Counselling Services and Accessibility Services offer a series of workshops during the Fall and Winter terms to help students make the most of their busy time at Niagara College.

Previous workshop topics have included:

  • Balancing school, work and family life
  • Recognizing and managing stress
  • Successful learning and study strategies
  • Why getting a good night’s sleep is essential to your success, and how to do it
  • Decision-making for your post-college career
  • SafeTalk – a special suicide-prevention seminar

Workshops are free, and usually do not require you to sign up. Check the Niagara College Events Calendar for upcoming workshops.

Events Calendar

A workshop group listens to a speaker

Academic Drop-in Sessions

Are you having trouble with your schoolwork? The Libraries hold drop-in help sessions for various academic subjects (English, Math, Chemistry, ESL and more) throughout the year. Sessions vary depending on what campus you’re at. Check the schedule to see what’s coming up:

Drop-In Session Calendar

Learn about Mental Health

Mental health concerns all of us. Just as a physically healthy person can develop a physical illness, a mentally healthy person under various degrees of stress can develop a mental illness. It is important to recognize that mental wellness and illness are part of an ever-changing and dynamic continuum in everyone’s life. When we, or someone we know, is unable to enjoy life or deal with everyday challenges, help may be needed.

Funded by MTCU’s Mental Health Innovation Fund, the institutions of Niagara College, Brock University, Pathstone Mental Health, Canadian Mental Health Association and McMaster University partnered with the Council of Ontario Universities to bring More Feet on the Ground to Niagara.

More Feet on the Ground is a bilingual educational website designed for college faculty and staff, residence advisors, student representatives and peer mentors to develop their awareness about mental health and mental illness. It is also a resource and reference for professional staff who work directly with students within the Student Success Centres.

Staff and interested students can easily access the site through the Mental Health Awareness app on Blackboard under My Apps or at