UCalgary peer programs

Sometimes you want to talk to someone with the same experience as you.

Peer Listening


Come visit!

Come virtually visit with a trained student volunteer who is ready to listen and talk with you about your concerns. The peer listener is knowledgeable about on- and off-campus resources that might be suitable for your current experience. Everything you tell them is confidential, unless you're at risk of harming yourself or someone else. Peer listeners are supported by Student Wellness Services.

Peer Listening will run weekdays from September 21 - December 4 at 2:00 - 4:00pm. Peer listening is a drop-in service, if you encounter a Waiting Room the peer listeners may currently be supporting another student, and will admit you when they are able to talk with you. 

Access Peer Listening

Have questions?

If you have questions about the Peer Listening program with Student Wellness Services, please contact Megan MacKay at megan.mackay@ucalgary.ca.

Please note that our volunteer team is currently full for the 2020-2021 academic year and we are not accepting applications. 

Peer support

University can be difficult but you don't have to manage alone.

Visit a virtual drop-in peer support program where student volunteers can talk to you about issues, tell you about on- and off-campus services, or just spend some time listening to you vent. 

Volunteers are trained in active listening and helping skills. Everything you tell them is confidential, unless you're at risk or harming yourself or someone else. 


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