There are several ways that you can get involved on campus to contribute to a healthy and thriving community!
The Importance of Student Engagement
Students have a valuable role to play in improving student mental health and well-being. At Carleton, students are encouraged to participate through meaningful opportunities to share knowledge, connect with peers and play a role in decision-making processes. Actively engaged students can help improve wellness in the university as whole, can prevent mental health crises and contribute to overall academic success.
If you are looking to get more involved in changing the culture around Mental Health on campus, then consider joining our Student Mental Health Engagement Committee
Wellness Workshops and Training
Throughout the year Carleton University offers a variety of workshops and training opportunities to give students the opportunity the opportunity to gain the skills needed to provide peer support and have conversations around mental health and well-being in our community.
This year we have both synchronous and asynchronous workshops to help you tackle this academic year.
Procrastination and Self-Regulation: Residence Counselling Skills Group
Let’s Talk Doodling – PMC Friday Social
Self-Care Sessions for Racialized Students
Let’s Talk Pomodoro vs. Flow Techniques – PMC Friday Social