health services

The Marie Curie clinic

To lose the campus walk-in, is to lose the one place on campus where students in crisis could go for immediate support — no online forms, phone intakes, or months of waiting.

The U of O needs a secondary walk-in clinic on campus. As the student population grows, so will wait times. There’s a plethora of walk-in clinics on Rideau, but who wants to venture out that far when they’re coughing up a lung?

Free STI testing on campus seeks to break world record The University of Ottawa wants to make sure midterms aren’t the only tests on students’ minds this semester with the Pee to See Challenge. The U of O will be competing against Carleton University, Algonquin College and La Cité collégiale to see which academic institution …

The University of Ottawa Health Services has cut its two on-staff psychologists in what it has called a “reorganization” of mental health services offered by the university.

Missing a pet back at home? The University of Ottawa’s Student Academic Success Service and Health Services have teamed up with a solution in the form of “pet therapy.”

The U of O has a team of eight students working with Leave the Pack Behind to promote awareness of the services they offer to support faculty, staff, and students who want to quit smoking.