Student supports for this fall

The University will have a detailed plan to ensure health and safety during the delivery of student support services, including the use of face masks, self-monitoring tools, protocols to monitor and follow students for any signs of illness, and processes to address COVID testing if needed.

  • Academic support services such as the Library, Meighen Centre, and Experiential Learning and Career Development will continue to operate.
  • Health and wellness programming, peer tutoring, and academic advising will be delivered in a virtual or in-person format, following Public Health guidelines.
  • Mental health and counselling support and appointments will be available virtually and by phone. On-campus appointments will be available when this is safe for both staff and students and when appropriate physical distancing and mask protocols are followed.
  • A range of instructional supports are also being developed for faculty to assist in the development of curriculum and teaching strategies for the revised course delivery models.

Services currently available

Libraries & Archives

Although the library locations are currently closed, resources and services are available remotely. Online resources are still accessible and librarians are available to help you with your research and with locating resources for your final assignments.

Registrar's Office

  • Services are available by phone or e-mail
  • E-mail for more information

Academic advising

  • In-person appointments are suspended
  • Services are available by e-mail:
  • Services are also available via Microsoft Teams chat or video. Book a chat/video appointment at

Experiential Learning & Career Development

  • In-person appointments are suspended
  • Services are still available by Teams meeting, phone, or e-mail
  • E-mail for digital appointments

Meighen Centre

  • In-person appointments are suspended
  • Services are still available by phone, e-mail, or online
  • E-mail or call/text (506) 962-5937

Indigenous student support

  • Mawita'mkw is closed until further notice
  • Service is available by e-mail; contact Patti Musgrave at

Owens Art Gallery

Computing Services

Wellness Centre  

  • Wellness check-ins: students can e-mail and a team member will get in touch for a wellness check-in. This service will be available from 1-4 p.m., Monday-Friday
  • For health matters, e-mail
  • For counselling, e-mail (available until June 26)
  • For other wellness related inquiries, e-mail
  • For immediate assistance and/or after hours support, contact the CHIMO helpline at 1-800-667-5005
  • For a medical appointment with a doctor within New Brunswick students should visit