Require Urgent Care?

Call 911 or view our resource list. 

Students with cold and flu-like symptoms should connect with virtual care through Dialogue or Maple before making an appointment for on-campus care.  Getting vaccinated against the flu and COVID-19 is the best way to protect yourself and our community. Vaccination is safe and free for everyone.


Well-Come Back 2023


Well-Come Back 2023

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The Student Wellness Hub has a wealth of tools to help support students as we return to campus this Fall. Every resource is built on evidence-based psychology, providing concrete strategies to help you make the transition. In addition to our resources showcased on @HealthierMcGill, you can access other resources here through our Well-come Back webpage and learn more about the initiative and the resources available to you, our students. 

What is Resilience & Why is it Important?

Psychologists and researchers define resilience as the ability to adapt in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats, or significant sources of stress—such as family and relationship problems, serious health issues, or workplace and financial stressors. Adapting can include mobilizing knowledge, skills, resources, and psychological strengths. As much as resilience involves “bouncing back” from these difficult experiences, it can also involve profound personal growth.

Stress, uncertainty, loss, and lack of connection have impacted all of us, no matter where we’ve been located this past year. The following resources will provide you with tools, tips, and strategies to face adversity and help you transition back to a world of in-person learning and interactions.

Build Resilience :

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Meaning & Purpose

Let your goals and focus guide you in putting your plans into effect.

Apply to be a mentor with McGill's 'Homework Zone' program

Discover 'Branches' McGill's community outreach program

Give back by joining a student-led volunteering club on campus

Sign up for a career workshop or event


Reach Out

Seek support when needed.

Meet with a Peer 

Chat with a Peer (have a confidential, anonymous, non-judgmental chat)

► Meet with a Hub Clinician (book an appointment with an Access Advisor to get started)

Access keep.meSAFE (free, all-hours mental health care via the mySSP App)



Integrate wellness into daily life.

Follow @HealthierMcGill on Instagram or Facebook for the latest in health and wellness tips from the Student Wellness Hub

► Sign up for a Wellness and Life Skills workshop through myInvolvement

Create a Wellness Plan with a Local Wellness Advisor

Chat with a Career and Planning Services representative

Sign up for a career workshop or event

Meet with a Hub Clinician (book an appointment with an Access Advisor to get started)

Top up your financial wellness by listening to a recorded workshop from our Scholarships and Student Aid office

►Join a student-led sports club

Cultivate your spiritual wellness by attending a workshop at MORSL (McGill's Multifaith Office of Religious and Spiritual Life)



Build skills to navigate unique situations.

Check out the Remote Student Life portal

Find a support group (must have a referral from the Student Wellness Hub)

Check out a Skills 21 workshop (SKILLS21 is a workshop-based skills development program for undergraduate students. It provides opportunities for developing 21st century skills, values and attitudes)

Meet with a Local Wellness Advisor

Meet with an Access Advisor 

Check out webinars from our Learning Skills Advisors



Foster strong relationships.

Follow @HealthierMcGill on Instagram or Facebook for the latest in health and wellness tips from the Student Wellness Hub

For new students, sign up for the Student Mentorship program (open to all first-year students)

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