MSUB Peer Navigators are your go-to resource for both personal and professional support, serving as a helpful sounding board for incoming and returning students. Our team is here to guide you on how to approach your assignments effectively, understand your professors' expectations, and stay connected and committed to your educational goals!

This peer-to-peer mentoring program welcomes City College and University campus students and helps you acclimate to your first year at MSUB while creating an inclusive and supportive environment.

What our team offers:

  • Time Management and Study Skills: Learn effective time management techniques, study skills, and how to use D2L and other key campus platforms.
  • Course Navigation and Success Strategies: Get help navigating online course materials, planning your success strategies, and connecting with tutors and supplemental instructors (SIs).
  • Campus Connections: We’ll connect you with MSUB programs and campus resources to enhance your academic journey.
  • Timely Reminders and Information: Stay updated with reminders and information about campus activities, workshops, and registration support.

Want a Peer Navigator for the academic year? Email to get started!

Meet Our Navigators

Selbi Ilmuradova peer navigator

Selbi Ilmuradova

Welcome, YellowJackets! I’m Selbi, your dedicated Peer Navigator here at MSU Billings. My mission is simple: to help you navigate your academic journey and make the most of your time at MSUB. Whether it’s staying on top of important deadlines, or connecting you with valuable campus resources, I am here to support your success. I believe in the power of education to transform lives, and I’m here to make sure you have the tools and guidance you need to excel. If I could offer one piece of advice to fellow students, it would be embracing the journey. College is not just about gaining knowledge; it’s also about discovering who you are and what you’re capable of. Explore new subjects, join clubs, and seek help when needed. 



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