Updates from the Student Success Division for the 2022-2023 Academic Year

A student smiles as they speak with an SLC employee in the Kingston Student Services Centre

The Student Success Division would like to welcome new and returning students, faculty, and staff to the new 2022-2023 academic year and share helpful information and updates on current service offerings.

Student Health & Wellness

Wellness & Accessibility

Student Wellness & Accessibility services are available tri-campus, in person and via Teams, with extended remote hours supporting students with early morning and evening appointments, as needed.

NEW -  Integrated Test Centre, Kingston Campus

Transitioning soon to a new, state-of-the art space on 2nd Floor, Kingston Campus. Integration of Accessible and 2nd Floor Centres.

Campus Health Centres (CHC)

Kingston CHC is open to students Monday to Friday 8am – 4pm by appointment.

NEW - Watch for exciting announcements about the opening of Campus Health Centres on Brockville and Cornwall campuses!

Also available to students:

  • WeConnect
  • KeepMeSafe
  • MobileDr

Global Learning at SLC

The Global Learning Centre (formerly known as the International Centre) is a space where students can attend information sessions, mini seminars, and learning opportunities with their peers and other professionals including:

  • Study Abroad (Summer Programs, Exchange, Faculty-led, Placements)
  • Preparedness for Study/Work Abroad
  • Intercultural Skills Development
  • Global Learning Bursary
  • English Language Support
  • Global Conversation Club
  • Global Partnership Development 


Student Services

Kingston Student Services Centre (formerly known as the Welcome Centre)

NEW – Hours: 8:00am – 5:30pm

Brockville and Cornwall Student Services Centres

Hours: 8:00am – 4:00pm

You will find many of our student-facing staff in our Student Services areas on our three campuses that can assist you with some common questions pertaining to:

  • OSAP
  • Timetables
  • Student accounts
  • Student ID cards


NEW - Welcome to Page 1+, your new library search platform. Faculty and students will notice a brand-new and improved library search experience online at the library website. Find peer-reviewed scholarly journals, new streaming movies, books, ebooks, and audio books in one convenient search. Learn more at

Free tutoring services are available in-person and virtually to all SLC students. Assistance is available from our Professional Tutors and Peer Tutors, by booking an appointment here or requesting a peer tutor in one step. Peer Tutoring Program and Academic Support Centre.

Looking for classroom resources to share with students? Check out The Learning Portal, a free website produced by College Libraries Ontario that features short modules and videos on topics from study tips, time management, finding peer-reviewed articles, APA Style, student well-being, and much more.

Indigenous Services

Indigenous Student Services operate on all three campuses to provide direct support for Indigenous learners. This includes helping students navigate the College experience, providing access to crafts, ceremonies and resources.

The Waasaabiidaasamose Indigenous Centre is open to Indigenous and non-Indigenous students who are interested in learning more about the culture and participating in events. 

The Waasaabiidaasamose Indigenous Centre features:

  • Indigenous resources
  • Computers
  • Areas for work and relaxation
  • Craft sessions and other cultural activities 

This Fall, watch for events on all three campuses for National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

Athletics & Student Engagement 

Find everything you need to know about orientation day and start up here.

UR SLC is fully functioning and is filled with events for students.

SLC employees on the Kingston campus wishing to use the SHAC, the on-campus fitness centre, during the 2022-23 academic year will need to complete the new form on the UR SLC platform.

Important Dates and Information:

  • Men's and Women's Soccer home opener vs Algonquin College – Thursday, September 15 @ 6pm & 8pm
  • Men's Rugby home opener vs Algonquin College – Saturday, September 23 @ 1pm
  • Surge swag is coming soon to all three campus bookstores
  • Visit for all schedules, rosters and news

Community Development

Student Success continues to build out SLC’s new Global Engagement Community Development (GECD) program which seeks to ensure our international students are:

  1. Welcomed and supported both on and off-campus throughout their student journey;
  2. Connected to our communities, including community organizations, community-based programming, etc.; and
  3. More intentionally connected to employers and ultimately careers in SLC communities as alumni, among other priorities.

For more information, contact Richard Webster, International Education Manager, Community Development at

Student Rights & Responsibilities Office (SRRO) 

The tri-campus Student Rights & Responsibilities Office (SRRO) is here to help students navigate their academic and non-academic college experience. The SRRO can help you navigate college processes like how to make complaints, academic appeals, and report concerning behavior on campus. The SRRO uses an educational approach to assist students in understanding their rights and responsibilities which contributes to a positive student experience and maintains a safe and respectful environment. SRRO can act as a resource person for Students, Staff and Faculty.

Areas the SRRO can help with: 

  • Student Code of Conduct
  • Sexual Violence & Harassment Education, Prevention, and Support
  • Academic Appeals

UPDATE - There have been important updates to the Academic Appeals Policy. For policy and procedure updates, please visit the SLC Policy Centre. Faculty and staff are encouraged to attend one of the information sessions offered by the SRRO team highlighting these updates.

Behavioural Intervention Team (BIT)

The St Lawrence College Behavioural Intervention Team is a group of campus professionals who collaborate on and respond to reports of concerning or disruptive behaviours on campus. The BIT is responsible for coordinating information, strategies, support and resources in order to assist individuals who may be in distress or are exhibiting behaviours of concern. The BIT encourages student health and well-being, and a safe campus environment overall. 

A report can be made by visiting the website, or through Additionally, you can email Katie Sills, Manager, Student Rights & Responsibilities at if you have any questions or concerns. 

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