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Library Wellness Zone
The place to go for distraction, relaxation and rejuvination.
The Student Wellness Centreis the place on campus to address your wellness needs. They provide a range of counselling options, medical services and wellness programs so that you can get the most out of your McMaster experience, academically and personally!
Chaplaincy Centre Pastoral support with personal counselling and bereavement support groups.
Empower Me (Graduate Students) 24/7 accessible counselling services to empower you to thrive, crisis support, mental health and well-being services. 1-844-741-6389
Maccess is a peer support, advocacy, and community centre for students who experience disability, chronic illness, mental health concerns, or inaccessibility.
Pride Community Centre (PCC) is a student-run service that provides a contact point for McMaster students that may identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and/or any of the other diverse identities that make up the community. They offer educational programming and access to resources of interest, as well as peer support and a physical space for students to meet and socialize with each other.
Student Accessibility Services (SAS) provides academic accommodation assistance and related supports to students with disabilities at McMaster. SAS is available to assist students transitioning from high school, other post secondary institutions, undergraduate, continuing and graduate students.
Student Assistance Plan The MSU Student Assistance Program (SAP) is a benefit provided at no cost to all McMaster students. The program is free, confidential, voluntary and accessible for McMaster students, their roommates and immediate family members. The SAP, available 24/7 through multi-lingual calls, online chats, or texts, provides on-demand counselling with mental health experts, as well as professional consultation in the areas of nutrition, academic success, life skills, legal affairs, and more.
Student Open Circles mentors and empowers students from diverse backgrounds in personal and spiritual reflection, community service, and leadership development.
The Student Walk Home Attendant Team (SWHAT) is a volunteer service within the McMaster Students Union that will walk or bus with students during the evening hours 7 days a week, in all kinds of weather!