This a series on some research I've been doing on Canadian Universities and the support they offer to pregnant women. As a student myself, it is very difficult to imagine how I could deal with a pregnancy and school at the same time. I'll be the first to admit that if I were to get pregnant, my first reaction would be to wish it had never happened. I was reading some online articles on student families in the US and I began to wonder if Canadian universities offer any type of help to students who find themselves pregnant and willing to keep the baby. As a female university student, I find it almost surprising that I've never come across any type of information on pregnancies before at my school. So! Time to hunt down some information to see if there is any help out there at all ... and hopefully what I find might help some students Canadian students who find themselves pregnant.
Queen's University - coming soon
University of Toronto - coming soon
University of Waterloo - coming soon
University of British Columbia - coming soon
McGill University - coming soon
University of Ottawa - coming soon
For my American followers:
The College Resource Directory from Feminists for Life!
"Feminists for Life is developing a National Directory of Campus Resources for pregnant and parenting students. This directory will inform prospective and current students, faculty, administrators, and advocates of the resources and support available to pregnant women, expectant fathers, birthparents, and student parents on four-year college and university campuses across the United States."