Student Services and Support

Studying at the University of Toronto is challenging, which is why we offer a range of services and support. Find out about writing centres, accessibility support, career advising, and much more.

Discover student services and supportive resources on your campus below. You can also consult our A-Z List of Links for Students for even more options.

For academic advice, financial aid, personal advice, registration and referrals, be sure to get in touch with your Registrar’s Office.

Accessibility Services

Accessibility Services provides academic accommodations and services to students who have a disability including physical, visual, hearing, learning disability, mental health condition, acquired brain injury (e.g. concussion), ADHD, autism spectrum disorder or chronic health condition. Students who have temporary disabilities (e.g. broken dominant arm, recovery after surgery) are also eligible to receive services.

Career Centre

The Career Centre offers a variety of individual appointments, workshops, programs, employment services, events, drop-in services and resources to support you in your career journey.

Equity & Diversity Office

The Equity & Diversity Office works with students, staff, and faculty to make UTM more welcoming and inclusive for our diverse campus community. We also organize events and community building activities with students and campus partners, provide education and training, and resolution assistance with discrimination or harassment concerns.

Health & Counselling Centre

The Health & Counselling Centre is staffed with doctors, nurses, personal counsellors, psychiatrists, and a registered dietitian who will work with you to promote good physical and mental health to support academic success. We offer medical services similar to a family doctor’s office, and our personal counsellors offer short-term, solution-focused counselling. We also provide referrals to assist in accessing community resources or specialist care when more complex and/or longterm care is needed, and work closely with other UTM wellness services, including Accessibility Services, and the Department of Recreation, Athletics, and Wellness. The HCC also has an active health promotion team to deliver peer to peer health education.

Indigenous Centre

The UTM Indigenous Centre supports Indigenous students, staff, and faculty at UTM as well as inspire future Indigenous students to a welcoming and inclusive UTM community. The Indigenous Centre also offers opportunities for non-Indigenous peoples to better understand Indigenous peoples, cultures, stories, and ceremonies through programs such as learning circles, seminars, and drop-in chats.

International Education Centre

The International Education Centre offers international opportunities in over 150 countries for academic credit and as co-curricular experiences for as short as one week or for up to three semesters abroad. We also assist international students on immigration-related matters, University Health Insurance Plan and transition to University. Additionally, we have internationally focused events and programs that allow students to meet others who share the same interests, provide peer-to-peer support, and get connected to the UTM community.

Robert Gillespie Academic Skills Centre

The Robert Gillespie Academic Skills Centre offers a full range of workshops, seminars, facilitated study groups, and individual consultations to help you identify and develop academic skills needed for success in your studies. We work collaboratively with UTM faculty and teaching assistants to help deliver the best possible environments in classes, labs and tutorials.

UTM Early Learning Centre

The UTM Early Learning Centre is an on-campus licensed child-care facility that offers childcare information and support to parents, foster parents, and legal guardians who are students, staff or faculty at UTM. We offer child care subsidies to assist families with limited income.

UTM Library

The UTM Library is your partner in scholarly research. We have a team of academic librarians to help you, plus loads of study carrels, study rooms, casual seating, computer stations and – of course – books! We provide you with a vibrant, comfortable and safe environment to learn and study.

Student Success Centre

The Student Success Centre is located on the main floor of the Koffler Student Services Centre at 214 College Street (on the North West corner of St. George Street and College Street).

It’s a newly renovated space that is home to Academic Success, Career Exploration & Education (formerly known as the Career Centre) and Housing. The Centre is open 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. weekdays (to 6 p.m. on Tuesdays). The reception desk staff can help you navigate the Centre’s resources and programming, and set up appointments to meet with educators and strategists.

For more information about the services in the Centre and to plan your visit, visit our websites or contact us by email, phone or chat:


Indigenous Student Services

First Nations House provides culturally-relevant services to Indigenous students that support and unite academic success with personal growth and leadership development.  We offer learning opportunities for all students to engage with Indigenous communities, within the University of Toronto and beyond.
 

Academic Success

A team of dedicated professionals from diverse academic backgrounds can help you develop the skills, strategies and competencies that you need to succeed. Open to students from all faculties and disciplines (undergraduate or graduate).
 

Accessibility Services

Find out about academic accommodations, adaptive technology and other disability-related supports and services.
 

Anti-Racism & 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.
 

Career Exploration & Education

Explore career possibilities, learn about the latest job-search strategies, or build on your professional skills through the Career Centre.
 

Centre for International Experience

The Centre for International Experience serves international students coming to U of T and domestic students looking to go abroad.
 

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.
 

Health & Wellness

The Health & Wellness Centre offers University of Toronto students a wide range of services to help support them in achieving their personal and academic best.
 

Sexual & Gender Diversity Office

Innovative education, programming, resources and advocacy on sexual and gender diversity for students, staff and faculty across the University’s three campuses.

Academic Advising & Career Centre (UTSC)

The Academic Advising & Career Centre integrates developmental advising, learning skills, career counselling and employment coaching through individual appointments, workshops, experiential programming, events and a range of online resources.
 

AccessAbility Services

Find out about accommodations, adaptive technology and other disability-related supports and services.
 

Anti-Racism & 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.
 

Career Centre

Explore career possibilities, learn about the latest job-search strategies, or build on your professional skills through the Career Centre.
 

Health & Dental Plan

The SCSU Health & Dental Plan provides full-time undergraduate students at UTSC with extended coverage for medical and dental services, including but not limited to expenses not covered by your basic provincial health coverage such as prescription drugs, health practitioners, medical equipment and more.
 

Health & Wellness Centre

The Health & Wellness Centre has trained health professionals to provide medical, nursing, counselling, health promotion and education services to University of Toronto Scarborough students.
 

International Student Centre (ISC)

UTSC’s International Student Centre provides support to international students studying at the campus and to students interested in studying abroad.
 

Sexual & Gender Diversity Office

Innovative education, programming, resources and advocacy on sexual and gender diversity for students, staff and faculty across the University’s three campuses.