Physical Facilities and Equipment


The Student Counselling Centre facilities include a reception/waiting area (renovated in 2000), offices, a group room equipped with a computer and large monitor, two large classrooms equipped with computers and LCD data projectors, and a library.


The Student Counselling Centre has complete computer resources, including a local area network and internet access. We also have access to computerized scoring for a variety of psychological and vocational tests. Our administrative and support staff use the Titanium scheduling program to manage client data and counsellor daily activity schedules. Interns have networked computers in their offices (new computers in 2020) and full access to computer resources, internet, E-Mail (local and web-based Outlook). Interns have webcams for video recording of client sessions for clinical supervision. Interns also have access to several LCD/data projectors and a 3-M digital Media Systems smartboard for assistance with a variety of presentations.


In addition to the university library resources available on campus (traditional and electronic access), the Student Counselling Centre maintains its own small library of professional journals, textbooks, and professional reports and policy papers.


This area (physically located within the Student Counselling Centre) is the source of several highly utilized resources provided by Career Services. Scores of students utilize Career Services on a daily basis, and its website has garnered international recognition and awards. Interns may refer students to these services as a part of the career counselling process.