Student Life

Student Life

Studying at St. Peter's College is a great way to enhance your career

Health And Wellness

The health and wellbeing of our students is very important.  While we are committed to providing you academic excellence to improve your mind, we are also committed to providing you opportunities that will help you physically and spiritually.

Medical Issues

The Humboldt District Health Complex houses the hospital along with community health services including therapies, mental health and addiction services, lab and X-ray facilities, and an emergency unit. The complex is located at 514 14th Ave. in Humboldt. The Humboldt Medical Clinic provides patient examinations and medical services Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The clinic is located at 637 9th St. in Humboldt. You can reach the Clinic by phone at (306) 682-2618. For ambulance or emergency services, dial 911.


St. Peter's College is open to students of all faiths. If you need to speak to someone about matters of a spiritual nature, you may contact one of our campus ministry members.
Campus Ministry, dubbed the "digging deeper" team, provides spiritual guidance and fosters community and faith at St. Peters College. Some duties may include counselling students, organizing group activities and overseeing administrative tasks. Contact Student Services for more information.

Keeping Fit

University can be a stressful experience for anyone. It is important to keep yourself in shape and eat healthily to make it through the long hours of studying and reading! Below are some tips to help you stay fit during your time at St. Peter's College and for the rest of your university career.

Eat often, especially whole grain foods and fruit

Your body digests these foods more slowly, releasing energy more evenly and preventing your body from crashing. This helps to maintain your energy level.

Try to plan meals and work them into your studying schedule

Forgetting to eat or skipping meals will only decrease your ability to concentrate. Planning your meals also helps to control how much and what you are eating

Make sure to sweat for a half hour every day.

Physical activity will help to restore your concentration and will make you feel better. Go for a walk on the grounds, run up and down the stairs a few times or perform several jumping jacks as a study break.

Sleep is extremely important

Not only does it help to maintain your metabolism, it ensures you have energy and concentration for studying. Taking a 20 minute nap is a good way to staying alert, but is no substitute for a solid 8 hours of sleep a night.

Caffeine provides a very short burst of energy

But makes you prone to crashing and increased level of stress. Minimize your caffeine intake by limiting your consumption of coffee, pop and energy drinks. Taking a short, brisk walk is a more effective way of raising your alertness.

Use the fitness facilities at St. Peter's to release your stress.

Training is provided for the equipment in the fitness centre to prevent injury. Never work your body to exhaustion unless you are properly trained!