Student mental health is instrumental in students’ academic engagement and success. The entire campus community plays a role in helping students feel confident, capable, and supported. UBC’s focus on people, undergraduate and graduate student experiences, and the development of a vibrant...

Supporting student learning and success is a priority for UBC. ...

The Health Promotion & Education team builds campus capacity for achieving the goals of the Okanagan Charter through the following activities: ...

UBC is committed to meeting the mental health needs of our student population. We are in the process of implementing a UBC-wide mental health strategy based on collaboration and stepped care. This model is informed by literature on best practices as well as themes identified in campus-wide...

Everyone plays an important role in supporting student mental health and wellbeing. Use this guide to familiarize yourself with common signs of distress and the steps you can take to offer assistance.

Counselling Services offers free, confidential counselling for UBC students. Mental health concerns can have a significant impact on everyday life, including academics. We can work with students to clarify goals for change, develop a plan for managing concerns, and build new skills that help them...

Student Health Service family doctors and registered nurses provide UBC students with primary, year-round health care. Our physicians can act as a student's family doctor while they are at UBC, and our staff provide individual care services normally found in a family doctor's office. 

Health Promotion & Education provides leadership on health promotion strategies and programs for the UBC Vancouver campus. Through innovative and evidence-based practices, Health Promotion & Education supports capacity building across campus to cultivate an environment that allows students...