It’s sooooo much.
It does so much.
It means so much.
It’s a physical space.
– It’s a community health and wellness space.
– Picture an alternative community centre, place to pause or re-charge.
– Offering free teas/coffees, snacks, etc.
– Open to all.
It’s a community.
– Through peer supports and programming, we strengthen students to live their whole selves
with dignity—prioritizing traditionally under-represented and underserved students.
It’s also the centre for community groups that work together and independently to prioritize
diverse supports for traditionally marginalized students.
Examples of past and ongoing groups:
- Black Students’ Group.
- First Nations, Inuit, Métis students’ Group.
- Disabilities Students’ Group.
- International and Racialized Students’ Group.
- LGBTQ Students’ Group.
- Women & Trans Students’ Group.
It does care work.
– With a focus on health campaigns and programming on such areas as consent, sexual health
education, harm reduction, etc.
– It collaborates with community health providers and provides resources and referrals.
– It runs workshops and trainings year-round.