Let’s Check In…
The mid-point is always a challenging time in the academic semester. With the current added complexity of the pandemic, it’s easy to feel disconnected from your support system.
Your Schulich team is here for you! Please note that advising will continue throughout Reading Week – reach out or drop in via Zoom, with any questions or concerns about your academic success.
Check out COVID-19 Wellbeing Resources to help support your physical, mental and emotional health.
Virtual resources for your wellbeing:
YorkU Counselling Services
Students can access confidential single session/crisis and/or emergency support by calling 416-736-5297. The telephone line is open Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
SCLD: COVID-19 Wellbeing Resources
YorkU’s Student Community and Leadership Development team is maintaining a curated list of resources for student wellbeing and success.
From academic and studying support, to virtual chats and Netflix parties, to online workouts and home-office hacks – this webpage has you covered!
Mental Health Steering Committee
The YorkU Mental Health Steering committee makes it easy to stay informed and involved! The website is an important bookmark and has useful immediate references, especially in the event that you, or someone you know needs help right now.
Wellness Together Canada Portal
This mental health portal provides free online resources, tools, apps and connections to trained volunteers and qualified mental health professionals when needed.
Virtual Classes: York University Athletics and Recreation:
Check out student recreation and fitness programs. During the current campus closure, the centre is offering virtual fitness classes via Zoom all month. Check the schedule here!
BounceBack is a guided self-help tool managed by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), with online videos and phone coaching support.
Good2Talk is a free, confidential and anonymous helpline for people aged 17-25, where you can access professional counseling and referrals in support of mental health, recovery and well-being. The helpline is available to all young people in Ontario, 24 hours a day.
Residents may also access the Ontario General Mental Health Helpline, available via telephone, e-mail and live web chat. All details are available on the Province of Ontario Mental Health Support webpage.
As Reading Week approaches, we hope that you can take some time to prioritize your wellbeing, connect with friends and families, and catch up on your readings and assignments. Stay well and know that we are here to support you!
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