Student services

Saint Paul University offers you many tools to help you succeed in your studies:

Academic writing help

At the Writing Centre, advisors will teach you how to organize and present your university papers. They will also show you tools for avoiding plagiarism.

The Centre also offers seminars to help you learn more about writing tools, such as word processing and bibliography software.

To meet with an advisor, contact the Writing Centre at redaction-writing@ustpaul.ca.

The Writing Centre is located in the Library.

Counselling service for students

From September to May, psychotherapists are available for individual consultations, which are confidential and free of charge.

Find out more about the Student Counselling Service.

Library

Jean-Léon Allie Library and Archives contains more than 500,000 volumes to consult or borrow, 25 computer stations, printers, photocopiers and 9 study rooms reserved for group work or individuals.

You also have access to online research guides in all the disciplines taught at Saint Paul University.

The Library is located on the first floor of Guigues Hall.

Guidance for making or changing your course selection

You can make or change your course selection by consulting the academic advisors. They can also give you information on programs and university regulations.

To make an appointment:

Undergraduate
premier.cycle-undergrad@ustpaul.ca

Graduate
etudes.sup-grad.studies@ustpaul.ca

Internships or volunteering in the community

The Internship Office offers support to students who wish to do an internship as part of their university studies, or to volunteer in the community.

The Internship Office also offers professional development workshops, such as writing a CV and cover letter, techniques for a successful job interview, etc.

The Internship Office is located in the Library.

Pastoral Services

Pastoral Services organizes liturgical celebrations and offers you a place to relax, recharge and talk to other students, volunteers, professors and staff.

Contact the coordinator of the pastoral team, Anne-Marie Habyalima, at ahabyalimana@ustpaul.ca.

Saint Paul University Student Association (SPUSA)

SPUSA represents Saint Paul University students. Its objective is to encourage and promote educational, sociocultural and liturgical initiatives among its members.

SPUSA is also involved with student clubs, and provides the health and dental insurance plan (Green Shield Canada) and the free International Student Identity Card, which gives you access to a number of discounts at participating businesses.

Contact SPUSA at spusa-aeusp@ustpaul.ca.