Student Resources

Beal University Canada offers a wide range of supports to help ensure students are successful throughout their programs, and beyond. Whether learning on-campus, or online, students can access a suite of self-help resources, participate in interactive sessions, and access one-on-one and group supports that are specially designed to help ensure their success.

Student Handbook

Click Here for the 2024-2025 Beal University Canada Student Handbook

Student Services Center

The University supports a respectful, discrimination- and harassment-free learning environment, through the promotion of equity, diversity and inclusion.

The University is committed to fostering a learning environment where individuals from all backgrounds have equal opportunities to pursue an education.

The University recognizes that ensuring equal access to opportunities and services may involve addressing specific challenges faced by individuals and groups such as persons who experience attitudinal, historic, social, and environmental barriers based on age, ethnicity, disability, economic status, marital status, family status, Indigenous identity, nationality, race, creed/religion, gender, sexual orientation and gender identity, gender expression, etc.

The University is committed to remove barriers to opportunity by promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion and creating a more inclusive learning environment. The Student Services department is available to assist students and faculty with developing an accessible learning environment and individual plans of accessibility and accommodations to support the academic success our students.

Accommodations and Accessibility

The University provides academic and non-academic accommodations and accessibility pursuant to the applicable provincial human rights legislation. Academic accommodations enable students to demonstrate their knowledge and skills and meet the essential requirements of the program. Academic accommodations do not reduce academic standards or alter essential requirements, they provide equitable access to participation.

Mental Health

The University promotes mental health advocacy throughout the University community. The University provides free webinars, literature and 24/7 online/phone mental health resources and well-being online tool for students through a partnership with Homewood Health. This service supports heathy living and student success with confidential counseling for students and their family members.

Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP)

How do Beal University Canada students and staff sign up to access EFAP?

Call the EFAP Client Services Center at 1-800-663-1142, or;  Register online at *

*An Invitation Code is required to create your account on BUC553


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