Student Life Resources

Aboriginal Resource Centre (ARC)

The Aboriginal Resource Centre provides a culturally supportive environment that promotes academic excellence and the intellectual, spiritual and emotional development of Aboriginal students.

Canadian Federation of Students

CFS is an external organization composed of 80 university and college students' associations. It aims to organize students on a democratic, co-operative basis in advancing community and the federation's interests, ensures an effective communicative framework, use and distribution of resources of the student movement, and facilitates co-operation among students in organizing services that supplement academic experience.

Visit the CFS website for more information or inquire about the Communications Kit which outlines the work undertaken on a provincial and national level.

CFRU 93.3 FM

Guelph's ONLY Campus and Community Radio Station CFRU 93.3 FM. CFRU-FM draws from the rich variety of skills and perspectives that Guelph's communities have to offer in order to create quality programming and to better serve the community.

CFRU-FM is a volunteer-based radio station recognizing the essential contribution of volunteers, and supporting them in their efforts to express themselves through radio. CFRU-FM is committed to the advancement of education and creating an awareness of community activities.

CFRU 93.3 FM
U.C. Level 2
University of Guelph
Guelph, Ontario   N1G 2W1

CFRU 93.3 FM Website

Requests : (519) 837-CFRU
Info : (519) 824-4120 x. 53502
Fax : (519) 763-9603 ATTN:CFRU
Email :

CSA Bike Centre

The Bike Centre is a do-it-yourself bike repair shop. It is fully stocked with all the tools, fluids, equipment, and knowledge needed to keep your bike working safely on the road and trails. It’s open to all members of the campus community regardless of skill level. Call: (519) 824-4120 ext. 52585


For more information, visit the CSA Bike Centre website.

Campus SafeWalk

SafeWalk is a free, student-run service dedicated to providing a safe and reliable alternative to walking home alone after dark.  SafeWalk is available to all members of the university community as well as their visitors.  The service operates from 7:30pm until 2:30am every night regardless of the weather.  To use SafeWalk you can call x53200 from any campus phone.  You can also use the SafeWalk button on any campus payphone or the emergency poles across campus.  This program is made possible by our team of dedicated volunteers.  We welcome new volunteers and will be recruiting in both September and January. Call: (519) 824-4120 ext. 54845)


For more information, visit the SafeWalk website

Student Accessibility Services (SAS)

Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is dedicated to helping students with disabilities deal with academic, residential, personal, career, and financial concerns. If you have a physical, mental, visual, hearing, psychological or learning disability, please contact us to arrange appropriate support and accommodations.

The SAS is located on Level 3, UC,

Call: (519) 824-4120
       SAS: Ext. 56208/53244
       SAS Exam Centre: ext. 54335/52785

Child Care and Learning Centre

The Child Care and Learning Centre has been providing care and education for young children since 1990. Through the years we have developed many partnerships both on and off campus which assist us in providing service to families and children. We are also involved in a collaborative academic partnership with the Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition in the areas of undergraduate teaching, observation and research. The Centre has a very active Parent Advisory Council which contributes significantly to the quality of care and education offered.

Please browse through our site and get to know us better. If we can be of assistance to you, please let us know.

Call: (519) 824-4120 Ext. 52682

Community Engagement & Global Citizenship

We provide a wide range of opportunities for students to engage in community service and active citizenship. Our programs examine what it means for students to be engaged in local, national and global issues and provide the foundation for lifelong participation in public service

Computing and Communication Services

CCS provides a wide range of IT and communications services and support to the University of Guelph community. Some of the services offered are: on campus network and internet connectivity, email, phones, website publishing and software downloads in addition to help, support and training for all the products and services we provide. 

Please visit our First Visit page for Graduate Students to learn more about CCS.

Diversity and Human Rights (DHR)

The role of DHR is to help maintain an environment within which all persons, regardless of their personal characteristics, are treated with dignity and respect. The Office works with community members toward meeting the University's commitment to protect and uphold the human rights of every individual.

University of Guelph Human Rights Policy and Procedures

Call: (519) 824-4120 ext.53000

Multi-Faith Resource Team

The Multi-Faith Resource Team at the University of Guelph consists of representatives from many different faiths including Christian, Hindu, Jewish and Muslim. The team offers a variety of activities and opportunities, including religious services, pastoral counselling, spiritual direction, weddings, community events, and study groups. Offices are in Raithby House, opposite the Cannon on Branion Plaza.

Call: (519) 824-4120 ext.58909

Visit us at the Raithby House.

Off-Campus Living

Off-Campus Living provides services in support of students off campus, including tenant-landlord information, conflict resolution, and online resources.

Office of Intercultural Affairs (OIA)

The Office of Intercultural Affairs serves the campus community by creating an environment of cultural competency and diversity. The OIA stimulates the collaboration of academic and co-curricular learning through programming and services that fosters leadership and community development within an intercultural and international context.

There are three main functional areas within the OIA that support the growth and development and learning needs of students of colour, Aboriginal students and undergraduate and graduate international and domestic students.

Student Life

Student Life supports the mission and strategic directions of the University of Guelph by offering comprehensive programs and services that help students make successful transitions to, through and from university life and study.

Student Support Network (SSN)

Student Support Network volunteers provide personal support, information, a listening ear and referrals on an informal drop-in basis.

Call: (519) 824-4120 ext.55002

Student Volunteer Connections

Student Volunteer Connections works to promote student involvement in non-profit organizations by providing students with current information about volunteer opportunities. In addition to being a referral service, SVC supports on-campus organizations by providing education and resources on volunteerism and volunteer management.

Call: (519) 824-4120 ext.58104