- Contact Us
- See a Doctor
- See a Counsellor
- Live Chat Support
- Drop-in HCS Advising
- Wellness Wednesdays - Ask the Nurse
- Stress Management and Building Resilience
- Understanding and Coping with Anxiety and Depression
- Navigating Stress and Seeking Balance
- Meet, Greet, and Eat
- Creative Collective
- Dungeons & Worry Dragons
- Thriving with ADHD/ADD
- Living with Chronic Pain
- Mindfulness Meditation
- Dissertation & Thesis Support Group
- Tending to Anti-Asian Racism During a Pandemic
- Mindful Medicine for Women of Colour
- Mental Health Monday: Stress Management Tips for Online Environments
- LGBTQ+ Radical Self-Care Group
- Support Over Suicide & Students in Distress
- Nurturing Resilience
- Hi-FIVE Movement
- Health Peers
- Faculty & Staff
- Articles & Stories
- Flu Clinic 2020
Health & Counselling is here for you with most of our services being offered by video or phone.
Counsellors, doctors, and nurses are available for in-person and virtual appointments. Our mental health nurses and Transition Case Managers are also available to you. Call us to find out more info or to book an appointment. We have a maximum occupancy of visitors to our clinics at a time.
Office visits will be available when your medical symptoms require an assessment by a physician. To change your in-person appointment or to arrange a phone appointment if you are showing cold and flu symptoms, or are required to self-isolate at home, please call our clinics.
COVID-19 Testing for Individuals Experiencing Symptoms
If you are experiencing symptoms or have been exposed to someone who has a confirmed case of COVID-19, you can use the following self-assessment tool developed with the BC Ministry of Health: https://covid19.thrive.health/.
If you need to be tested, find the nearest testing site location here.
Are you returning to campus this term? SFU has a mandatory COVID-19 Safety Course.
Virtual Support Options
- Are you wondering how we can support you during this time?
Our Access Case Managers run daily drop-in advising sessions to help you find the support you need.
- Have health-related questions and you aren't sure who to ask?
Our nurses run weekly sessions for you to book virtually.
- Feeling disconnected and need a break from studying?
Connect with us socially at one of our online events.
If You Are Arriving or Returning to Canada
If you're arriving and/or returning back to Canada, the government of Canada has made it mandatory for anyone entering Canada to self-quarantine. SFU's International Student Advising and Programs has created a self-isolation guide to help you through this process.
If you have severe respiratory symptoms call 911.
For worsening cough and breathing, or concerns about worsening of your chronic medical conditions and need a medical appointment, call for an appointment, or further medical advice.
Find information to determine whether you need to be tested for COVID-19 and what your options as an international student are to get tested to go home.
Use this guide to better communicate with others during a time where various identities may experience the challenges of COVID-19 differently.