To assist students affected by ongoing events, we have compiled a list of resources. 


Student Wellness Centre

The Student Wellness Centre offers support, including counseling to all Uvic students. If you feel you need professional support, you can book an appointment with them, or find more details, through their website:


UVic Law Centre 

The Law Centre provides advice, assistance and representation to clients who cannot afford a lawyer. You can reach out to them at 250-385-1221 or find more information through their website: 


UVic Multifaith Centre

The Uvic Multifaith Centre hosts a team of spiritual care providers, including both Jewish and Muslim members. They can provide much-needed one-on-one support to those of you who are in need. You can find them in the Student Wellness Centre. You can also reach out to them by phone, at 250 721 8338, or by email, at


Office of the Ombudsperson

The Ombudsperson is an independent, impartial, and confidential resource for students. They can help with a range of issues students face — particularly relevant are academic accommodations, concessions, and appeals. Should you find yourself in need of their support, more info can be found here:


Peer Support Centre

The Peer Support Centre is home to a team of dedicated volunteers looking to support students in times of crisis, and help them find next steps. You can find them in their office in the SUB during support hours. These hours vary slightly in the summer, but run from approximately 1pm-2pm on Monday and 1pm-2:30pm on Thursday. Exact times and details can be found at

You can also reach them by email, at



SupportConnect is a free, confidential counselling program for Uvic students. You can call them toll-free from North America at 1 844 773 1427, or phone them internationally at 1 250 999 7621. You can also access their services online, at


Dialogue App – Conversation 

This past year the uncapped mental health support program Conversation was added to the UVSS Extended Health and Dental Plan. You can visit the Studentcare office in the SUB (room A102) or click on the following link:


The Anti-Violence Project

The Anti-Violence Project (AVP) is dedicated to supporting and uplifting those affected by violence. They focus on sexualized violence, but support all those who are in need. They offer drop-in support hours from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. You can also book an appointment by visiting their office between 10 am and 4 pm Monday through Thursday, calling their phone at 250-721-8080, or emailing them at

They also have a number of supports listed on their website. More info can be found at