Wellness & Safety Resources
Being a student is hard! The wellness of our students remain our top priority. Even though we are not experts, we would love to share with you these resources that are connected with UBC. We hope you’ll find them helpful!
Navigating the sexual misconduct reporting process through UBC is a topic that many students are unfamiliar with. CUS Clarify’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.
View the Survivor’s Guide.
More details: https://cus.ca/governance/cus-transparency/
Learn more about the 5 easy steps that you can take to promote a healthy mind.
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.
UBC Counselling Services
Provides virtual drop-in sessions, appointments, group counselling programs, and support for Indigenous students.
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.
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.
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!
UBC Get active at home
Drop in to virtual fitness classes, see tips for exercises, and more, from UBC Recreation.
UBC Life blog
Read tips and resources from UBC students on staying healthy and active.