Student Health and Wellness

Brock’s Student Wellness and Accessibility Centre groups together Student Health Services (SHS), Student Accessibility Services (SAS), and Personal Counselling Services (PCS). The team is focused on supporting accessibility and well-being through an inclusive and collaborative approach to service delivery.

Student Health Services is a confidential and comprehensive service with a team of nurses, physicians and administrative staff working together to manage your medical/health needs. Student Health Services is located in Harrison Hall, next to Campus Security. Appointments can be booked by calling 905 688 5550 x3243 or by stopping by the Harrison Hall office. Book an appointment for things like: mental health concerns, alcohol/drug concerns, dressings, health exams, immunizations/injections, STI testing, suture removal, travel medicine, and wart treatment.

Student Health Services also runs urgent care walk-in clinics, staffed by SHS doctors and medical staff, weekday mornings, at our Campus Pharmacy site (September – April) AND afternoons at our Harrison Hall site. Visit one of our urgent care walk-in clinics for things like: Birth control repeats, bladder infections, ear aches, eye infections, fever, flu, sore throats/coughs/colds, sprains, or yeast infections

To book an appointment yourself, call 905-688-5550 x 3243. You will need to present a valid health card (OHIP, UHIP, etc.) at your appointment. You can find their hours of operation, and services offered at brocku.ca/healthservices.

The Counselling staff offers free services for students who are experiencing personal/social/emotional difficulties while studying at Brock University. The majority of services are offered on an individual basis; however they do offer some group programs. To make an appointment, please call x 4750. Personal Counselling is located in Schmon Tower 400 and can be reached at 905-688-5550 x 3240 or online at brocku.ca/personal-counselling

Our priorities are to support and foster independence in students with accessibility needs; advocate for accessibility for students; and provide resources and education opportunities for staff and faculty to ensure a welcoming environment in compliance with Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) guidelines and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). We can be reached at 905 688-5550 x 3240 and for more information please check out our website at: brocku.ca/sas

The Student Health and Wellness HUB is a space where students can drop in to chat with a Peer Health Educator about ways to improve their overall health and wellness. Students can expect to get connected to resources and groups available to them on campus from a wide variety of topic areas, including but not limited to; mental health, sexual health, sleep, physical activity, nutrition, healthy relationships, and stress. We are open weekdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. drop in and say hi!