ASU Peer Support Centre

The Peer Support Centre includes the Acadia Mental Health Initiative, the Women's Centre, and Acadia Pride. To learn more about the services available through the Peer Support Centre click HERE.


ASU Diversity & Inclusion Representative and Community Relations Officer

Learn more HERE.


Acadia Equity Office

The Equity Officer is available to students, staff and faculty. The fundamental objective of the Equity Office is to prevent discrimination, sexual harassment, and personal harassment from occurring. To learn more about the work of the Equity Officer, click HERE.


Acadia Writing Centre

The mission of the Acadia Writing Centre is to help all members of the Acadia community become the best writers they can be!


Acadia Shuttle Bus

The Acadia shuttle bus is free! It provides students with evening transportation to both on and off campus. For a copy of the route and schedule, click HERE.


Walk Home Service

The Safety & Security Department will provide a Campus Patrol escort service for both on and off campus students. Walk Home Service number is: 585-1103


Acadia Students' Union

The ASU is a non-profit organization that provides services, events, societies, and advocacy work, along with much more, for the students of Acadia University! The ASU is an organization led by students who are dedicated in advocating for the rights of the students of Acadia within our university, within the Wolfville and Valley community, and to the provincial and federal governments. The ASU also offers many Student Services to help Acadia students have their best university experience, even during those stressful and tough times. 


Student Resource and Counseling Centre

The Student Resource & Counseling Centre provides students who may be feeling worried, anxious or depressed, having relationship problems, underachievement in their studies, or just a bad day a counselor to talk to. Most students can benefit from seeing a counselor at some point in their university experience.


Sexual Assault Resources

A sexual assault can be traumatizing physically and emotionally. If you have experienced sexual violence, remember that you are NOT at fault. To learn more about the options available if you have been sexually assaulted, as well as help and support resources, click HERE.