Wellness Centre

At the Wellness Centre, talk with a trained student for tips and resources on stress, study tips, or navigating university life.

What the Wellness Centre can help with

At the Wellness Centre, Wellness Peer Educators are trained student volunteers who can answer your questions, talk with you, and recommend resources for everyday concerns related to health, relationships, and workload.

If you’re a student leader interested in partnering on wellness workshops, events, and more, email the Wellness Centre. Ask to speak with a Health Promotion Specialist, a staff members who oversees the Wellness Centre.

Top reasons to visit the Wellness Centre

Events and workshops at the Wellness Centre

To see the full calendar of Wellness Centre events for the month, week, or day, visit events.ubc.ca.

What to expect

1Drop in

To the Wellness Centre in the Life Building, where you can:

aTalk

With a Wellness Peer about stress, exams and study tips, sexual health, and eating well on a budget.

bPick up

Or find out about health resources on campus.

cAttend

A workshop or activity to learn strategies and coping skills.

2Leave with tips and resources

To help you live healthier!

Student-tested tips

  • Wellness Peers can help with more than mental health. They know a lot about sexual health, academic stress, and student life.
  • It might be easier to talk with a trained student. They may understand what you’re going through and can give you helpful resources.
  • If you’re a graduate student and would prefer to talk with a graduate peer, check the events section above to visit during Graduate Peer hours.