Providing an environment of empowerment for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit learners to achieve personal and academic growth.
Find spiritual guidance, care, and support, whether or not you identify with a particular faith.
Supports international students as they navigate the challenges of adjusting to life in Canada.
Student space for gender and sexual diversity offering peer mentorship, resources, and referrals for students working through issues around gender and sexual identify related stressors.
Engaging campus members by strengthening individual and community mental health and wellbeing, providing support, connection, education and choice.
If you reside outside of Alberta, there are Health and Wellness services available to you through the U of A. However, due to professional and legal restrictions, some of these services might look a bit different.
During the fall and winter terms our friends from Campus Wellness Supports offer fun activities and resources to help students take a quick break from their work.
They also have lots of great resources like meal planning information, recipes, information on sleep hygiene and more that you can access anytime. Visit their website to learn more.
Did you know you can use your OneCard to borrow items from Edmonton Public Library (EPL)? Current students, staff and faculty can sign up for the L-Pass, which grants you full access to EPL's physical and digital collections.