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474 University Centre or S207 Medical Services (204) 474-8592 Student Support Case Management Contact the Student Support Case Management team if you are concerned about yourself or another student and don’t know where to turn. SSCM helps connect students with on and off campus resources, provides safety planning, and offers other supports, including consultation, educational workshops, and referral to the STATIS threat assessment team. Student Support Intake Assistant 520 University Centre (204) 474-7423 University Health Service Contact UHS for any medical concerns, including mental health problems. UHS offers a full range of medical services to students, including psychiatric consultation. University Health Service 104 University Centre, Fort Garry Campus
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(204) 474-8411 (Business hours or after hours/urgent calls) Health and Wellness Contact our Health and Wellness Educator if you are interested in information on a broad range of health topics, including physical and mental health concerns, alcohol and substance use harms, and sexual assault. Health and Wellness Educator - about.html [email protected] 469 University Centre (204) 295-9032 Live Well @ UofM For comprehensive information about the full range of health and wellness resources available on campus, visit the Live Well @ UofM site: Your rights and responsibilities: As a student of the University of Manitoba you have rights and responsibilities. It is important for you to know what you can expect from the University as a student and to understand what the University expects from you. Become familiar with the policies and procedures of the University and the regulations that are specific to your faculty, college or school. The Academic Calendar is one important source of information. View the sections University Policies and Procedures and General Academic Regulations. While all of the information contained in these two sections is important, the following information is highlighted. If you have questions about your grades, talk to your instructor. There is a process for term work and final grade appeals . Note that you have the right to access your final examination scripts. See the Registrar’s Office website for more information including appeal deadline dates and the appeal form You are expected to view the General Academic Regulation section within the Academic Calendar and specifically read the Academic Integrity regulation. Consult the course syllabus or ask your instructor for additional information about demonstrating academic integrity in your academic work. Visit the Academic Integrity Site for tools and support View the Student Academic Misconduct procedure for more information.
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