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WE’RE DEDICATED TO MAKING LIFE BETTER FOR STUDENTS
Your mental health matters.
Whether you’re feeling stressed, depressed, anxious, or something more, help is here for you and it’s free for Durham College and UOIT students. Here’s how you can reach out:
SA OUTREACH SERVICES (for all students)
North Oshawa: Student Centre, 2nd Floor
905-721-1609 ext. 7615 | firstname.lastname@example.org
UOIT STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH (UOIT students only)
North Oshawa: U5 Building, Student Life suite
Downtown Oshawa: 61 Charles St., 2nd Floor, Student Life suite
905-721-3392 | email@example.com
DURHAM COLLEGE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES (DC students only)
North Oshawa: CRWC G1030 | 905-721-3037
North Oshawa: Coaching Centre SW116
Whitby: Coach & Support Centre Rm. 180 | 905-721-2000 ext. 4141
STUDENT RESIDENCE (for students living in residence only)
Student Residence: South Village Residence building, 2nd Floor 2023C | ext. 8960
The SA empowers students to challenge rape culture and promote consent culture. We seek to support survivors of sexual violence and inform our community about the effects of sexual violence and rape culture on our campus.
Here are the facts:
- 90% of sexual assaults go unreported.
- 82% of reported sexual assaults are committed by someone known to the survivor.
- Just because it wasn’t rape, doesn’t mean it wasn’t sexual assault. Sexual assault includes any form of unwanted sexual contact. Many forms of sexual violence involve no physical contact at all, like stalking or persistent pressure.
- Some individuals are at a higher risk of being targeted for sexual violence because they face multiple prejudices and stereotypes.
Need support? Reach out to one of these service providers:
STUDENT ASSOCIATION OUTREACH SERVICES
905 721 2000 ext. 7616
DURHAM COLLEGE SUPPORT SERVICES
905 721 2000 ext. 2856
UOIT SUPPORT SERVICES
905 721 3392
OFFICE OF CAMPUS SAFETY
905 721 3211 EXT. 2400
DURHAM RAPE CRISIS CENTRE
905 668 9200
The SA is committed to supporting a water bottle free campus. We no longer sell bottled water at the Tuck Shops or E.P. Taylor’s. We give out reusable water bottles throughout the year and offer refill stations in our spaces. We encourage students, staff and all members of the community to stop using disposable water bottles.
Here are the facts:
- It takes three litres of water to create one litre of bottled water.
- Bottled water is up to 10,000 times more expensive than tap water.
- Since 2000, more than 50% of bottled water products have been recalled by the Canadian Food Agency.
- An estimated 86% of plastic bottles in Ontario are not recycled.
- In 2010, only 6% of bottled water factories were inspected for health & safety.