BIPOC Student Resources

The Faculty of Arts is committed to ensuring that BIPOC students feel welcome and included on our campus. Click here for some resources to support you.

BIPOC student scholarships

BIPOC Resources from the UOSU

UOttawa’s Vulnerability, Trauma, Resilience & Culture Research Laboratory

Mental Health Resources Supporting BIPOC People

  • uOttawa Counselling Service including Individual Counselling provided by uOttawa Counsellor, Pierre Bercy, who specializes in anti-black racism.
  • Multimedia journalist Jesse Sparks shared this list of resources for counselling, workshops and mental health support for black communities. Sparks’s list offers virtual options for those feeling overwhelmed.
  • Black Emotional and Mental Health (BEAM) Virtual Black-centered healing and support spaces. Multiple offerings, including “Heart Space” on Tuesdays at 7p EST — a space for Black folks & their feelings with meditation, songs, & individual check ins.
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