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We're here to help enhance and support your wellness in a safe, respectful, and inclusive environment. Our offices are a place where human rights are respected and where 2SLGBTQIA+ people, and their friends and allies, are welcome and supported.
Health Services is currently providing all medical services through in-person appointments.
To book an appointment, please call Health Services or Counselling Services at 519-888-4096.
For those who are unable to call due to accessibility concerns, please email email@example.com indicating that you are unable to book by phone. Please note that this email address is not monitored 24/7 and cannot support urgent or emergency requests.
- Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are available for UWaterloo students and employees. Call 519-888-4096 to book your appointment.
- Oct. 30, 2023
Seasonal influenza outbreaks occur in Canada from late Fall through the Winter months. Campus Wellness, Health Services is pleased to offer the flu vaccine once again through appointment only for all UW Students (and student’s families if registered with the Family Health Clinic), Employees, Alumni and Retirees starting Monday, October 30th.
Please call 519-888-4096 to make an appointment.
- Oct. 5, 2023
Seasonal influenza outbreaks occur in Canada from late Fall through the Winter months. Campus Wellness, Health Services is pleased to once again offer the flu vaccine through appointment only for UW Students (and student’s families if registered with the Family Health Clinic), Employees, Alumni and Retirees.
Those who are considered high-risk will be able to get their flu vaccine starting Tuesday October 10. High Risk Eligibility is as follows:
- Sep. 25, 2023
Campus Wellness would like to remind all students, staff and faculty that we are entering the season for respiratory viruses, including COVID-19, Flu (Influenza) and RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus).
For information on UWaterloo protocols, please refer to the COVID-19 website.
- Dec. 11, 2023
This drop in provides a safe and confidential space to share your experience and concerns related to being a graduate student.
Themes discussed include balancing work and self-care, complications that arise in interpersonal relationships, navigating difficult conversations, getting unstuck, managing perfectionism and the internal critic, imposter syndrome, and fostering resilience.
This drop in is intended to provide members with support, affirmation and interpersonal learning, while also providing some skills and strategies to enhance well-being.
- Dec. 11, 2023
NeuroMinds Collective is a safe haven where your neurodiversity is celebrated, understood, and supported. We're a community of students who share diverse cognitive profiles, including ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, and more. Our aim is to build a tight-knit network where you can freely express your thoughts, concerns, and achievements in a judgment-free zone.
Bringing your favourite fidget/stim device, sensory soothing item, or anything that would make you feel more comfortable is highly encouraged!
- Dec. 12, 2023
Life’s difficulties can all take a toll on our personal well-being. Unmet expectations, academic or workplace stresses, and relationship difficulties can leave us feeling disoriented and confused. When faced with such situations, our mind naturally tries to make sense of our experiences by creating narratives. These stories, often based on one-sided perspectives and incomplete information, can be limiting and unhealthy, yet we often find ourselves repeating them over and over. This can negatively impact how we view ourselves and how we perceive and interact with those around us.