The Student Well-being Committee is a group of students, staff, and faculty working together to address student health and well-being. The SWBC is driven by student ideas and initiatives, with the goal of opening dialogues to improve student experiences.

The 5 current working topics of the SWBC are the following:

1. Communication
2. Stress and mental health, general wellness
3. Building condition, comfort, and safety
4. Technology and fabrication
5. Structure and culture of the School


The Azrieli School Student Well-being Committee is trying to collect student feedback to open a dialogue and to improve student experiences. This is a tool for conversation. Information will be shared and discussed.

The role of this portal is to understand student experience and gather data in order to, as best we can, serve the students at the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism and support your well-being needs. There is no guarantee that we can resolve or act upon all the suggestions and feedback given, however, our aim is to gather information from our students in order to make informed decisions moving forward.

*This is not a regularly monitored portal, and is intended to be used for feedback, NOT for emergency situations. For support and access to resources related to well-being, please view our resource links.


How could student well-being be improved at the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism? Please use THIS FORM or click the button below to describe your suggestions, concerns or thoughts on well-being at the school. You can consider broad areas of improvement in terms of well-being and mental health programs, make suggestions for new extracurricular programs or tutorials, speak to conditions of the physical or working environment at the school, etc. Please be as specific as you desire.

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