UWSA – University of Windsor Students' Alliance

It’s Okay not to be Okay.

The Peer Support Centre is a drop-in centre where students from across campus can find a supportive peer to talk to. It’s a safe and inclusive space where trained peer support volunteers offer peer counselling to students.


Our volunteers are University of Windsor students who have gone through extensive training to better enable them to give support to their peers. The Peer Support Centre is a UWSA initiative, in collaboration with the Student Counselling Centre. We are also supported by Student & International Affairs.



The Peer Support Centre is offering drop-in sessions over Zoom, with vetted peer support volunteers, to UWindsor students. With flexible hours, 5 days a week, you can find a time that fits your schedule and be connected in minutes and receive the support you need. No appointment required.

How It Works

We’ve made the process to connect to the Peer Support Centre as easy as possible.

  1. Download the Zoom app to your phone or desktop here and make sure you have a registered account on Zoom.

  2. Click the “Connect via Zoom” button on this page to get connected with a peer support volunteer. You will join the Peer Support Centre Zoom Waiting Room and a peer support volunteer will greet you. Check the Hours of Operation below to see service availability.


Leslie Taylor

CAW Student Centre 2nd Floor, Room 291 401 Sunset Ave Windsor, ON, N9B 3P4

519-253-3000 Ext. 4551 



Mon – Fri: 10am—8pm

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