COVID-19 information and resources
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At Douglas College, we strive to create a safe, inclusive environment for all our students, staff and faculty. During COVID-19 we are continuing to provide services virtually. Please reach out. 


  The BC government is providing free 24/7 Mental Health support services for post-secondary students through

  • Chat with a counsellor by downloading the Here2Talk app or visiting
  • Speak to a counsellor by phone
    • 604-642-5212 direct
    • 1-877-857-3397 toll free
    • 1-604-642-5212 for students calling outside Canada (international calling charges may apply)

Read the April 16, 2020, press release for more information about this service.


Here at Douglas, we offer many services to support the needs of our students, including:

  • Indigenous Student Services 
    Get the information you need about services available for Indigenous students.
  • Accessibility Services
    Access individual accommodations for disability-related barriers in current courses 
  • Personal Counselling
    Find help with personal issues which may impacting your academics or personal well-being.
  • Student Support and Conduct
    Receive help for matters of disruptive conduct and support if you are in distress. The office works collaboratively with students, faculty and campus partners to resolve issues, such as disputes and access support, in a restorative and respectful manner.
  • Student Support Navigator
    Receive support and guidance with learning how to access services at the college as well as community resources. Support available to current students who identify as former youth in care or youth with care experience with the Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD), alternative secondary education or may be first-generation or mature students.