If you or someone you know may be having thoughts of suicide, you are not alone.
Wellness sessions and workshops
We offer a variety of free wellness programming to help you develop a healthy body, mind and life.
Learn more about how to take care of your mental and physical health. These self-help articles address some of the most common issues USask students face.
Where are you on the mental health continuum?
Your mental health exists on a continuum. Where you find yourself on it depends on many internal and external factors, and you can move back and forth along the continuum as your situation improves or deteriorates.
Find the stage that most closely describes your current behaviours and feelings to determine where you are on the mental health continuum and which actions you should take to move to or remain in the healthy stage.
Practice mindful breathing
Feeling stressed about your classes?
Get academic help through the Library. Visit the Learning Hub for help with researching, writing, studying, and math and statistics with workshops offered throughout the term. Tutors are also available through the USask Tutoring Network.
Peer Health is a Student Wellness Centre initiative run by USask student staff and volunteers.
Students involved in Peer Health are passionate about student health and develop a variety of information and programming for all students.
Book an appointment
At the Student Wellness Centre, you can book an appointment with a physician, nurse, counsellor, psychiatrist, and dietitian.
If you're feeling overwhelmed and not sure what to do, contact Student Affairs and Outreach. Staff there provide students with coaching, mentorship and practical problem-solving support.
Counselling support is also available through Empower Me as part of your USSU and GSA health and dental plans with Studentcare.