Mental Health


Mental Health

Mount Royal University cares about the success of our students, faculty and staff. To help support that success, we offer a wide range of personalized health services to our campus community.

This website showcases the many resources available on campus to foster positive mental health and to offer support for those with mental illness challenges and concerns.

As society’s awareness of mental health grows, the stigma is reduced, and Mount Royal University is working to create an inclusive, safe and vibrant learning and working environment where supporting mental health is an institutional priority.

Peer to Peer Mental Health

Peer to Peer Mental Health (P2PMH) Leaders are student volunteers committed to raising awareness and educating their peers about mental health and mental illness. As a P2PMH Leader, you will have the opportunity to engage in mental health training, plan outreach events around mental health, facilitate classroom presentations to other students, and promote mental health resources on campus. You will gain communication, leadership, and event planning skills, as well as have the opportunity to work with student leaders across campus to build an inclusive community. 

The P2PMH Leaders meet weekly to plan their initiatives and engage in training opportunities. Additional time commitments include a weekend in September for initial training, event times as determined by the group throughout the course of the semester, and other additional training opportunities as they arise.

The application period for the 2018-2019 school year is now OPEN.

To register your interest in becoming a MENTAL HEALTH Peer Educator please click HERE.

If you are interested in being a Peer HEALTH EDUCATOR click HERE for more information. 

The deadline for applications is March 29, 2018 and interviews will be conducted in April.