We are invested in your personal wellbeing — your physical and mental health matters. We are here to help. Check out the resources we have for you below.
Being a student is hard, and we are here to support you through your journey! The wellness of our students remains our top priority. We would like to share our safety, wellness, and finances that are connected with UBC. We hope you’ll find them useful!
Mental wellness is as important as physical health, especially during back-to-school and exam season. CUSafety mental wellness guide highlights some tips from professors and UGO to guide you through stressful times.
Check out the five ways that can help promote a healthy mind. They are simple, easy-to-implement ways to help support your mental health.Learn More
Student Health Service
Offers a wide range of health assessments and treatments provided by doctors, nurse practitioners, nurses and other medical professionals virtually or in-person.Learn More
UBC Counselling Services
Provides virtual drop-in sessions, appointments, group counselling programs, and support for Indigenous students.Learn More
Here2Talk connects students with mental health support when they need it. All UBC students have access to free, confidential counselling and community referral services, conveniently available 24/7 via app, phone and web.Learn More
UBC Wellness Centre
Connect with trained students to navigate campus services, talk to a peer about what is going on for you, and learn about managing stress, sleep, eating well and living well as a student.Learn More
UBC Trans and Non-binary Student Guide
The UBC Trans & Non-binary Student guide is a collaborative project between the Equity & Inclusions Office. It’s an honest guide regarding the types of support available to you, and how others have navigated their experience.Learn More
After studying all those hours for your exams, it’s important to get up and get active! Exercise will help you perform even better.
Explore virtual and in-person fitness and recreation experiences available at UBC for students. Doing some indoor and outdoor exercise will help you relax and free from stress!Learn More
UBC Get Active At Home
Drop in to virtual fitness classes, see tips for exercises, and more, from UBC Recreation.Learn More
CUSafety in Henry Angus Building
The main building for Sauder students, where students attend class, study, and socialize. In the CUSafety Map, we highlight locations of all safety equipment, as well as emergency routes.
Mental Health Resources
Sauder Health and Wellness strives to create an environment that encourages students to continuously reflect on their mental health and ensure that they are receiving the resources that are necessary for achieving mental wellness. This year, Sauder Health and Wellness plan to incorporate more mental health-focused aspects into their events as they believe that mental health plays a major role in one’s ability to succeed in all areas of life. Below you will find some mental health resources that can assist you in your mental health journey. All of these resources and more are also located on the Sauder Health and Wellness website. In addition, they have several blogs that focus on different mental health and wellness topics that you can read at any time. https://sauderhewe.squarespace.com/new-page-1
UBC Wellness Centre
This resource provides several tips on stress management and navigating university life. You can connect with trained students through the Wellness Centre and they will help you navigate campus services and learn more about health topics and wellness resources.Learn More
The Colour Project
The Colour Project is a free anonymous text-based peer support resource where students can be connected to trained volunteers. You are able to communicate with someone one-on-one and can disconnect whenever you decide.Learn More
This resource focuses on providing coping mechanisms for dealing with anxiety. They offer a step-by-step guide for anxiety management as well as a free scientifically based anxiety tool that can help you navigate how to deal with different uncertainties in your life.Learn More
CAMH provides access to several different mental health programs and services for all ages. There are also plenty of learning resources on different mental health topics that you can discover through their website.Learn More
UBC Student Assistance Program (SAP)
UBC SAP is a free 24/7 wellness resource for students that include personal counselling, life coaching, group programs and more based on your needs. SAP focuses on helping students with their mental, emotional, physical and financial health.Learn More
This resource provides a guide to all of UBC’s Mental Health Resources. Their website also features a search filter where you are able to find the resource that best fits your needs.Learn More
The Crisis Centre is a 24/7 phone line to support vulnerable individuals and provides immediate access to barrier-free, non-judgemental, confidential support and follow-up to all ages.Learn More
Your safety is our priority. We want you to have the support and resources you need to be at a safe place.Intro to Sexual Violence Prevention and Response - CUSInclusive/Safer Online Spaces & Event PlanningSexual Consent and Culture of Consent
Navigating the sexual misconduct reporting process through UBC is a topic that many students are unfamiliar with. CUS Clarify recognized how complex the process may be for survivors and/or supporters of survivors, and wanted to create a guide that provided an overview of what reporting through UBC looks like, so that survivors of sexual violence can make the best decision that’s right for them in terms of healing.
Our Survivor’s Guide has been reviewed and edited with the support of both SVPRO and UBC’s Investigations Office. It contains both on-campus resource information (e.g SVPRO), as well as detailed summaries of the steps involved in reporting sexual misconduct through UBC’s Investigations Office.
As a service, CUS Clarify’s mission is to help promote a culture of consent and transparency at Sauder, as well as provide meaningful resources and support to survivors. We are thrilled to see the Survivor’s Guide be published, and wanted to take this opportunity to voice that if you have experienced any form of sexual violence, it was not your fault and you are not alone. We believe you and are here to support you and connect you to resources.
The health and safety of our community is and will always remain our top priority. One of the commitments include working closely with our CUS Clarify service to improve transparency with our constituents on the CUS’ historical events that relate to sexual misconduct.