EUS Health

EUS Health

1) Report an incident

Incident Response Form

Q: What type of incident can I report?
A: Anything equity-related, whether it happened at an EUS event, off campus, in class, in a lab- anything. There’s no such thing as an invalid submission!

Q: Who will be on the recipient side of this form?
A: The EUS equity co-commissioners. Your submission will remain highly confidential.

2) EUS Equity

EUS Equity promotes diversity, inclusion, and equity in engineering at McGill University. You can contact the co-commissioners directly via email:

3) EUS Mental Health Committee

EUS Mental Health is a committee under the President's portfolio. EUS Mental Health promotes mental wellness in engineering at McGill University. The committee is chaired by the Mental Health Commissioner. The committee communicates mostly through the EUS Mental Health facebook page

They recently ran a survey to determine the state of Mental Health amongst Engineering students, and the events they run include study ragers with other student groups, Open Forums, Mental Health Workshops and Study Skills Workshops.

4) McGill Resources on Campus

Health (to see a doctor or a nurse):

Student Health Clinic
Brown Student Services Building
3600 McTavish, 3rd floor
Tel: 514-398-6017

Protip: Make sure you arrive at 7:30am to get a spot! There is usually a long wait list for appointments with a doctor but you can also make appointments to see nurses too!

Mental Health and Incident Response Resources:

Counselling Service
Brown Student Services Building,
3600 McTavish St.,
Montreal, Quebec, H3A 0G3,
Suite 4200,
Tel.: 514-398-3601

Make an appointment to speak with a psychologist, counsellor or therapist.

Psychiatric Service
Brown Student Services Building,
3600 McTavish St.,
Montreal, Quebec, H3A 0G3,
Suite 5500, West Wing,
Tel.: 514-398-3601

Make an appointment to speak with a psychologist.

Nightline (Confidential listening service)
7 days a week

Confidential, anonymous and non-judgemental listening service run by McGill students. For active listening, information or referral, and crisis management.

Peer Support Center
3480 Rue McTavish, Suite 411
Montreal, Quebec
Tel: (514) 398-8500

The Peer Support Centre offers free, drop-in, confidential and non-judgemental peer-to-peer support and resource referral to McGill students.

Sexual Assault Centre of the McGill Students' Society
McGill University
Shatner Bldg. Basement
3480 McTavish, B-27
Montreal, QC H3A 1X9

The Sexual Assault Centre of the McGill Students’ Society (SACOMSS) is a volunteer-run organization committed to supporting survivors of sexual assault and their allies through direct support, advocacy, and outreach. Services include Drop-In and Line (DIAL), Support Groups, Advocacy, and Outreach.

Office for Students with Disabilities
Redpath Library Building, Suite RS56 (entrance is in the tunnel just beside Service Point)
3459 McTavish Street
Montreal, Quebec
H3A 0C9
Tel: 514-398-6009

“You should contact us regardless of whether the difficulties you are experiencing are permanent or temporary, and we provide assistance to both undergraduate and graduate students. The assistance offered through myAccess targets a wide variety of situations, from medical diagnoses to mental health issues and anxiety disorders, and also includes long term support to accompany students with Learning Disabilities, ADD or ADHD, Asperger’s and autism”

Legal Information:

Legal Information Clinic
William Shatner University Centre
3480 McTavish, room 107
Montreal, QC H3A 0E7
Tel: Phone – 514-398-6792

“The Legal Information Clinic at McGill (LICM) is a non-profit, student-run, bilingual and free legal information service. Our mandate is to provide legal information, referral and community services to the McGill and Montreal communities, with a continuing commitment to meeting the needs of marginalized groups”

Financial Aid:

Scholarship and Student Aid Office
Brown Student Services Building
3600 McTavish St #3200
Montreal, QC H3A 0G3
Tel: (514) 398-6013

Make an appointment to speak with a financial aid counsellor if you are experiencing financial difficulties. Emergency financial aid is available for students in need.

5) EUS Sports

EUS Sports organizes inter-department sport (soccer ,flag football, and broomball) competitions every semester! Check out their website for more information on how to get involved.

7) Health McGill

Health Promotion Office
3600 rue McTavish, suite 3100
Montreal, Quebec H3A 0G3

“Healthy McGill connects you to resources, support and information to help you live healthy at McGill. We recognize that 'health' means something different to everyone and encourage students to make decisions that are right for them. We do outreach both online and in-person to students on campus.”

McGill Health Links:

The shag shop
Eat well
Be active
Party safe
Safer sex
Find support
Access care

8) Understanding Depression

This guide is an external resource that was shared with us by InsuranceWith. It is not used in anyway by McGill or the EUS, but does contain some helpful basic information on the different types of depressions and their different effects, and how to spot the signs and symptoms of depression.

9) Places to Relax on Campus

  1. The EUS common room and departmental lounges
  2. Couches in the EUS mall (located in the EUS mall in McConnell, next to Frostbite and the G-Store)
  3. Frostbite (located in the EUS mall in McConnell) !! Ice cream is only $2 on Tuesdays!
  4. Trottier Couches on 2nd floor in the Mezzanine!
  5. The chapel of Birks Building is a great place to take a nap between/during classes! Just lie down on the mezzanine benches and no one will judge you.