Wellness Centre

Covid-19 Updates

Due to COVID-19 the Wellness Centre space in Old Main is currently closed.

In order to continue with wellness services, we are available for virtual health consultations on topics such as nutrition, mild stress, sexual health, wellness planning, sleep hygiene, etc. To schedule an appointment please email Chelsea Corsi (RN), TRU Wellness Coordinator directly at ccorsi@tru.caOnce your email is received you will be emailed details regarding an appointment time.

Please note that the Wellness Centre is separate from the Counselling Department. If you want to speak to someone more in depth about your mental health, please email Student Services at studentservices@tru.ca to request an appointment with one of the TRU counsellors.

Both wellness and counselling services are confidential.

Wellness will be continuing our virtual yoga classes on Tuesdays at 2:30pm from May 12 – June 30, 2020. We will be posting registration details shortly.

For the latest information on COVID-19 and the impacts to TRU, please visit tru.ca/covid19.


The Wellness Centre is a quiet place to hang out, read a book, play a game, have a cup of tea, and talk to a peer leader about your health and wellness. We also provide health and wellness resources, Advil, tampons, Naloxone kits (and training), condoms, and more.

We are open Monday to Friday* from September to April in Old Main 1479. Drop-in anytime. All students and staff welcome. *The centre is closed until further notice due to Covid19. 

What We Do:
      • Individual wellness plans and health and wellness consultations
      • Presentations to classrooms on wellness issues such as stress management, nutrition, healthy relationships, responsible drinking, Naloxone training, etc.
      • Campus-wide activities such as the Consent Tea, Therapy Dog Thursdays, Mindfulness Meditations, Bell Let's Talk Day, Movies for Mental Health, Bladder Chatter (student health and wellness newsletters posted in the washrooms), and more.

If you need to connect with someone regarding your health during a time we are closed or unavailable, please contact the TRU Counselling Department at 250-828-5023, TRU Health Services at 250-828-5126,  or call HealthLink BC at 811.

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One-to-one Health and Wellness Planning and Education Sessions

Students and employees can make one-on-one appointments to discuss health and wellness related issues. These issues may include, but are not limited to, stress, substance use, nutrition, sexual health, healthy relationships, problems with work-life balance, etc..

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