BHSc (Hons) Program Office Closed – Services to continue remotely

BHSc (Hons) Program Office Closed – Services to continue remotely

In an effort to consider the safety of everyone during these changing times and until further notice, the BHSc (Hons) Program Office will be closed.

Services will continue to be provided and will be available remotely either by phone, email or web conferencing platforms.


Please refer to COVID-19 website for information and updates,

For anyone who feels they may have symptoms of COVID-19, Ontario has now launched an enhanced and interactive self-assessment tool at  This easy-to-use tool steps through a series of questions to inform those who are concerned they may have contracted COVID-19. The tool quickly helps people determine if they are negative or it will provide them with guidance on where to seek care based on their needs.


Academic Advising

At this time, academic advising will be available by email, phone or web conferencing platforms. There will be no in-person advising.

This includes: late course withdrawals, MSAF exceptions, questions related to course registration, and so on.


Andrea Phair,

Ghazaleh Ferdowsi,


BHSc Student Navigator

The BHSc Student Navigator is continuing to provide peer support via phone or web conferencing platforms. Please email to book an online appointment.

Nicole Kim,

Nicole is a BHSc alum who is available to talk with students who are feeling isolated/need a listening ear.

Instructor Assistance


Stash Nastos,

Jennifer Landicho,


General Inquiries 


Penny Losier,

Sarah Juchniewicz,



Administrative and all other Inquiries


Stacey Ritz,

Teresa Basilio,


We recognize that there are many uncertainties at this time and this may translate into stress for many students, please be reminded of the following supports and resources available to you both on and off campus:

Student Support & Case Management (available to students)


The Student Wellness Centre – The Student Wellness Centre (SWC) is the place on campus to address your wellness needs. They provide a range of counselling options, medical services and wellness programs. SWC remains open with some changes to service delivery.  Please see the following site for up to date info:

Good2Talk – Provides 24/7 confidential counselling, information, and referrals to all post-secondary students in Ontario via phone at 1-866-925-5454.

McMaster Student Assistance Program – MSU insurance plan offers undergraduate students access to 24 hour counselling services (along with other resources and supports).  To access, please call 1-877-234-5327.

C.O.A.S.T. – Crisis Outreach and Support Team (COAST) Adult team provides crisis intervention services (telephone and outreach) to people with mental health concerns who are in crisis. 1-844-972-8338,

A few other resources you might find useful as well:

Stay safe and well.