SFU's puppy therapy to help students cope with exam stress

Nov 23 2017, 7:07 am

It’s almost the end of the semester, which means Vancouver’s students are gearing up for those dreaded final exams.

Pulling those all-nighters and cramming in all that information leads to some serious stress.

But if you’re an SFU student there’s some good news, and it involves de-stressing with cute, adorable, fluffy, puppies.

On Thursday, November 23 from noon to 2 pm, SFU Health and Counselling Services will be re-introducing Puppy Therapy to SFU by bringing a bunch of adorable puppies to its Burnaby campus (Saywell Hall Atrium).

This year SFU Health and Counselling is partnering up with St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program to bring the puppies to campus to help students, faculty, and staff beat the blues during this very stressful time of year.

SFU Puppy Therapy 

Where: 8888 University Drive, Burnaby

When: Thursday, November 23 from noon to 2 pm

Admission: Free!

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