Student Mental Health Collective

The Queen's Student Mental Health Collectove is a caucus of student leaders who are working to advance student mental health. The network is a forum through which members share information, collaborate, and provide input to support the development of unit or club-based initiatives, as well as university priorities and commitments, including the implementation of the National Standard of Canada for Mental-Health and Well-Being for Post-Secondary Students, and the broader work of the Campus Wellbeing Framework, aligned with new institutional Strategic Framework.

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Terms of Reference

The Student Mental Health Collective is coordinated through the Office of the Vice-Provost and Dean of Student Affairs, with support from Health Promotion and the Campus Wellness Project team.

The Student Mental Health Collective will act as a sounding board for emerging topics and timely mental-health-related issues, as a panel from which to create task-specific action teams that serve to ensure coordinated, effective outcomes, and a mechanism to raise awareness of policies, resources, services, and supports in place across campus that promote positive student mental health and well-being.


We welcome students leaders who are working to advance student mental health. Membership to be confirmed shortly.