We are Open Weekdays: 9am - 4:30pm
The SU Wellness Centre is the collaboration of Health Services, Counselling Services and Faith & Spirituality Centre to provide wellness in body, mind, and spirit to support academic and personal success. Whether you are a part of the Undergraduate Student Health Plan or the Graduate Student Health Plan or not, all students and their dependants can access the following:
- Counselling Services for personal, academic and career development
- Health Services including family medicine, chiropractic, nutrition, massage therapy and dental services
- Faith & Spirituality Centre for multi-faith spiritual support and guidance
- Travel Clinic for travel consultations and immunizations
- Wellness Guide for information on a wide range of health topics
If you are from out of province, sign up for Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan here!
Vaccine is no longer available at Alberta Health Services' clinics or the Wellness Centre.
If you are ill, please stay home. If you have serious symptoms consult with Health Link 1 866 408 5465. Further information, including self care guidelines from Alberta Health Services is available through this link.
The community is encouraged to practice thorough handwashing and cough etiquette in managing the spread of any virus.
We promote wellness through:
Approaches to restoration of body, mind and spiritual well-being
Individual and community health promotion and education
Professional training programs, student leadership opportunities and research programs addressing student life issues
Community building and engagement
The SU Wellness Centre supports the University of Calgary by providing integrated and expanded health and wellness services promoting the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of students within a supportive community.
We are a leading centre for innovative, collaborative and comprehensive wellness services that enhances the personal and academic success of every U of C student.
Community: We work to create a university community that promotes belonging, compassion and collaboration among students and professionals.
Development: Promoting greater health and success for students and Wellness Centre staff.
Diversity: We strive to provide quality services which reflect sensitivity to diversity, including gender, ethnicity, race, ability, sexual/affectional orientation, religion and values.
Accountability: Promoting responsible and reliable service
We gratefully acknowledge the generosity of the Students' Union and The University of Calgary in the building of the newly renovated SU Wellness Centre.