Schulich Wellness Yoga

Schulich Wellness

Creating a healthy community

About Schulich Wellness

The Schulich School of Engineering offers curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular programs for students, faculty and staff. We believe that healthy individuals create a healthy community.

Our Schulich Wellness room (ENA 06) hosts numerous events throughout the academic year and is a welcoming drop-in space for all students on campus. We offer: 

Board games
Yoga and meditation
Mental health and wellness workshops
A place to unwind with friends
And more!

Pinball machines

May 27 - 31, 2024

9 - 10 a.m.      
10 - 11 a.m.      
11 a.m. - 12 p.m.      
12 - 1 p.m.  Yoga with George McFaul. RegisterSleep Yoga with George McFaul. RegisterYoga with George McFaul. RegisterLunch and Learn: Anxiety Hack-Resilient Thinking Domain. Register
1 - 2 p.m.      
2 - 3 p.m.      
3 - 4 p.m.      
4 - 5 p.m. Schulich Soundstage Piano. Register    
5 - 6 p.m. Schulich Soundstage Piano. Register    




Berryl Gamayao

ENGG 201 Class

Certificate in Personal and Community Mental Well-Being

This certificate supports student wellbeing, ensuring that every student who enters engineering has an opportunity to develop their resilience. Research by Alameda (2009) found that students benefit from mental health and wellness instruction to teach resilience and coping skills. Using already scheduled class time to teach these topics, and delivering co-curricular material specifically for engineers, we support students' mental well-being as well as their academic achievement. 

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Schulich Wellness - Paint night
Schulich Wellness - Mental Health

UCalgary student resources

Access 24/7 mental health support. After-hours calls enable you to speak with a crisis counsellor from the Wood’s Homes’ Community Resource Team, or a highly trained volunteer at the Distress Centre (available in more than 200 languages).

Visit with a trained student-volunteer who is ready to listen and talk with you about your concerns. Peer listeners are knowledgeable about on- and off-campus resources.

Access videos, learning modules, online information, apps and more that provide mental health information and strategies to help you make positive changes to your health and wellbeing. 

Looking for effective strategies to maintain positive mental health? Register for one of our workshops today.

Offers a variety of workshops that cover various mental health topics. Register for a workshop today. 

These multi-session, ongoing groups provide support, mental health information and strategies to promote your wellbeing. Groups are facilitated by psychologists and social workers from the UCalgary mental health team. 

UCalgary's Harm Reduction Support Advisors can: help you with problematic substance use, dependency or behavioural addiction; offer referrals to substance-use programs, long-term treatment or specialized services; and provide collaborative, holistic support for substance-use concerns.

There are a number of supports, both on and off campus, that are available if you or someone you know has had someone perpetrate sexual violence against them.

UCalgary staff and faculty resources

TELUS Health's Employee and Family Assistance Plan (EFAP) is a confidential service available to employees and their dependents, at no cost. TELUS Health has a variety of services, including counselling, financial and legal consultation, childcare and eldercare locator tools, and much more. 

UCalgary's Mental Health Consultant, Amanda Habiak, provides confidential consultation to faculty and staff seeking mental-health support and resources. The mental health consultant is available only during regular business hours.

Faculty and staff play an important role in promoting a positive mental health. Learn to recognize common signs of distress and how you can offer assistance and support to a colleague in distress.

Know the mental health resources available at UCalgary so you can guide your team in the event of a critical incident.

Worried about a student? Recognizing signs of distress and responding with care and concern can help resolve issues that are road-blocks to success. 

There are a number of supports, both on and off campus, that are available if you or someone you know has had someone perpetrate sexual violence against them.

In December 2015, the University of Calgary launched the Campus Mental Health Strategy, a bold commitment to the mental health and well-being of our university family.