Campus Community Resources & Support
The University of Guelph provides a wide range of support services for members of the graduate student community.
The Graduate Student Learning Initiative (GSLI) is a collaborative endeavour that brings together key campus services that support academic and professional skill development for graduate students as learners, instructors, researchers and professionals.
Supports the intellectual, social and moral development of students of every racial, ethnic and religious group through education, services and resources.
With clubs and groups to engage and entertain everyone, you won’t find it hard to develop interests and passions outside of class.
Advocate anti-oppression issues within a feminist framework and offer a supportive, relaxing atmosphere for people of all or no genders.
At Guelph, you will find support, community and acceptance. We strive to foster an environment in which people, regardless of personal characteristics such as race, disability, sexual orientation and gender, are treated with dignity and respect. The university's commitment to human rights is articulated in the "Human Rights at the University of Guelph" document, found on the DHR website.
We provide services for assistance with human rights matters, and training sessions on human rights and equity issues.
The accessibility needs of graduate students with disabilities are unique to each individual. SAS' commitment to you is to listen to your experience and collaborate with you on a plan for accessibility in your degree program.
Based in the Department of Student Life, the Multi-Faith Resource Team represents a number of faiths and works together to meet the religious and spiritual needs of the university community. The team is committed to promoting friendliness, religious understanding, harmony in diversity and spiritual growth.
Programs and services include:
- Supporting Christian, Hindu, Sikh, Jewish and Muslim faiths and those who identify as spiritual but not religious,
- Scheduled services and faith community meetings,
- Discussion groups on faith and justice topics,
A multidisciplinary team including physicians, nurses, psychiatrist, registered dietitian, addiction counsellor and health educator
Services include appointment and walk-in clinics for comprehensive health and medical care, immunization and allergy clinics, a Dispensary.
Find information about healthy relationships, all areas of sexuality, stress management, body image, nutrition, alcohol and other drug awareness
Join one of our issue-based teams, such as ABC, an alcohol awareness group on campus, or AWL, focusing on positive body images
Professional staff includes sports medicine physicians, massage therapists, chiropractors, physiotherapists, registered dieticians, pedorthists and osteopaths
Services available include diagnosis, rehabilitation and health promotion
Our counsellors have backgrounds in social work, education, psychology and couple and family therapy.
Services include individual counselling, therapy groups, crisis response, training and consultation, stress management programs and academic support.
Find a Job!
Attend a Workshop
Develop your job search strategy skills, learn how effectively network with employers, improve your interview skills & more. Co-operative Education & Career Services professional Career Advisors offer a variety of career related workshops throughout the semester. Visit the "Events & Workshops" calendar in Recruit Guelph for a full listing of career related events.