On a small campus, it's easy to find a helping hand.

Mount Allison offers many different services to support your mental, physical, and spiritual well-being, as well as to help you prepare for your future career.


The award-winning team at Mount Allison’s Meighen Centre provides services for students with learning disabilities, as well as provides accessibility services.

Career development

Experiential Learning and Career Development supports career planning and hands-on learning opportunities for all Mount Allison students. These experiences happen inside the classroom, in our local community, and around the world.

Financial help

Mount Allison provides financial support through scholarships, bursaries, awards, and on-campus employment. Financial aid and awards counsellors are also available to help you navigate your financial aid options.

Residence life

The residence leader-to-student ratio is 1:14 — one of the best in the country. Each residence house on campus has residence leadership teams to help make the best of your residence experience.

Safety and security

Mount Allison strives to maintain a secure, supportive, and equitable environment for all members of our University community with a community-based approach to safety and security on campus.


Computing Services offers support with student technology through the CSD HelpDesk. Resources include printing and computer labs, WIFI, student email, and Office 365 help.

Looking for help with your academics? Visit academic support and resources.

Health and wellness

Staff across campus collaborate together to provide comprehensive wellness services to support your mental, physical and spiritual well-being.

Health services

The Wellness Centre provides non-emergency primary health and wellness services for all Mount Allison students.

Mental health

Mental health and wellness at Mount Allison includes counselling services, outreach programs, and student engagement.

Stay active

Mount Allison is committed to providing a wide range of sport, fitness, and recreational opportunities that promote healthy, active lifestyles.

Spiritual care

Spiritual care services at Mount Allison is for students of all spiritual, religious, and philosophical paths — for all faiths and no faiths.

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Student services news

Vice-President, International and Student Affairs Anne Comfort set to retire in August 2024
Vice-President, International and Student Affairs Anne Comfort will be retiring on August 2, 2024. Her last day in the office will be June 28.