Mount Allison takes a collaborative approach to student wellness.

The University recognizes the interconnected relationship between mental and physical health and the importance of prioritizing student wellness. Mount Allison strives to provide comprehensive wellness support for students.

Questions? Email wellness@mta.ca or call (506) 364-2163.

Book an appointment

The Wellness Centre team consists of a nurse, physician, counsellors, a social worker, and a sexualized violence consultant. Appointment required.

Wellness Centre is open during the academic year (Sept.-April).

Book an appointment

Cold, Flu, and COVID-19

Fall and winter are prime seasons for respiratory viruses such as colds, flu, and COVID-19. Visit campus updates for the latest information on vaccinations, and what to do if you are feeling unwell.

How can we help?

Find the professional health and wellness support you need at the on-campus Wellness Centre or in the local community.

Primary health care

Access a variety of medical care services to address your health care needs, including a nurse and physician.

Counsellors and social workers

Access mental health services for your overall mental health and well-being, including counsellors and a social worker.

Accessibility services

Access support for students with disabilities and medical conditions, whether permanent or temporary.


On-site community partners

Fee-for-service appointments at the Wellness Centre

Mount Allison has partnerships with several external providers offering fee-for-service appointments at the Wellness Centre. Some fees may be covered by the Mount Allison Students' Union insurance plan. Check back for information on partnerships for the 2024-25 year.

Garnet Guide for Students

Not sure where to go for mental health? The Garnet Guide for Students is a comprehensive, holistic guide to navigating mental health and wellness at Mount Allison.

Student wellness and healthy living

We're here to help support student wellness in a safe, respectful, and inclusive environment.

Wellness outreach and education

Staff at the Wellness Centre provide health and wellness promotion, education, and programming to the entire Mount Allison community.

Student of concern

If you're concerned about a student's well-being or safety, please make a referral to the Student of Concern Case Team.

Help with situations impacting your studies

Find out how to get assistance with situations impacting your studies including a disability, ongoing medical condition, temporary health concerns, or a family emergency


Contact us

Wellness Centre