BCIT prioritizes student success and well-being, and recognizes the critical role we play in maintaining a positive and healthy learning environment for all students.
In direct support of commitment one of BCIT’s Strategic Plan, to remain a people-focused organization, the Student Well-being and Resilience Framework outlines strategies to promote and support students’ success, well-being, and resilience. This Framework is the product of consultation with multiple stakeholder groups across BCIT as well as careful examination of the critical issues facing our students through the lens of the Eight Dimensions of Well-being.
A commitment to well-being is at the heart of a people-focused organization.
Consistent with the framework and guidelines for supporting mental health adopted by the Canadian Association of College and University Student Services (CACUSS) and Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), BCIT’s framework addresses strategies for enhancing BCIT’s policies and procedures, training and education, and support services.
Several goals and tasks have been identified in support of this three-pillar framework. Review our objectives and track our progress on our Framework Implementation document.
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We welcome your questions, comments, and feedback. Send us an email to share your thoughts or to find out more about what the Student Well-being and Resilience Framework means for you.
BCIT faculty and staff
Learn more about how the Student Well-being and Resilience Framework can help guide you in creating and maintaining a positive environment for our students, and find ways to get involved.