A free 7-week psychoeducational and support group for young adults ages 18-30 who experience anxiety. Participants learn healthy coping skills and meet other like-minded students. Gift cards to grocery or meal services are provided.
Are you finding it difficult to eat healthy meals at home on a budget? Are there any special dietary needs that you would like help with? Book a 30- or 45-minute nutrition virtual coaching appointment for personalized support
Students experiencing financial hardship may be eligible for a referral to Quest Food Exchange for lower-cost groceries and the discounted VanCity Annual Pass for a local Bike Share program. To request a referral to these programs, please contact us.
1 in 5 Canadians will experience a mental illness in their life, but this experience will impact 5 in 5 Canadians. That’s why we work to eliminate stigma, increase awareness, and create an inclusive, caring campus each year with our Speak Up Speak Out campaign. Wellness starts with making small healthy choices every day that lead to long term improvements in our wellbeing. The Mind=Body Challenge is a unique two (2) week wellness challenge designed to help students reach their health goals by participating in fun activities and engaging in new resources to keep your mind and body strong.
White Rose Day
In 1989, 14 female students at École Polytechnique in Montreal were killed in a tragic act of violence against women. Join us to commemorate those whose lives have been lost to gender-based violence.
Celebrate the diversity of sexual and gender identities in our community for the annual IDAHTB Day on May 17. Visit our campus booths to learn about the resources available in your community.
Have an Event Idea?
All of the BCITSA Wellness services, programs, and campaigns are designed specifically for you as a BCIT student. If you have an idea for a program or event, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at email@example.com.
Wellness goes by many different names: physical health, mental health, peace, happiness, and more. Being well is an ongoing process and it looks different for everyone. We think of wellness as…
“A dynamic state in which a person in their environment has the opportunity to balance all eight dimensions to thrive and realize their goals.”
The BCIT Student Association Health & Wellness team works to create an environment that promotes student well-being by providing a range of health promotion services across all campuses and connecting students with resources in our community.