USSU Centre Discord
The USSU Centres have created a Discord server in place of the regular centre space and programming. It is accessible by all current USask undergraduate students.
The Discord server includes the Help Centre, Pride Centre, Women’s Centre, and a general lobby for undergraduate students to connect. The space is a safe environment where students can interact with one another, participate in events, and seek USSU representatives’ support.
Join the USSU Centres Discord Server
If you have any questions about using Discord, email email@example.com
USSU Help Centre Peer Support program offers support and referrals regarding sexual health, queer issues, academic issues, suicide, pregnancy and other student issues. They are available by appointment and on a walk-in basis during centre hours.
Eating Disorder Support Group
Hosted by the USSU Help Centre, this student-run support group meets weekly to provide support and community to students who live with anorexia, bulimia, binge-eating, and other eating disorders.
This group is open to anyone affected by an eating disorder who would like to discuss issues related to their condition(s) with other students affected by eating disorders. Meetings are currently every Tuesday night at 7pm at the USSU Help Centre (on the main floor of MUB).
The USSU Help Centre Exam File has over 1000 exams from a wide variety of courses. The Exam File requires student participation to remain up to date. Students are encouraged to bring old exams to the Help Centre. To request an exam, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the course name, number and the instructor.
Mental Health Support Group
The USSU wants you to know that you are not alone! If you are struggling with your mental health and think you need support, come to the Mental Health Support Group held every Wednesday at 7pm in the USSU Help Centre, (located in room 105, Memorial Building).
You will meet, discuss and get to know others who have been dealing with mental health. The Mental Health Support Group is a safe space to open up and can provide different resources that may help you with your mental health.
It’s free, so come by!
The USSU Help Centre, together with community partners at Living Works offers on campus A.S.I.S.T. (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training). For more information, contact the Help Centre or Living Works
The USSU Help Centre offers many other services to help students on a daily basis. We offer a free phone, free condoms, candy, a kitchenette, maps, transit info, friendly faces, a positive space and so much more.