We do this by providing eligible students with a Health and Dental insurance plan, as well as by offering a variety of programs and services designed to promote a healthy lifestyle and to bring awareness to physical and mental wellness.
Health and Wellness events sponsored by the SA fun and informative and include:
You can find out more information on our special events on our events calendar.
If you have any questions about the SA’s Health and Wellness initiatives, you can visit our Health and Wellness Coordinator at the Student Association Centre in SE2, Burnaby Campus.
Lacking culinary skills? Bored with microwaved meals? Kitchen-confused?
Sign up for Crash Course Cooking @ the Student Association Centre in SE2, where you will learn how to make fast, nutritious meals on a student budget. Cooking here happens in a group environment, so you can share a group meal at the end.
It’s true what they say…breakfast really is the most important meal of the day. Eating breakfast can improve cognitive performance, test scores, and achievement scores in students. Come join us in the Great Hall in SE 2 on the third Wednesday of every month for a free healthy breakfast from 8:00am – 9:00am September through April. Relax, watch some cartoons, and visit with friends!
Need a quick healthy snack? Stop by the Career and Student Resource Centre in SE 2 on the second Friday of every month from 8 AM – 4 PM to grab a fresh piece of FREE fruit!
Come relax and release your inner Picasso with monthly art therapy at Habitat! We provide the paint, brushes, aprons, canvases, and you get to take your masterpiece home. For the next event date, please check our Events Calendar or visit the Student Association Centre in SE 2. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the SA Centre. Click here to Sign up
Sign up to receive a selection of fresh organic fruits and vegetables from Spud conveniently delivered to BCIT monthly for $15.50. This service is also available at satellite campuses through your Satellite Coordinator.
For more information on order and delivery dates please check back here regularly or visit our Student Association Centre in SE2.
The BCIT Student Association in collaboration with BCIT Recreation Services are excited to announce that they are launching a nap room on campus beginning January 11th, 2016. This initiative was created in an effort to contribute to our Health & Wellness programming; A short 30-40 min nap can significantly improve mental health and focus.
Learn how to practice mindfulness and fit it into your busy life to improve attention, reduce stress, and promote physical and emotional well-being. Sessions are led by Judy Bushnell, MA, CCC from BCIT Counselling & Student Development.
Beginners welcome! No registration required.
SE14 (Library) Room 303