Student Wellness

SIT is committed to promoting a safe and supportive campus. Each student's well-being is important to us.

We offer a variety of initiatives, programmes, and resources that help students to develop key life skills, as well as comprehensive support services that enable students to experience a rewarding journey at the university.

Diversity & Inclusion

student wellness

We invite all SIT students to join us in co-creating and safeguarding a safe, respectful and inclusive campus community. We promote positive community values such as empathy, inclusion and respect, through meaningful programmes and initiatives. Students can attend a variety of workshops and talks on topics that matter to them or sign up for intercultural dialogues and activities that nurture strong bonds and deepen our understanding of one another.

The Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Advocates Initiative is a student peer engagement that promotes inclusion and student well-being on campus. D&I Advocates play a vital role in co-creating and driving informative student engagements on community cohesion and well-being. These include talks/workshops, dialogues, festive celebrations, Diversity Day and Wellness Week.


Counselling for Students


Build self-awareness, discover personal strengths, improve wellbeing, and gain coping strategies to navigate university life. Students can speak with a professional Counsellor both in-person and online for support. Counselling is confidential and free for all SIT Students. Find us at SIT Student Life Office, SIT@Dover, University Services Centre, Level 1.

Our Office Hours are from
Mondays to Thursdays: 8.30am to 6pm (Last appointment at 5pm)
Fridays: 8.30am to 5.30pm (Last appointment at 4.30pm)

For students with unique circumstances, counselling sessions after office hours can be arranged.

To make an appointment, email

SIT 24-Hour Counselling Helpline
Tel: 6592 2030

Accessibility Support


We are here to help students with special needs to achieve their full potential and to facilitate an active participation in classes and activities. Our SIT buildings and physical infrastructure provided are compliant with Singapore’s code on Barrier-Free Accessibility in Buildings. You can arrange for a consultation with Student Life to discuss access to campus facilities, psychological wellness, and financial assistance for Assistive Technology devices. For more information, please email

Students are required to inform and declare any medication conditions/disabilities to the Registrar’s Office upon matriculation, prior to commencement of the first semester, so that SIT can work with students to prepare the necessary arrangements to optimise their learning experience. For more information on examination arrangements, please email or 6592 2091.

Laptop Support Scheme

Laptop Support Scheme

The Laptop Support Scheme was established to help undergraduates at SIT, who may not have the financial means to own a laptop. It is intended as a resource to help these undergraduates in need, which will aid them in their academic pursuit. Please email​ for more information.