What you will find here: This website contains useful COVID-19 FAQs and resources for UBC faculty, staff and students. It is updated regularly, following advice from provincial and federal health agencies.
What you will find here: Here2Talk connects students with mental health support when they need it. Through this program, all students – domestic or international – currently registered in a B.C. post-secondary institution have access to free, confidential counselling and community referral services, conveniently available 24/7 via app, phone and web.
For your convenience, we provide counselling and support services in various languages upon request. We will try our best to match people to support in their preferred language. However, please note that language-specific counsellors, and third-party translation services are limited and therefore, subject to availability and/or a waiting time.
What you will find here: At the Wellness Centre, Wellness Peer Educators are trained student volunteers who can answer your questions, talk with you, and recommend resources for everyday concerns related to health, relationships, and workload.
At the Wellness Centre, Wellness Peer Educators are trained student volunteers who can answer your questions, talk with you, and recommend resources for everyday concerns related to health, relationships, and workload. If you’re a student leader interested in partnering on wellness workshops, events, and more, email the Wellness Centre.
Please contact the OEE team here, for information and questions about experiential education at UBC. Specific practicum information can be found under the respective course site on Canvas. The OEE team can also direct students to other available resources within the university community.
What you will find here: UBC Student Services health site provides information on dealing with a number of issues, such as; depression, stress, anxiety as well as sexual health issues. The site also contains tips and resources on available services and support options.
What you will find here: The Student Health and Wellbeing: Supporting Students in Distress in a Hybrid (in-person and online) Learning Environment guide for faculty and staff is a good resource to learn about recognizing when students need help, and to learn how to reach and provide support and resources.
What you will find here: Bullying and harassment prevention is a priority at UBC and all bullying and harassment is unacceptable.The Bullying and Harassment Prevention at UBC site provides some more information for faculty, staff, and student employees.
At UBC, we strive to provide a safe, respectful and productive work environment for our faculty, staff and student employees. The Respectful Environment Statement sets out the expectations of everyone who is a member of the UBC community in this regard.
What you will find here: UBC takes a proactive approach to student success. The Early Alert Program is designed for faculty, staff and TA’s to be able to identify students who are in need of support before their difficulties become overwhelming. Information about Early Alert is available on the UBC Student Services website.
Early Alert | Student Services – Faculty & Staff Resources
What you will find here: UBC Counselling Services include drop-in services where you can book same day appointments. For the hours of operation, address and other contact information, you check online at https://students.ubc.ca/health/counselling-services.