Student Counselling

The Students Counseling Unit offers confidential and culturally-appropriate counseling services to help students overcome both academic and personal challenges.Students often seek counseling to examine issues such as relationships, family problems, stress, cultural differences, assertiveness, self-esteem, depression and anxiety. The student counselor coordinates an on-going series of life skills workshops on topics such as exam stress, time-management skills and social skills.SCU also provides the following services:

Individual Counseling

The Student Counseling Unit (SCU) provides individual counseling to all students concerned about personal, social and moral issues.

Group Counseling
For students with mutual concerns but in a group format. Groups are typically formed of 6 to 8 students and meet weekly for a period of 60 to 90 minutes.

Counseling Programs
Counseling programs include workshops and other campaigns to enhance student's knowledge in different areas that has a great impact on their daily lives.