General resources:

    Campus Lightbox: A website that has collected resources across the UBC campus to support students’ wellbeing, including religious service hosts, medical clinics, mental health clinics, and many others.
    Centre for Accessibility (CfA): Do you (or do you think that you) have accessibility needs that we can accommodate (e.g. anxiety issues, ADHD, hard of hearing)? Check with the CfA and see if they can provide you with accommodations (e.g. extra exam time, distraction-free exam environment)!

Writing/Studying resources:

    Chapman Learning Commons: Located in the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre. Staff can provide feedback on writing, and recommendations for writing and studying strategies.

    Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL): Purdue’s OWL website is a fantastic resource that tells you almost all you need to know about how to properly format an APA style paper.

Mental health resources:

    The Kaleidoscope: a student-run, student-led mental health support group at UBC with regular meetings. Follow their website for updates on time and location of these meetings!
    AMS Peer Support: a place where you can find peer support about a variety of issues surrounding well-being.
    UBC Counselling Services: UBC’s resident counselling service located in Brock Hall (2329 West Mall). Trained counsellors can take on drop-ins and appointments. If you have an emergency, immediately call 9-1-1, or any of the following crisis services:

    • Vancouver crisis line: 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433)
    • Vancouver General Hospital: 604 875 4995
    • Campus security: 604 822 2222
    • Empower me: 1 844 741 6389 (toll-free)
    • Crisis Centre BC:
    • Victim link: 1 800 563 0808

    Please consult the Counselling Services website for more information about these, and other, mental health resources

Addition resources for supporting Indigenous students:

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