USask Community Centre USask Community Centre

A place for students to make connections and build community—wellness activities, peer-to-peer health education, and spiritual guidance and support.

Service changes to help slow the spread of COVID-19

The USask Community Centre is closed but offering virtual support. Be part of our online community, follow Peer Health social media accounts.

Address
Room 104, Marquis Hall
Hours
Monday - Friday: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Upcoming community centre activities

Peer Health

Student Wellness Centre continues to offer virtual health care (phone and web calls). Email student.wellness@usask.ca to request an appointment.

Peer Health are students dedicated to promoting health on the USask Saskatoon campus and are passionate about the health issues that impact student well-being. Peer Health works within the Be Well framework in the following seven specialties:

  • Harm reduction: Alcohol moderation and substance use
  • Healthy connections
  • Healthy lifestyles
  • Invisible disabilities
  • Mental wellness
  • Parents on campus
  • Sexual wellness

Faith Leaders

Faith Leaders are available for support during these trying times. Reach out, have a chat or share a prayer. #stayhome as much as you can but don’t forget to connect with others (virtually).

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) Faith Leaders are trained to offer guidance and support to the university community on matters of religious and spiritual beliefs, practices and experiences. They work together to promote understanding, collaboration, community and spiritual wellness at the university.

If you need someone to talk to, consider speaking with a faith leader. Faith leaders offer support and can connect you with the faith organization they are affiliated with.