The Saint Mary’s University Students’ Association (SMUSA) is deeply saddened to learn of reports that two Saint Mary’s University students enrolled in the Master of Finance Program, Maryam Malek and Fatemeh Mahmoodi, were listed on the passenger manifest of Ukraine Airlines flight PS752, which crashed in Tehran, Iran last night. While this is an evolving situation, at this time, we would like to express our thoughts to their families, friends, and colleagues. We would also like to remind all students of the available supports on campus. If you or anyone else you know have been impacted by this tragedy, we encourage you to reach out for support from the following services.

 

 

  • SMUSA Health Plan is providing services through I.M. WELL. We are available for all students. Please contact us for assistance: SMUSA Health Plan Office, 5th Floor Student Centre, 902-496-8754; or, if you wish to speak directly with a counsellor:
    • I.M. Well (24/7, 365 days per year)
      Download (I.M. Well) Counselling App, and/or resources and live chat available for ALL students: 1.877.234.5327
    • Grief Consultation will be available on campus, for further information please email: [email protected]

 

  • Mental Health Mobile Crisis Team (24/7, telephone response)
    Crisis support across Nova Scotia
    902.429.8167 or 1.888.429.8167

 

  • Student Health Centre
    4th Floor, Student Centre
    902.420.5611

 

  • Good2Talk 
    24/7 free and confidential phone counselling
    1.833.292.3698