointment with a Peer Navigator or respond to your assigned Navigator’s outreach messages for support!

Peer Navigators can introduce you to various campus resources and guide you on how to approach and access them. Frequent referrals from Peer Navigators include TRIO Student Support Services, Montana 10, Disability Support Services, and others.