Remote learning is impacting every aspect of our lives, including our mental health. The SSMU Mental Health Team wants to hear from you about your experiences with remote learning. The goal of this survey is to get input from students at McGill regarding the remote semester in order to better inform decisions concerning mental health policies and advocacy.
Some of the questions on this survey are not directly related to mental health but rather are about experiences with remote learning which may impact your mental health. We understand that the pandemic and all of its effects, including remote learning, may have adverse affects on mental health. We believe that in order to properly address this, not only do we have to address mental healthcare and support but also ensure that the conditions for learning are as supportive as possible.
Remember that if you've had any issues with a specific professor or department, you can contact your faculty's undergraduate society (AUS, SUS, EUS, etc.) or your department's student representation (PSSA, CSUS, AGELF, MPSA, etc.) for help. You can also email the SSMU's Student Rights Research and Advocacy Commissioner, Adrienne (she/her), at email@example.com
All responses are anonymous unless you choose to leave your email to be contacted further, but there is no pressure to do so. You may prefer to leave some of the questions on this survey blank, and for this reason we have made as few of the questions required as possible.
Si vous préférez, vous pouvez répondre à chaque question en français.
If you have any questions or feedback about this survey, feel free to email the Mental Health Advocacy Coordinator, Mo (they/them), at firstname.lastname@example.org