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Student Life at BW

Student Resource Center

Apply for Resources

Current BW students can complete the Student Resource Intake form to apply for resources. Contact the Student Resource Center if you have questions.

About the Center

Created to meet the needs of BW students, the BW Student Resource Center provides 1:1 support, resources, and referrals to current BW students to ensure all students are able to persist and succeed in their academic endeavors. The Student Resource Center's robust programs address food and housing insecurity and equitable resource accessibility. The Center is housed within the David & Frances Brain Center for Community Engagement, and many programs are collaborative efforts with departments across the campus with the shared goal of supporting the success of all BW students.

The Student Resource Center is a part of the Ohio Campus Compact, a statewide non-profit coalition that works to promote and develop the civic purposes of higher education, in partnership with AmeriCorps Ohio, a national service program that connects individuals and organizations to local and national communities to help tackle issues within those communities.

Programs for BW Students

Contact the Student Resource Center

(440) 826-3174,

Campus Location
Strosacker Hall - Student Union (lower level)
120 E. Grand St.
Berea, OH 44017

Office Hours
Academic Year: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.


Teri Seabrook
Coordinator, Student Resource Center
AmeriCorps Member
(440) 826-3174,

Teri (she/her/hers) is a recent graduate of the BW MAEd Leadership in Higher Education program (class of 2021), where she worked as the graduate intern for the First-Year Experience program, the Learning Center, and the David & Frances Brain Center for Community Engagement. This experience prepared her for her current role as the Coordinator in the Student Resource Center. Prior to attending BW, Teri received her Bachelor of Arts in English, Literary Studies at Otterbein University. She is currently a Ph.D. student at the University of Kentucky, where she is pursuing a doctorate in Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation for Higher Education. Teri's passion for social justice and equitable access to education are the driving forces of her engagement with students, and she intends to continue her research into DEI efforts that lend to the success of college students.