A Non-drinking Mentoring Program for First Year Students

Program Highlights:

  • Navigate College Life
    • Tackle important college topics and making BC your home
    • Learning about BC and community resources
  • Mentor Program
    • First year students grouped and matched with a pair of upper class students
  • Monthly dinner meet-ups
    • Network, meet new people, and build connections
  • Community Service
    • Opportunities for getting involved and giving back
  • Social Activities
    • Meet Up, have fun, attend a variety of programs and activities

If you are a first year student and interested in becoming a mentee, email Amanda Kuron.

A Non-drinking Mentoring Program for First Year Students

Program Highlights:

  • Navigate College Life
    • Tackle important college topics and making BC your home
    • Learning about BC and community resources
  • Mentor Program
    • First year students grouped and matched with a pair of upper class students
  • Monthly dinner meet-ups
    • Network, meet new people, and build connections
  • Community Service
    • Opportunities for getting involved and giving back
  • Social Activities
    • Meet Up, have fun, attend a variety of programs and activities

If you are a first year student and interested in becoming a mentee, email Amanda Kuron.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do I have to be a committed non-drinker to join Connect?

A: Connect mentees are all interested in socializing without alcohol while at BC. If you do choose to drink after joining Connect, your mentors will be there to have a conversation, support you, and help you determine if Connect remains a good fit for you.

Q: Do I have to be a non-drinker to come to a Connect-sponsored event?

A: Connect-sponsored events are open to anyone in the BC community who is looking for a space to socialize without alcohol. All Connect-sponsored events are alcohol-free in nature.  

Q: What can I expect as a Connect mentee?

A: You can expect to connect (no pun intended) with upperclassmen mentors, meet like-minded first-year students, participate in monthly dinner discussions, and attend alcohol-free events happening on and off-campus.