Student Health Services provides accessible medical care for all students. Student Health Service staff includes three doctors, a registered nurse, a psychologist, and a psychiatrist. Services include: assessment and treatment of medical conditionals, mental health, birth control, emergency contraception, pregnancy tests, PAPs, STI screening and treatment, allergy shots, and immunizations. Health Services also maintains a list of additional health resources you may find useful.
Counselling Services provides short-term counselling, crisis counselling, and resources for currently enrolled students.
Peer Wellness Sessions support student well-being by creating a safe, welcoming, accessible environment to discuss mental health and wellness. During sessions, expect non-judgmental listening, information about available resources, opportunities to reflect, and strategies for healthy coping. The goal is to leave sessions feeling supported, optimistic, and empowered to make your own choices. One-on-one and group sessions are open for all students.
Accessibility Services can help facilitate appropriate support services to access courses, programs, and services. Staff will review medical documentation and work with students to determine access to academic accommodations and support services including access to the Learning Technology Lab.
Sexual Violence Support and Education is dedicated to supporting College community members who have experienced sexualized violence, and to foster education dedicated to ending sexualized violence and gender-based violence in our communities.