Security officers patrol campus every evening, seven days a week, and are available for assistance by calling 364-2228. If you have an emergency, please call 911.

Walk Home Service
The Walk Home Service is available during major student-run events in residence and the student centre or upon request. E-mail to inquire about setting up a walk home time or call or text (506) 224-0269.

Sexual harassment support
Mount Allison’s SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education) program helps students who have been sexually harassed or assaulted.

24-hour crisis line, 540-7427 (SHARE)

The program provides confidential advice, help with missed classes, access to emergency services, support during any medical, legal, or judicial proceedings, and works to prevent sexual harassment and assault through education.

Mental health & wellness
Resources including counsellors, a mental health educator, and access to psychologists.

University chaplain
The University chaplain offers counselling, small group nurture and pastoral care, and mentoring in spiritual as well as academic areas. He serves both the Christian community on campus and also the wider community of students and employees of all and no religious backgrounds. The chaplain is an experienced counsellor, and has a particular focus on issues of identity and meaning, relationships, death, and bereavement. Marriage preparation and crisis counselling also form a significant part of his work. Small groups for study and discussion, spiritual development, and grief support are offered through the academic year.

John Perkin, chaplain
Phone: (506) 364-2227

ESS (Event service staff)
ESS are students who provide security for all events that sell or serve alcohol. ESS are trained in first aid and can provide quick help when needed. For more information regarding ESS, please e-mail

Student Life Office
If you are unsure where to go or who to call with questions or concerns, contact the Student Life Office at (506) 364-2255 or by e-mail at

Security Matters Committee
The Security Matters Committee serves as the primary mechanism for Mount Allison students to ask questions, raise concerns, and share information about personal safety and security on campus. The committee is comprised of those directly responsible for personal safety and security on campus and can be reached by e-mailing