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Health and Wellness

COVID-19 Immunization Clinics

Throughout the summer and fall, the Student Wellness Centre on the Waterloo campus is holding first dose COVID-19 immunization clinics on the Waterloo campus for students, faculty, and staff.  The first clinics are Friday June 25, and Monday June 28, 2021. Click here to register

Service Update

The Student Wellness Centre is open, but we are conducting most appointments remotely, and we are closed to drop-in traffic.  
On the Waterloo campus, we answer the phone from 9 am to 7:30 pm Monday, and Wednesday and from 9 am to 4:15 pm Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.  We are closed over the lunch hour from 12 to 1 p.m.   
On the Brantford campus, we answer the phone from 8:30 am to 4 pm.

  • Please call us to book an appointment with a physician, nurse, mental health nurse, or counsellor;
  • Everyone entering the Student Wellness Centre is required to bring their own mask and wear it at all times.  Review Laurier's on-campus protocols before you come;
  • If you are experiencing a new or worse cough, shortness of breath, fever, or have had close contact with a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19, go to the Government of Ontario COVID-19 page;
  • The Student Wellness Centre does not have COVID-19 test kits on site;
  • Documentation of illness and the completion of all forms have been suspended until further notice. Please use the Illness Self-Declaration Form

Visit our Mental Health Resources page under ‘Remote Resources’ for more support during this disruption to in-person counselling services.

Visit Laurier's Coronavirus page for information on how Laurier is handling the situation. 

About the Student Wellness Centres

Laurier's Student Wellness Centres are the home of all physical, emotional and mental health services for students on our Waterloo and Brantford campuses. We are a multidisciplinary team offering comprehensive, collaborative service to help you get the best support in the most seamless and coordinated manner possible.  We welcome and support diverse communities.

Make sure you have your health card information ready when you call.  We need to confirm this information when we book you an appointment!

Visits to the Student Wellness Centre for medical appointments are generally covered by provincial health insurance (OHIP) or UHIP. The cost of counselling sessions is covered by your student services fees: you will not be charged for attending a counselling appointment. Certain types of appointments, certain forms requested by third parties, and certain types of documentation are subject to additional fees. Visit our Appointments and Fees page for information about fees for uninsured services.

If you are suicidal or do not think you can keep yourself safe right now: