Graduate Student Mental Health Survey Results Wheel
From start to finish, learn more about the steps we took to ask students about their mental health and overall wellbeing. Starting with test metrics and ending with next steps, learn more about each section of this streamlined explanation of the survey.
Using email and an online format, we used surveys, focus groups and open ended questions to gather data. Slices 2, 3 and 4 all focus on the results that we gathered.
Our results gathered information about demographics like faculty, degree stream, residency, gender, age, campus, student status and more.
Circumstances include both professional and personal. Student's confidence in their financial and food security along with supervisor relations are under this umbrella.
The primary purpose of this survey was to learn about the mental health and wellbeing of students at UCalgary. Here we learned about overall mental health, student's awareness of current resources, harassment experience, satisfaction with mental health services and more.
Resources for Graduate Students
There are many resources out there for graduate students to access. Learn more some of them available to you here.
The Graduate Student Association has an extensive list of bursaries and aid for students in need.Check out their website to learn more.
The University of Calgary is dedicated to helping students with mental health. With direct access services like peer listening, self-help resources, workshops and educational groups, there are are many resources for students. Learn more through wellness services.
The SU Campus Food Bank, administered through SU Volunteer Services, provides a seven day emergency food relief service to the campus community. This relief is provided through nutritionally sound hampers in accordance with the Canada Food Guide along with information to clients regarding resources available on and off-campus.