Need Immediate Help?

SEEK HELP IMMEDIATELY if, at any time, thoughts of death or suicide are accompanied by:

  • a fear that you will hurt yourself
  • securing a means to self-harm (e.g. finding pills or a gun)
  • and/or a plan for suicide

Support from the EL Office

Students are always encouraged to reach out to the EL Office when needing support. The EL Office team can help by:

  • calling a Student Support and Outreach Coordinator on behalf of students in distress
  • connecting students to on- and off-campus resources
  • advocating for students to obtain wellness supports
  • discussing how to navigate time away from a placement

Student Wellness


The Student Wellness Centre offers urgent and non-urgent physical and mental health care to USask students and their dependents. The Student Wellness Centre offers a variety of clinical services, educational programs, and mental health counselling.

The Student Wellness Centre is not a walk-in clinic. Call to book a virtual or in-person appointment. Have your health card and student number ready before calling the office and please let them know if you are outside of Saskatchewan.

Students requiring same-day mental health support should connect with Student Affairs and Outreach.

Services include:

- Family physicians
- Nurse practitioners
- Registered nurses
- Community mental health nurses
- Psychiatrists
- Social workers and Counsellors
- Psychologists
- Obs-Gyne resident
- Dietitian
- Physiotherapists
- Chiropractor
- Massage therapist
- Peer health education

Student Affairs and Outreach


The Student Affairs and Outreach team offers same-day support to students, crisis response, educational programming, and consultation with faculty, staff, and students who are concerned about a student.

Students can call or book an appointment online.

Students in Distress

Students requiring immediate support can call a Student Support and Outreach Coordinator.

Social workers provide practical immediate support, education, coaching, mentorship, crisis intervention & management, problem-solving, resource navigation, referrals to on and off-campus resources, and ongoing follow-up care.  

Hours: Monday to Friday between 8:30AM and 4:30PM (SK Time)

General Line: (306) 966-5757


After Hours Supports

Crisis Intervention

Support for Indigenous Students