SAS Peer Helpers run this program in order to provide a designated study time that is quiet and inviting. If you would like to attend or have questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 5:30 to 8:30pm.
We are very pleased to welcome Tara to the Advising Team! She will be taking over for Samantha Durfy, who has moved to Counselling Services, and Barry Wheeler who is on a long-term leave for health reasons. Appointments can be booked the usual way - stop by the front desk on the third floor of the University Centre, or call 519-824-4120 ext. 54114.
The front desk of Accessibility Services and Counselling Services will be closed in the morning of Tuesday, October 10 (Fall Study Day) in order to allow staff to attend a professional development opportunity. We will reopen at 1pm.
Research via an individual interview on well-being and the factors that promote well-being for students who have experience with mental illness while attending University. We want to learn more about what helps these students thrive despite the complexities of their experience.
Undergraduate students up to age 25 enrolled with SAS for their mental health challenge.
The Office of Diversity and Human Rights (DHR) is now seeking applications from students who wish to play an important role in fostering an inclusive campus through their direct participation in the University of Guelph’s human rights complaint resolution procedures.
We are offering a new "group" SAS registration option for returning students this Fall semester. This is specifically for students who have been registered with SAS in a previous semester and whose Advisor is: Wendy, Melissa, Susan, Laura or Patty.
This option is available on September 13th and 20th at 5pm and again at 6pm. This 30 minute session will include approval of existing accommodations, information about new resources, and updates about changes in SAS processes.
To volunteer or to request notes, please use the SAS Portal. This service helps individuals who experience barriers to taking their own notes, either because of a disability related to information processing, or because of a dexterity impairment. It is not a good substitute for going to class, as engaging with the presentation of course material is an important learning strategy.
July 7 is the last day to book any midterms, tests or final exams with the Exam Centre for the summer semester. Please visit the exam booking website to ensure your bookings have been submitted.
My name is Loa Gordon and I am a graduate student in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Guelph. You are invited to take part in my interview to study the empowerment and self-care practices of university students with mental health struggles. Dr. Satsuki Kawano is the principal investigator of this project.
You can now register online for Fridays in July. We hope to see you in the coming weeks and welcome you to the campus!