Resources and Services on Campus:
Academic Success Centre
Time management skills, study habit and concertation skills, learning strategies, critical thinking skills, note taking, research tips and strategies, presentation and public speaking assistance, test and exam prep as well as stress and anxiety management.
Access to accommodations for accessible learning needs including registration, note-taking, Peer Mentors, adaptive technology and assessment, test and exam services, tutoring and financial support.
Admissions and Awards Office
There are a large number of University of Toronto competitions available to current University of Toronto students. It is recommended that you check back regularly and/or bookmark this site to ensure you have the most up to date information. For more information about admission awards, click on the above link.
Anti-Racism and Cultural Diversity Office
The Anti-Racism & Cultural Diversity Office serves faculty, staff and students in various ways to help facilitate a supportive environment within which to live, learn and work. To request assistance from the Office, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Backpack to Briefcase (B2B)
The NMC department is beginning to implement a new initiative, Backpack to Briefcase (B2B). Available to all current students and recent graduates, B2B focuses on career development and job related resources. This includes meetings with Alumni who can offer job search tips, career advice and encouragement from a chosen field of study.
To join B2B or for more information, please contact email@example.com
The University of Toronto Police is dedicated to creating a safe, secure and equitable environment for students, staff, faculty and visitors.
- Emergency 911
- Campus Police – Urgent 416-978-2222
- Communication Centre 416-978-2323
- Community Safety Office 416-978-1485
- WalkSmart 416-978-7233
- University Switchboard 416-978-2011
- Health Services 416-978-8030
- Parking Services 416-978-7275
- Counselling & Psychological Service416-978-8070
- Food and Clothing Banks 416-978-4911
- Toronto Rape Crisis Centre 416-597-8808
- Sexual Assault Counselor 416-978-0174
- Assaulted Women’s Helpline 416-863-0511
- Downtown Legal Services 416-934-4535
Opportunities to gain experience, work and study abroad, interview preparation, cover letter and resume assistance, career fairs, career testing and much more!
For professional faculty students, your main point of contact is your faculty registrar’s office . For students in the Faculty of Arts & Science, your main point of contact is your college registrar’s office . For graduate students, you main point of contact is your department, but you may also seek advice and assistance from your graduate faculty registrar or the School of Graduate Studies.
Community Safety Office
Responds to all personal safety concerns by addressing the complaint, assessing the personal and community safety risks, providing a continuum of intervention options that the complainant can explore in order to address their personal safety concern(s).
Code of Student Conduct
This page provides a brief overview of your rights and responsibilities. In all cases, you should consult the relevant policy itself for the most complete and accurate explanation.
Degree Explorer is the University of Toronto’s degree planning tool. Review your academic history, degree requirements or use the planner to determine how future course choices might meet your requirements.
English Language Learning
ELL supports all U of T undergraduates enrolled in the Faculty of Arts and Science whose first language is not English (ESL or multilingual students), as well as native speakers seeking to improve their English language skills.
Faculty of Arts and Science Main Website
This website is an information gateway. We’ve got information for current and newly-admitted students: course Calendars, class timetables, exam schedules, information about scholarships, transcripts, transfer credit, and much more. It’s all here. Browse around and find out what makes Arts & Science the heart of one of the world’s truly great universities.
Family Care Office
The Family Care Office provides confidential guidance, resources, referrals, educational programming and advocacy for the University of Toronto community and their families. We raise awareness of family care issues central to the achievement of education and employment equity at the University of Toronto.
First Nations House
First Nations House provides culturally relevant services to Aboriginal students in support of academic success, personal growth and leadership development. We also offer learning opportunities for all students to engage with Aboriginal communities within the University of Toronto and beyond.
Health and Wellness
Health & Wellness offers University of Toronto students a wide range of medical and mental health services to help support them in achieving their personal and academic best.
Housing Services offers the information, resources and support you need to meet housing goals.
Librarians and information specialists are ready to connect you with the materials you need and lend their expertise to help you leverage new technologies to their full advantage.
Mental Health and Emergency Counselling
Good to talk is a free, confidential and anonymous helpline providing professional counselling and information and referrals for mental health, addictions and well-being to post-secondary student in Ontario.
Available 24/7/ 365 days a year
Call 1-866-925-5454 or Dial 2-1-1
Beliefs are a big part of who we are and how we learn, and while U of T is a secular institution, we respect everyone’s right to worship. The Multi-Faith Centre supports the spiritual well-being of everyone on campus and provides opportunities for people to learn from each other while exploring questions of meaning, purpose and identity.
Office of Student Academic Integrity
OSAI is designated by the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science (FAS) to promote academic integrity (AI), to handle allegations of academic misconduct at the divisional level for FAS, and to advise instructors, staff and students on matters related to academic integrity, academic misconduct, and the Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters—the policy that informs all procedures related to academic misconduct at the University.
Volunteer as a tutor and get valuable experience, become a tutee and get free tutoring.
Repository of Student Information (ROSI)
(NEW! ACORN replacing ROSI.)
Review course calendar, financial information and much more. ROSI soon to be replace by ACORN provides access to all of your student account information.
Safety Abroad Office
The Centre for International Experience is a meeting place for a diverse community of international students coming to U of T and domestic students looking to go abroad. Come and visit us at Cumberland House to find information and make new friends.
Sexual and Gender Diversity Office
Provides innovative education, programming, resources and advocacy on sexual and gender diversity for students, staff and faculty across the University’s three campuses.
Prepares students for their time in university by introducing the skills needed to connect their academic learning to their personal values and goals, reflect on their learning and their choices, and project their aspirations into plans for the future.
The University of Toronto expects its students to write well, and it provides a number of resources to help them. To find what you need, start with our page of Frequently Asked Questions, investigate Writing Centres and Writing Courses, consider attending one of the workshops in our Writing Plus series, look at our Advice pages, and read the latest News about writing support programs, click on the link above.