Student Counselling & Development

Keele Campus

Walk-In Counselling Hours of Operation

9 a.m. to 4 p.m. - Monday to Friday*
*Please note that walk-in clients will be accepted until 3 p.m.

Location

Room N 110, Bennett Centre for Student Services
Telephone: 416-736-5297

Eligibility

You are eligible for Student Counselling & Development (SCD) if you are a York University student who is currently registered and enrolled in courses

Emergency Support

We offer walk-in appointments until 3pm daily. After this time, we kindly ask students to return tomorrow (or the next suitable day for your schedule) for a walk-in appointment unless you need immediate emergency support.

What is an Emergency?

  • Feeling highly suicidal and at risk of acting on these feelings
  • Recent sexual or physical assault
  • Struggling with thoughts that you might severely hurt another person(s)

After Hours:

Should you require assistance for an urgent situation outside of our regular operating hours, you can call:

  • Police at 911
  • York Security at extension 33333
  • Assaulted Women’s Helpline 416-863-0511
  • Good2talk.org 1 866 925 5454
  • 211Ontario.ca *211

The Closest Hospital Emergency Department is:

Humber River Hospital
1235 Wilson Avenue (just north of Highway 401)
The phone number for the emergency department is 416-242-1000.

Glendon Campus

The Accessibility, Well-Being and Counselling (AWC) Centre at Glendon Campus also offers a range of services to students, including personal counselling and accessibility services for students with learning, mental health, physical, sensory and medical disabilities.

Mission Statement

Student Counselling & Development (SCD), through its professional staff, strives to provide a range of essential psychological services to the York University Community in order to optimize the quality of the scholarly and communal life of the university. The primary aim of SCD is to help students realize, develop, and fulfill their personal potential in order to maximally benefit from their university experience. Achieving this aim requires that a range of programs as well as individual and group counselling are available to all students enrolled at the university. SCD also acts as a resource to faculty and staff of the university.