Disability Resource Center

Bronco Access Mentors

What is the Bronco Access Mentor Program?

Billy Bronco in a superhero cape with the text Bronco Access Mentors.
Bronco Access Mentor aka BAM


It is our mission to provide a supportive environment for Cal Poly Pomona students with disabilities by using campus resources for student success, engagement, and retention. 


It is our vision to equip DRC students with the appropriate skills for their academic success. Examples of these skills include, but are not limited to time management, studying and notetaking skills, advising support, and self-regulation skills.

Jayla is smiling under a tree holding a sign with her name on it while wearing a shirt with the BAM logo on it.


Meet our new Bronco Access Mentor, Jayla!

Hello, my name is Jayla Burton. I am a third-year civil engineering major here at Cal Poly Pomona. I have one year of experience in mentoring. Some of my hobbies include Sims 4, reading, arts & crafts, and listening to music. My playlist mostly consists of R&B, alternative metal, and a little bit of rap.

Alexa posing in a BAM shirt with a sign with her name on it.


Meet our new Bronco Access Mentor, Alexa!

Hello! My name is Alexa, and I am a fourth-year English education major at Cal Poly Pomona.  I plan to eventually become a high school English teacher. Helping others is a great passion of mine. I sincerely enjoy reading, writing, baking, traveling, and occasionally painting (even though I am not good at it). Also, if you’re a Harry Potter or a Harry Styles fan, we will be of one mind!

BAM Appointments

If you are interested in meeting with a mentor you can reach out to us at drcpeers@cpp.edu to request an appointment or fill out our BAM Appointment Request Form.

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