Glendon Accessibility, Well-Being and Counselling (AWC) Centre aims to help Glendon students develop their personal potential and maximally benefit from their university experience. A variety of bilingual services are offered in order to achieve this aim. These services include personal counselling, crisis response and support, accessibility services and learning skills instruction. AWC also acts as a consultant to faculty and staff at the university.
AWC is funded almost entirely by student ancillary fees, so there is no additional charge for any of the services provided to students. All possible precautions are taken to maintain client confidentiality and guard against the disclosure of personal information unless informed, written consent has been obtained from the client.