SCC offers daily intake counselling appointments to students at the Fort Garry Campus. Students who are distressed and in need of immediate support can access in-person emergency triage services at 474 University Centre. Please call 204-474-8592 for information about services available at the Bannatyne location.
Check out the SCC website for information on the following workshops:
Students who are experiencing personal, academic, or financial distress and need support due to the unexpected events of this term may contact our office for support. We can assist you in creating a wellness and support plan and finding help from on- or off-campus resources to make this plan work for you. At this specific time such a plan may be to explore how to manage the practical and stressful details that might arise with the interruption to the term, and then transitioning back to school. For an appointment, please contact the front desk at 204-474-7423.
Chaplaincy Offices are staffed as usual with spiritual care providers available on a drop in or appointment basis to see students, faculty, and staff.
Offices are open for students to gather informally and find mutual peer support.
Regular programing and discussion groups remain uninterrupted, giving stability in the midst of disruption. Regular gathering times give you the opportunity to express how you've been affected by the strike and share coping strategies.
UHS provides comprehensive health care for both physical and mental health issues. You can book an appointment over the phone or in-person. A limited number of same-day appointments are available by making an appointment in person or over the phone when the clinic opens at 8:30 a.m. These appointments are offered on a 'first-come, first-serve' basis. If you are a student from the Bannatyne campus, please inform us of this when you are making your appointment as we have set aside specific appointment times at the beginning and end of each day for Bannatyne students.
A professional health educator/registered nurse is available to students for individual information on health and personal well-being.. The health educator can help answer questions or find appropriate resources to get you closer to answers. All services are entirely confidential. Health and Wellness also offers Healthy U peer health educator programming by request on such things as stress and coping and maintaining physical health.
Recreation Services provides active living opportunities for all U of M students at both campus locations. Our efforts are focused on providing facilities and programs that create positive social interaction and healthy lifestyles for students.
Each week we offer over 800 hours open gym, pool, ice, circuit studio and court time for informal recreation in addition to providing over 40 group fitness classes. Students also have access to our state-of-the-art fitness centers and running and walking tracks. Additional programming is also available including instructional and specialty fitness classes, Intramural sports, REC Clubs and personal training and assessment services.