Our students live in a stimulating environment with a challenging curriculum, cultural diversity, and myriad opportunities. At MUWCI, they must make new friends and steer personal growth while balancing academic requirements. Their personal, social, and mental wellbeing are thus key to a valuable college experience.
Our approach to mental health is precautionary — we want to help students identify issues early before they become overwhelming. There are multiple resources to help students cope with challenges, including students’ advisors, wada parents, peer support group, on-campus counsellor, and local psychologist and psychiatrist support. Our students can approach any — or all — of them for help at any time. All first-year students take a personal, social, and health education course to help cultivate compassionate, respectful relationships with others and themselves.