Services

Students' Association

Learn about support services available through the MHC Students' Association.

The Medicine Hat College Students' Association is well-equipped to offer a variety of personal support in addition to academic services and social activities.

Contact SAMHC Office

 Tel:  403.529.3925
 Email:
 rrothfus@mhc.ab.ca
 Website:  www.samhc.ca
 Spring/Summer
 Hours:
 Monday -Thursday:  9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
 Friday: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
 (closed on weekends and holidays)


Brooks Campus Student Council

The Brooks Campus Student Council (BCSC) represents the student population at the Brooks Campus. The Student Council offers a variety of services to students including campus events and student health care benefits. The Student Council also supports the Peer Support Centre and the Student Ambassador program. New students are encouraged and welcomed to join these clubs. Volunteers are needed for the Peer Support Centre and Student Ambassador programs.

Learn more about the BCSC


Overview of Services

Peer Support
The SA's Peer Support Centre officially opened in October of 1997 and takes great pride in “peers helping peers.” All students who seek peer support are ensured professional service and access to quality resources pertaining to a variety of societal issues. If you are interested in becoming a Peer Supporter, stop by the SA located in the F Wing or call 403.502.8992.

Health and Dental Benefits
Full-time Canadian students (9 credits or more) are entitled to health and dental benefits through the Students’ Association.  Students are automatically enrolled in the program and fees are assessed.  Fees are listed in the Tuition and Fee section.  The Students’ Association of Medicine Hat College Health and Dental Plans are managed through the Campus Trust.  For plan information visit www.studentbenefits.ca.

Full-time International students (9 credits or more) are entitled to a health plan through the International Education department.  Students are automatically enrolled in the program on a semester basis.  The International Student Health plan is administered by Guard.me.  For plan information, please visit www.guard.me.

Food Bank
With the endless list of expenses that college students face, there's not always a lot of money left at the end of the month for basic necessities like food. If you are struggling to make ends meet, stop by the Students' Association to access the discreet and confidential Student Food Bank.