On the UBC campus, we have several health and well-being resources that you can access as an undergraduate and graduate student. These resources range from health and well-being, financial concerns, on-campus food bank, peer to peer support, academic concessions, and accommodations, as well as graduate student-specific resources and services.
Health and Wellbeing
Available to students living in BC – Provides services that range from individual counselling, wellness advising, group counselling, and indigenous students support.
Student assistance program (SAP)
A free, 24/7 wellness resource for students. Services include personal counselling, life coaching, group programs and more based on your needs.
Help a Friend
Provides tools and resources for anyone who is concerned about a friend who is feeling hopeless or thinking of harming themselves.
Student Health Services
Student Health Service offers a wide range of health assessments and treatments provided by doctors, nurse practitioners, nurses.
AMS Sexual Assault Support Center (SASC)
Provide education, support, and empowerment of people of all genders who are survivors of sexualized violence, as well as their friends and family.
AMS Peer Support
Peer Support provides free, confidential, one-on-one peer support for UBC students and staff facing a wide variety of challenges.
An emergency food relief service for UBC students in need, offering various non-perishable foods, personal hygiene supplies, budgeting tips and information on additional
Organize and manage your finances by attending free workshops run by Enrolment Services Advisors and Financial Wellness Peers.
When Health and Well-being Impacts Academics
Request an academic accommodation if you have an ongoing or persistent health condition affecting your studies.
- UBC Wellness Centre
- Campus Lightbox
- Kaleidoscope: Mental health support group at UBC
- Thrive UBC
- Health & Wellness at UBC
- Counselling Services at UBC
- UBC Psychology Clinic
- BC Crisis Centre | 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)
- AMS Speakeasy
- UBC Mental Health Awareness Club (MHAC)
- UBC Mental Health Network (MHN)
- Other Wellbeing Resources
- Opt-Out Options:
- AMS Student Fees
- Bike Co-op
- Resource Groups Fee
- Health and Dental Plan
- AMS Student Fees
- AMS Subsidies
- AMS Food Bank
- Student Enrolment and Finances
- Work Opportunities
Graduate Student Specific Resources
UBC Graduate Student Online Support Group
This group helps graduate students to stay connected, discuss what matters most to you, and build resilience to manage this challenging time
UBC Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
Host several workshops that include overcoming procrastination, time management, resilience, and over coming perfection.