For Current Students

Student Affairs Office
The Student Affairs team supports and encourages students through each stage of their progress towards academic success, promotes healthy approaches to study and extracurricular life, and facilitates exploration and choice of careers.

HOPES Health Centre
HOPES (Halifax Outreach Prevention Education Support) is a student led initiative with the objective of establishing an interprofessional community health clinic for marginalized populations at St. Andrew's Church Sunday Supper. Read more [PDF - 471.37KB].

Student Health & Wellness Services
Dalhousie provides health & wellness support to Dalhousie and King's students through an interprofessional collaborative model and stepped care approach to wellness. With a professional and peer support network, students have access to services and support, workshops, online resources, and more.

Family Physicians
Contact the Student Advisor 
for more information.

Clinical Psychologists in Metro Halifax
Contact the Student Advisor for more information.

Study/Work International Fund, International Centre
Established by Dalhousie University as part of the Student Assistance Program, SWIF provides financial assistance to Dalhousie and King's students who want to take part in an international placement.

Legal Aid and Referrals
The Faculty of Law operates a Legal Aid Clinic intended for low-income clients who may experience problems in the areas of landlord-tenant evictions and living conditions, social assistance appeals and family law. Legal services are provided to eligible individuals and groups from the Halifax/Dartmouth area and are delivered by senior law students, faculty members, staff lawyers and community legal workers. If you encounter difficulty during the year and need legal assistance, telephone for an appointment at 423-8105.

Financial Aid
Contact the Student Advisor for more information.

Dalhousie Ombudsperson
The Dalhousie Ombudsperson's Office is located in the Student Union Building, Room 452. Regular office hours are posted on the door at the beginning of each Semester. The Ombudsperson's Office can also be reached by calling 494-2665. If no one is available to take a call, a message may be left on voice mail.

Dalhousie South House (Formerly Women's Centre)
Provides a drop-in space, resource library and women-positive activities. Call 494-2432.

Students Accessibility
Provides advocacy for students with disabilities on campus and arranges academic accommodations, as needed. Call 494-2836, or 494-7091 (TTY).

Black Student Advising Centre
Provides advocacy for and assistance to black students on campus; also houses a small resource/study room. Call 494-6648.

The Dalhousie Association of Queer Students . Provides support and social activities for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered individuals. Call 494-1256.