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Search the most popular services and resources from the Dean of Students and the Registrar's Office.

Need Help Now

Urgent support resources for students at risk. If there is an immediate risk of harm to yourself or others, contact 911.

Student Service Centre

Your starting place to connect with services campus-wide.

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HealthyU Essentials

It's important to support our community, together. Make sure to stay informed, stay healthy, and take care of yourself.

WellTrack

Looking for new tools to keep you on track? WellTrack is free for all U of A students who want to learn more about coping with stress, anxiety and depression.


Mental Health Support

Supporting student mental health is more important than ever. We care, we are listening, and we are here for you.

Wellness Supports

Connecting students with comprehensive, individualized services to support their well-being from head to toe. If you don't know where to begin, start here.

Counselling + Clinical Services

Workshops, resources and psychological treatment services to help every student succeed.

Substance Awareness + Recovery

Reduce the harm of alcohol and drug use by knowing the facts, following essential safety tips and connecting with peers.

WellTrack

A free online self-help program for all students who want to learn more about coping with stress, anxiety and depression.

Sexual Assault Centre

Safe, inclusive and confidential crisis intervention for survivors of sexual violence, and comprehensive educational workshops for the campus community.


Medical Care + Immunizations

University Health Centre

Conveniently located on main campus, the U of A's full-service primary care clinic covers the complete breadth of medical services and referrals you need. Visit the University Health Centre website for more information.

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First Peoples' House

Students Helping Students

Get help with challenges from someone who's been there.

Counselling + Clinical Services

Therapy groups are an effective form of counselling, and in some cases the preferred treatment over individual counselling.

Sexual Assault Centre - Learning Activities and Workshops

Learning opportunities to raise awareness of sexual violence, learn supportive skills, and build a culture of consent for all.

Peer Support Centre

A Students' Union service that offers a free, confidential and non-judgemental place to talk to someone for support.

Unitea

Isolation can be hard, and a conversation can make all the difference. Meet with peers to sip, chat and connect.

Resources for Black Students

A list of resources developed by the Black Students' Collective that directly supports Black students at the U of A.


First Peoples' House

First Peoples' House is a community-based student service centre dedicated to the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing of First Nations, Métis and Inuit students.

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First People's House

Gender + Sexual Diversity

The Landing

The Landing is a Students' Union service that offers support for gender and sexual diversity. We strive to promote gender equity on a broad scale, and advocate for the safety and acceptance of individuals of all genders and sexualities in campus life.

Transgender Health Support

The University Health Centre has physicians at the clinic who specialize in transgender health care and hormone replacement therapy (HRT).

Institute for Sexual Minority Studies + Services

Housed in the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta, the Institute for Sexual Minority Studies and Services (iSMSS) provides educational programs and services to support the 2SLGBTQ+ community and its allies.


Getting Active

Fitness Facilities

The U of A is home to 37 sport facilities that can be used by U of A students for sport, fitness and recreation.

Recreation Programs, Intramural Sports + Club Sports

Attend a class, join a team and have fun with the programs offered by Campus and Community Recreation.

Student rock climbing

GUIDANCE ON RIGHTS, DISCLOSURES, AND COMPLAINTS

Confidential, neutral and safe spaces for community members who have questions and/or concerns about possible misconduct.