Public Health's COVID-19 Self-Assessment.

Testing - COVID-19 Community Assessment Centres by appointment - if you think you are exhibiting mild to moderate symptoms.  In an emergency, or if you are experiencing severe symptoms, please call 911 or call ahead to your local Emergency Department so they can prepare for your arrival.

Campus Pharmacy - Campus Pharmacy will remain open throughout the shut down to essential services. If your prescription is running out, contact Campus Pharmacy for an assessment for a 30-day refill.  They are an additional resource to help if you are looking for something specific.

Government of New Brunswick:

Government of Canada:

Nutrition - Nutrition and dietary issues related to COVID-19

Wellness Guide - Resources to Support Mental Wellness during COVID-19

World Health Organization (WHO):

Other Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Posters:

University of New Brunswick - COVID-19 Minimize the Spread

UNB Specific Resources

Accessing Student Services

All in-person appointments, groups, workshops, drop-in sessions and other events are suspended for the time being and the university is closed. In the meantime, Student Services is still supporting urgent student needs as courses move to alternate methods of delivery.

Please see below for more detailed contact information for specific units:

Career Development and Employment Centre
• To reach the office, please email

Campus Sexual Assault Support Advocates
• The CSASAs will be available for phone check-in appointments in place of in-person sessions
• Counsellors will be available by email through their regular addresses or to schedule a check-in appointment
• If you need 24 Hour Support call the support-line at 454-0437

• All in-person appointments, groups and workshops at UNB Counselling Services are cancelled for the time being. In the meantime, counsellors will provide urgent phone sessions to students experiencing a mental health crisis.

To schedule an urgent phone appointment, please email An urgent situation may involve your safety and well-being or that of another person being at risk including thoughts and plans about harming yourself or someone else.

You can also Counselling Services us by leaving a message on our phone line at 506-453-4820. Counselling Services voicemail and email will be monitored during regular business hours which are Monday-Friday from 8:15am to 4:30pm.

If you require immediate attention, please call the CHIMO crisis line at 1-800-667-5005 or (506) 450-HELP (4357).

If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911.

We understand that this may be a stressful time and we will continue to work to provide helpful resources and care to all students. Please check our website regularly for updates and messages about ways you can continue to take good care of yourself and be well during times of change and uncertainty.

Financial Aid
• Contact Financial Aid at

International Student Advisor’s Office
• A detailed email will be sent directly to international students with information about supports and services
• To reach the office, please email

LGBTQIA2S+ Wellness Coordinator
• To reach the LGBTQIA2S+ Wellness Coordinator, please email

• Detailed information has been sent directly to residence students
• To reach Residence Administration, please email

Student Accessibility Centre
• To reach the office, please email

Student Advocate
• Contact the Student Advocate at

UNB Librariesonline delivery of services and resources

Writing & Study Skills Centre
• To reach the Centre for writing support, please email

Departments will respond to emails as efficiently as possible. In some cases, telephone messages may take a little longer but will be returned.

Please direct general inquiries to