Student Affairs Services

Student

Located in Student Affairs, students can access health counselling from the Student Health Centre on UPEI Campus.

Counselling Services offers confidential, short term help to students dealing with personal, relational or mental health concerns.

UPEI's Student Diversity Office (SDO) is a student directed office under the leadership of student coordinators, in association with Student Affairs and the Diversity and Social Justice Studies program. 

Students looking for academic assistance have access to the Student Tutoring program, which is staffed by current UPEI students.

Students facing financial hardship can obtain food items at the campus food bank.

UPEI's Learning Strategist can help students with the academic and personal skills they need to succeed in their studies.

Proctors for UPEI community members wishing to take external exams are available through the Webster Centre for Teaching and Learning.

New Student Orientation (NSO) is the first week on campus for incoming UPEI Students. Facilitated by over 100 upper-year students, it is the most spirited week at UPEI.

Students with specific academic needs can request academic accommodation through the Webster Centre for Teaching and Learning.

Staff

Faculty and staff with concerns about a student's personal, academic, and career paths may contact counselling services to make a referral on the student's behalf.

Student Affairs counsellors and staff are available to make presentations and to consult with groups, such as classes, residence communities, and academic departments.

Prospective Student

UPEI's Learning Strategist can help students with the academic and personal skills they need to succeed in their studies.

New Student Orientation (NSO) is the first week on campus for incoming UPEI Students. Facilitated by over 100 upper-year students, it is the most spirited week at UPEI.

Students with specific academic needs can request academic accommodation through the Webster Centre for Teaching and Learning.

Faculty

Faculty and staff with concerns about a student's personal, academic, and career paths may contact counselling services to make a referral on the student's behalf.

Student Affairs counsellors and staff are available to make presentations and to consult with groups, such as classes, residence communities, and academic departments.