Puppies are visiting SFU to help students with exam stress
With midterms just ending, but finals quickly approaching, students across Metro Vancouver are being subject to some major exam stress.
If you’re attending SFU, however, you’re in luck. There’s a fluffy, adorable, and puppy-filled silver lining to help you unwind.
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This March, SFU Health and Counselling Services will be bringing some adorable puppies to the SFU campuses to help students, faculty, and staff beat the exam time blues.
The dogs will invade SFU’s Burnaby Campus on March 14 to 15, SFU Surrey’s Campus from March 20 to 21, and SFU’s Harbour Centre Campus from March 26 to 27.
Animal lovers can thank SFU Health and Counselling and the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program for bringing the canines to campus.
The puppies will be soothing away students’ stress from noon until 2 pm during their respective dates and locations.
SFU Puppy Therapy
When: March 14 to 15, March 20 to 21, March 26 to 27, noon to 2 pm.
Where: Saywell Hall – Burnaby Campus, Mezzanine – Surrey Campus, Teck Gallery Lounge – Harbour Centre Campus (respectively).