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Academic Success

Academic Success

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Accessibility Services

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Centre for International Experience

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First Nations House

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Academic Success

At the Academic Success Centre we are dedicated to helping you reach your highest learning potential. Every student is capable of achieving academic excellence, but not all learning takes place in the classroom, and not everyone learns in the same way. We understand that your life is more complex than your academic responsibilities, so we look at the whole picture and take an individualized approach to supporting you.

Our staff have a diverse set of educational backgrounds and interests. We know there is no ‘right’ way to get through university, and we welcome the opportunity to explore strategies that might help you find greater balance between life and learning. We work with students at any stage of their undergraduate or graduate degrees, in any discipline. Come check out our study space, explore our strategies section, attend a workshop or meet with a Learning Strategist.

asc.utoronto.ca

Accessibility Services

Our mission is to provide students with a network of resources to succeed at the University of Toronto, both inside and outside the classroom. We strive to create a safe and comfortable community for students where they can navigate their disability and related barriers, facilitate peer support and interactions, and provide various academic and social opportunities. We uphold the Ontario Human Rights Code, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and the University of Toronto’s Statement of Commitment to Persons with Disabilities.

accessibility.utoronto.ca

Centre for International Experience

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.

cie.utoronto.ca

 

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.

fnh.utoronto.ca

 

Mentorship and Peer Programs

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T-Card Services

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Mentorship and Peer Programs

The Mentorship and Peer Programs (MAPP) team provides training, professional development, programming, events, and resources to students involved in academic, wellness, community engagement, and mentorship peer programs. We provide a central hub for student colleagues, staff and faculty who promote student success.

mentorship.utoronto.ca

T-Card Services

The TCard is your campus ID card, which provides access to services and facilities such as Blackboard, libraries, athletic facilities, exams, meal plans, printing services, and more. Once students have their TCard, they are also able to enable their UTORid, U of T email address, and access U of T WiFi.

http://tcard.utoronto.ca/

Career

Career Exploration & Education

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Career Exploration & Education

Our mission is to engage, empower and support students, prospective students and recent graduates as they explore and create life goals that integrate career planning with academic studies, and co-curricular and personal pursuits.  Working with strategic partners, we offer career education and experiential opportunities, which foster career clarity and build skills and lifelong competencies. We serve all U of T students and recent grads who have graduated within the last two years.

careers.utoronto.ca

Community

Career Exploration & Education

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Centre for Community Partnerships

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Centre for International Experience

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Clubs and Leadership Development

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Career Exploration & Education

Our mission is to engage, empower and support students, prospective students and recent graduates as they explore and create life goals that integrate career planning with academic studies, and co-curricular and personal pursuits.  Working with strategic partners, we offer career education and experiential opportunities, which foster career clarity and build skills and lifelong competencies. We serve all U of T students and recent grads who have graduated within the last two years.

careers.utoronto.ca

Centre for Community Partnerships

The Centre for Community Partnerships connects students with opportunities to take action and learn from intentional community-based experiences outside the classroom, while building sustainable partnerships with community organizations across the GTA and Peel regions. These mutually beneficial partnerships help students on all three University of Toronto campuses deepen their understanding of the social, cultural, ethical and political dimensions of civic life through hands-on experiences working with Toronto’s social sector.

ccp.utoronto.ca

Centre for International Experience

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.

cie.utoronto.ca

 

Clubs and Leadership Development

The Clubs and Leadership Development (CALD) team support students who are in formal leadership positions (clubs, groups, representative leaders), those looking to get involved in leadership opportunities, and staff who support student leaders. The team has resources focussed on skill development, leadership development, self-awareness, team dynamics, and communication and conflict resolution, and we deliver these materials through training sessions and in collaboration with initiatives across the Division of Student Life. We also provide space for recognized clubs and groups at the 21 Sussex Club House and a drop-in lounge for student leaders.

http://studentlife.utoronto.ca/cld

First Nations House

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Hart House

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Housing

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Orientation, Transition and Engagement

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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.

fnh.utoronto.ca

 

Hart House

Hart House has been recognized as the centre for the re-imagination and reinvention of the undergraduate student experience at the University of Toronto. It’s a place that welcomes both campus and community to explore cultural, intellectual and recreational activities. Aside from a wide array of events, lectures, live music and performances, Hart House offers classes for every interest from filmmaking and acting to archery and dance. Open 365 days a year, our facilities include a range of impressive rooms for study, dining, recreation and socializing, a modern athletics and aquatics facility, a satellite farm location, the acclaimed Justina M. Barnicke Art Gallery, a dynamic theatre, complete wedding, meeting and event services as well as the top-rated Gallery Grill restaurant all housed within a stunning, neo-Gothic building.

http://harthouse.ca

Housing

Finding and maintaining suitable housing is a key part of your personal and academic success. Housing Services offers the information, resources and support you need to meet your housing goals. Drop by for a visit and see what we have to offer! Housing Services is a member of the Greater Toronto Apartment Association (GTAA).

housing.utoronto.ca

Orientation, Transition and Engagement

The Orientation, Transition and Engagement (OTE) team provides students with a broad range of co-curricular involvement opportunities and supports their active participation in campus life, starting from their orientation to the University, right through until graduation and beyond. This includes orientation and transition, graduate and alumni programming, and the Co-Curricular Record. We provide programming and resources for staff, faculty and students.

http://studentlife.utoronto.ca/ote

Sexual and Gender Diversity Office

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Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre

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Silence is Violence

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T-Card Services

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Sexual and Gender Diversity Office

The Sexual & Gender Diversity Office (SGDO) develops partnerships to build supportive learning and working communities at the University of Toronto by working towards equity and challenging discrimination. The Office provides innovative education, programming, resources and advocacy on sexual and gender diversity for students, staff and faculty across the University’s three campuses.

http://sgdo.utoronto.ca/

Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre

The University of Toronto’s Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre (the Centre) was established in 2017 as part of the University’s Action Plan on Preventing and Responding to Sexual Violence. It has locations on all three campuses and provides support to members of the University community who have been affected by sexual violence or sexual harassment.

The Centre works in collaboration with members of the University community and community partners to meet its mandate.

What is the role of the Centre?

  • The Centre assists students, staff and faculty members in understanding the University’s Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment.
  • The Centre facilitates access to support, services and accommodations for students, staff and faculty members who have experienced sexual violence.
  • The Centre provides training and education on preventing and responding to sexual violence.

Service provided

  • Confidential, transparent, non-judgemental, client-centred services
  • Coordination and navigation of University supports, services and accommodations
  • Support in making a disclosure
  • Explanation and assistance with reporting
  • Referrals to on- and off-campus services
  • Self-care resources

Privacy and confidentiality

The Centre and its staff are subject to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, which provides for access to University records and protection of privacy. We only collect personal information necessary to provide services, supports, and accommodations under the Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment, and we only share information with other University departments or services on a need-to-know basis for these purposes.

Contact 

Students, staff and faculty members can access supports and services at the Centre. Meetings and consultations are available in person or by phone. Contact the Centre by phone, email or by filling out the online form to book an appointment with a Centre staff member.

To access supports now, contact the Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre:

Locations:

University of Toronto, Mississauga
3094G, Davis Building

University of Toronto, St. George
702 Spadina Avenue

University of Toronto, Scarborough
Room: 141, Environmental Science & Chemistry Building

Hours:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday            9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Wednesday                                                              11 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Silence is Violence

Whether you’re looking for direct peer supports and services, class talks, or training on sexual assault, we’ve got resources to share!

Silence is Violence brings the fight against sexual assault to college and university campuses across Canada. SIV does not limit their activism, education and support networks to issues of campus-based violence, instead looking to create community spaces for those impacted by trauma at any stage in life. They are an experientially-led collective of students, staff and faculty at the University of Toronto impacted by sexual assault and violence against women. Their work is built on political advocacy, peer support and education, assisting community on campus through experiences of violence and victimization, and creating spaces for dialogue and education. Silence is Violence takes a multifaceted approach to their activism, building coalitions between students, staff and faculty to target issues of violence, victimization and silencing within campus-based organizations.

https://www.sivuoft.org/contact

T-Card Services

The TCard is your campus ID card, which provides access to services and facilities such as Blackboard, libraries, athletic facilities, exams, meal plans, printing services, and more. Once students have their TCard, they are also able to enable their UTORid, U of T email address, and access U of T WiFi.

http://tcard.utoronto.ca/

Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape 

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Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape 

Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape
Crisis intervention, counselling and referral for survivors of rape/sexual assault. Open 24 hours.
Phone: 416-597-8808
Web: trccmwar.ca 
Email: crisis@trccmwar.ca

Financial Assistance

Book Bursary

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Dollars for Daycare

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Exam Deferral Fee Bursary

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Individual Academic Endeavour Grant

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Book Bursary

UTSU Book Bursary
The Book Bursary reimburses students for some of the costs associated with buying textbooks during the academic year for students in need. All full-time undergraduate students are eligible to apply. Visit www.utsu.ca/book-bursary to apply.

Applications are processed as they are received.
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Dollars for Daycare

Dollars for Daycare

We offer this needs-based bursary as a way to help students pay for dependent care. We offer a workshop on February 14, 2018 at 3pm at the Multi-faith Center. in conjunction with the Family Care Office to help you with the forms and to provide additional financial information/resources that you can access. Check our website closer to the date for time and room location.

 

Applications are processed as they are received.
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Exam Deferral Fee Bursary

Exam Deferral Fee Bursary

Students sometimes need to defer exams for legitimate reasons. For some, the cost of doing so is too high and students are forced to write exams under unfair circumstances. You may be eligible to receive up to $70 in reimbursement for each Exam Deferral Fee paid.

Applications are processed as they are received.
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Individual Academic Endeavour Grant

Individual Academic Endeavour Grant
We want to encourage you to expand your academic experiences—maybe you want to attend an academic conference or something similar? You may be eligible to receive up to $100 to help with the financial costs of getting you there.

Applications are processed as they are received.
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Scholarship Guide

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Scholarship Guide

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Health and Wellness

Hart House

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Health and Wellness Centre

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Multi-Faith Centre

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Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre

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Hart House

Hart House has been recognized as the centre for the re-imagination and reinvention of the undergraduate student experience at the University of Toronto. It’s a place that welcomes both campus and community to explore cultural, intellectual and recreational activities. Aside from a wide array of events, lectures, live music and performances, Hart House offers classes for every interest from filmmaking and acting to archery and dance. Open 365 days a year, our facilities include a range of impressive rooms for study, dining, recreation and socializing, a modern athletics and aquatics facility, a satellite farm location, the acclaimed Justina M. Barnicke Art Gallery, a dynamic theatre, complete wedding, meeting and event services as well as the top-rated Gallery Grill restaurant all housed within a stunning, neo-Gothic building.

http://harthouse.ca

Health and Wellness Centre

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.

healthandwellness.utoronto.ca

 

Multi-Faith Centre

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. Our facilities and programs accommodate a wide variety of spiritual and faith-based practices and encourage interfaith dialogue and spiritual development as part of the learning experience for all students.

multifaith.utoronto.ca

Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre

The University of Toronto’s Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre (the Centre) was established in 2017 as part of the University’s Action Plan on Preventing and Responding to Sexual Violence. It has locations on all three campuses and provides support to members of the University community who have been affected by sexual violence or sexual harassment.

The Centre works in collaboration with members of the University community and community partners to meet its mandate.

What is the role of the Centre?

  • The Centre assists students, staff and faculty members in understanding the University’s Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment.
  • The Centre facilitates access to support, services and accommodations for students, staff and faculty members who have experienced sexual violence.
  • The Centre provides training and education on preventing and responding to sexual violence.

Service provided

  • Confidential, transparent, non-judgemental, client-centred services
  • Coordination and navigation of University supports, services and accommodations
  • Support in making a disclosure
  • Explanation and assistance with reporting
  • Referrals to on- and off-campus services
  • Self-care resources

Privacy and confidentiality

The Centre and its staff are subject to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, which provides for access to University records and protection of privacy. We only collect personal information necessary to provide services, supports, and accommodations under the Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment, and we only share information with other University departments or services on a need-to-know basis for these purposes.

Contact 

Students, staff and faculty members can access supports and services at the Centre. Meetings and consultations are available in person or by phone. Contact the Centre by phone, email or by filling out the online form to book an appointment with a Centre staff member.

To access supports now, contact the Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre:

Locations:

University of Toronto, Mississauga
3094G, Davis Building

University of Toronto, St. George
702 Spadina Avenue

University of Toronto, Scarborough
Room: 141, Environmental Science & Chemistry Building

Hours:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday            9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Wednesday                                                              11 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Silence is Violence

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T-Card Services

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Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape 

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Silence is Violence

Whether you’re looking for direct peer supports and services, class talks, or training on sexual assault, we’ve got resources to share!

Silence is Violence brings the fight against sexual assault to college and university campuses across Canada. SIV does not limit their activism, education and support networks to issues of campus-based violence, instead looking to create community spaces for those impacted by trauma at any stage in life. They are an experientially-led collective of students, staff and faculty at the University of Toronto impacted by sexual assault and violence against women. Their work is built on political advocacy, peer support and education, assisting community on campus through experiences of violence and victimization, and creating spaces for dialogue and education. Silence is Violence takes a multifaceted approach to their activism, building coalitions between students, staff and faculty to target issues of violence, victimization and silencing within campus-based organizations.

https://www.sivuoft.org/contact

T-Card Services

The TCard is your campus ID card, which provides access to services and facilities such as Blackboard, libraries, athletic facilities, exams, meal plans, printing services, and more. Once students have their TCard, they are also able to enable their UTORid, U of T email address, and access U of T WiFi.

http://tcard.utoronto.ca/

Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape 

Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape
Crisis intervention, counselling and referral for survivors of rape/sexual assault. Open 24 hours.
Phone: 416-597-8808
Web: trccmwar.ca 
Email: crisis@trccmwar.ca

Service Groups

Bikechain

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Blue Sky Solar Racing

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Centre for Women and Trans People

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Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU)

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Bikechain

North Borden Building

Entrance on Bancroft Avenue

(563 Spadina Crescent)

e: bikechain@utoronto.ca

w: bikechain.utoronto.ca

Bikechain is UofT’s cycling promotion and educational repair facility. Built on a philosophy that encourages the active involvement of our community to enact positive change, the facility offers a hands-on educational experience to all those who are interested in bicycle repair and maintenance.For those members of the University community without a bike, Bikechain offers bikes free to rent. Bikechain also hosts regular seminars on bicycle safety and maintenance. It is open to all members of the university community including students, staff and faculty. Stop by to learn how to give your bicycle some TLC.

Blue Sky Solar Racing

t: 416-978-2820

e: blueskysolar@utoronto.ca

w: www.blueskysolar.utoronto.ca

University of Toronto Blue Sky Solar Racing is a student-directed program that applies higher education in advancing renewable energy technology and environmental decision-making to make a solar race car. Each component of the car is thought out and evaluated in three key areas: maximization of total energy efficiency, elegance, and overall safety. Blue Sky Solar Racing offers a unique learning experience through the design, construction, logistical operations, public relations and administration of a world-class solar race team.

Centre for Women and Trans People

563 Spadina Ave., North Borden Building, Room 100

Tel: 416-978-8201

e: womens.centre@utoronto.ca

w: womenscentre.sa.utoronto.ca

The Centre for Women and Trans People exists as a drop-in space for UofT students and community members to hang out, meet, learn and share experiences in a safe anti-oppressive and communal environment. The Centre is committed to offering food security, alternative media, peer-support, referrals and advocacy in a women-centered family friendly space. The Centre is student-funded, volunteer-driven and governed by a feminist collective that operates through consensus decision making.

Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU)

Innis College, Room 107

2 Sussex Ave.

t: 416-978-7434

e: cinssu.fff@utoronto.ca

w: www.cinssu.ca

The Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) functions as both a representative for undergraduate students enrolled in UofT Cinema Studies programs and as a film society promoting and celebrating the medium through screening series, seminars and an annual academic journal.

Check out the especially popular Free Friday Films every Friday at 7:00 p.m., Innis Town Hall (2 Sussex Avenue). Admission is free for everyone. CINSSU not only collaborates with multiple community partners, such as TIFF, Hot Docs, Reel Asian, etc., but also hosts popular sneak previews of numerous upcoming new films, as well as giving away free passes for advanced screenings.

Downtown Legal Services

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Environmental Resource Network (UTERN)

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International Health Program (UTIHP)

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Ontario Public Interest Research Group Toronto

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Downtown Legal Services

Faculty of Law, Fasken Martineau Building

655 Spadina Ave.

t: 416-978-6447 Book an appointment

t: 416-934-4535 Other inquiries

e: law.dls@utoronto.ca

w: dls.sa.utoronto.ca

Downtown Legal Services (DLS) is a community legal clinic operating out of the UofT Faculty of Law. The clinic offers innovative legal services to low income communities, as well as provides law students with a thoughtful clinic education program. Legal services are provided by dedicated caseworkers who are supervised by practicing lawyers and cover a number of issues including summary criminal offences, tenant housing disputes, human rights complaints, employment matters, immigration

Environmental Resource Network (UTERN)

2016-A – 33 Willcocks St.

t: 416-222-0371

w: www.utern.org

UTERN is the University of Toronto’s Environmental Resource Network, an umbrella organization that serves as the meeting point for everyone in the university community concerned about the health of our environment. They provide funding for environmental initiatives to aid in networking and collaboration. Membership to UTERN is free to all students, staff, faculty, and alumni of the University of Toronto.

International Health Program (UTIHP)

21 Sussex Ave. Room 534

Tel: 416-315-8665

e: codirectors@utihp.ca

e: www.utihp.ca

UTIHP is a student-run non-profit organization that provides an interdisciplinary forum for the discussion of internal health issues, develops resources for international health outreach and provides students from various disciplines the opportunity to develop leadership skills for further involvement in international health.

Ontario Public Interest Research Group Toronto

563 Spadina Ave., North Borden Building, Room 101

t: 416-978-7770

e: opirg.toronto@gmail.com

w: www.opirgtoronto.org

The Ontario Public Interest Research Group – Toronto is a campus-based group with a mandate for action, education and research on issues of social and environmental justice. Celebrating over 30 years of commitment to social justice on the University of Toronto campus, OPIRG-Toronto is part of an international network of Public Interest Research Groups (PIRG’s), including ten others in Ontario. OPIRG-Toronto is entirely student and community funded. Volunteers are always welcome, and may get involved in one of the many Action Groups, work in the office, do a research project, support community campaigns or join the Board of Directors.

Sexual Education Centre at the University of Toronto (SEC)

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Students for Barrier-free Access (SBA)

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Sexual Education Centre at the University of Toronto (SEC)

21 Sussex Ave. 6th Floor, Unit 612
t: (416)-978-8732
e: sexed.utoronto@gmail.com
w: sec.sa.utoronto.ca

The Sexual Education Centre provides free safer sex supplies such as condoms, lube, dental dams and gloves to U of T students and the wider U of T community. SEC also offers one-to-one peer support, referral services, library services and educational presentations on safer sex, consent and other topics related to sexuality. In addition to these services, SEC organizes fun, sex-positive events throughout the year, including Sexual Awareness Week.

Students for Barrier-free Access (SBA)

215 Huron St. rm 924

t: 416-967-7322

e: sba@utoronto.ca

w: www.uoftsba.com

Students for Barrier-free Access (SBA) is a non-profit organization that advocates for the rights of students with disabilities at UofT. Through programs and services focused on non-academic issues related to disability, SBA raises awareness and breaks down physical, information, and attitudinal barriers.

Student Societies

Architectural and Visual Studies Students’ Union

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Arts & Science Students’ Union (ASSU)

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Association of Part-time Undergraduate Students

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Dental Student Society (DSS)

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Architectural and Visual Studies Students’ Union

AVSSU is the Architecture and Visual Studies Student Union established in 2014 for the undergraduate students at the Daniels Faculty of Architecture and Landscape Design. Executives are dedicated to helping ensure easier access to academic resources and general information; provide a direct communication link to the faculty; and work to provide an overall better university experience through social and educational opportunities outside the classroom.

Contact:

http://www.avssu.ca/

Email: avssu@daniels.utoronto.ca

Arts & Science Students’ Union (ASSU)

ASSU is the official umbrella organization representing 20,000 full-time undergraduate students registered in the Faculty of Arts and Science, St. George campus. ASSU works hard to ensure that the academic needs and concerns of all students are fulfilled. ASSU cooperates in students’ activities at the university and provincial levels by working on many issues with the administration and other campus groups.

Contact:

www.assu.sa.utoronto.ca

Tel: 416-978-4903

Fax: 416-971-2161

Email: students.assu@utoronto.ca

Sidney Smith Hall, Room 1068

100 St. George Street

Toronto, ON M5S 3G3

Monday, Tuesday, Friday – 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Thursday – 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Association of Part-time Undergraduate Students

APUS represents all part-time undergraduate students at the University of Toronto. APUS’ mission is to ensure that part-time students have access to the full range of programs, services and resources at UofT in order to improve the quality of the part-time undergraduate and educational experience.

Contact:

www.apus.utoronto.ca

Tel: 416-978-3993

Fax: 416-978-7595

Email: info.apus@utoronto.ca

General Inquiries

APUS Student Services Office

Sidney Smith Hall

100 St. George Street, Room 1089

Toronto, Ontario M5S 3G3

Monday to Thursday – 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Friday – 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Urgent Matters

APUS Administrative Office

North Borden Building

563 Spadina Crescent, Suite 236

Toronto, Ontario M5S 2J7

Monday to Friday – 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Tel: 416-978-0831

Fax: 416-971-1393

Dental Student Society (DSS)

DSS is the official undergraduate organization in the Faculty of Dentistry. Every full-time undergraduate student in the Faculty is automatically a member of the Society, which organizes and controls the athletic, dramatic, literary, social and other group activities of the student body.

Contact: TBA

Engineering Society (ENGSOC)

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Faculty of Music Association (FMUA)

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Kinesiology & Physical Health Association

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Medical Society (MEDSOC)

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Engineering Society (ENGSOC)

Every undergraduate in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering is a member of EngSoc. Founded in 1885, it is the oldest formal Engineering organization in Canada. The society plans and operates many student activities and services and operates the engineering stores, which supply students with most of their school supplies and instruments. In addition, it deals with matters of policy relating to student academic affairs, and has representation on the Faculty’s governing body, the Council and its working committees.

Contact:

www.skule.ca

Tel: 416-978-2917

Fax: 416-978-1245

Email: engsoc@skule.ca

B740 Sanford Fleming Building

10 King’s College Rd.

Toronto, ON M5S 3G4

Hours September to April

Monday to Thursday – 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Friday – 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Hours May to August

Monday to Thursday – 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Friday – 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Faculty of Music Association (FMUA)

The FMUA is the official undergraduate organization in the Faculty of Music. The object of the FMUA is “to promote the interests of undergraduates in the Faculty of Music, cultivate relations between the faculty and the student body in University activities, and to further goodwill among the members themselves.”

Officers are elected annually, and along with appointed committee chairpersons, form the Executive Committee. Various standing committees are responsible for planning and coordinating a number of student functions. The Association organizes the election of student members to Council.

Contact:

http://www.music.utoronto.ca/students/organisations/fmua.htm

Kinesiology & Physical Health Association

The KPEUA is a potent group of people that continuously affect the entire university year after year despite its small size. Events have included PHErosh and Kin Krash pub nights. KPEUA’s mission is to enhance the student experience for all UofT students while promoting leadership opportunities in an inclusive environment.

Contact:

physical.utoronto.ca

Tel: 416-978-4893

Email: pheua.council@utoronto.ca

Medical Society (MEDSOC)

MEDSOC is the elected governing body of undergraduate medical students. MEDSOC represents medical students to the Faculty of Medicine, Alumni, other faculties within the university, the medical profession, and the community at large. The Society organizes a wide variety of student events and is concerned with both academic and non-academic aspects of student life. MEDSOC is also actively involved in serving as a liaison between pre-clerkship and clerkship students and continues to foster a sense of community within the student body.

Contact:

www.uoftmeds.com

Tel: 416-946-3047

Email: medical.society@utoronto.ca

Nursing Undergraduate Society (NUS)

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Scarborough Campus Students’ Union (SCSU)

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Student Teachers’ Union (STU)

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Students’ Law Society (SLS)

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Nursing Undergraduate Society (NUS)

NUS represents all undergraduate nursing students at UofT. NUS plans numerous social and educational opportunities throughout the school year. Its purpose is to improve student physical, social and cultural welfare; to represent the student perspective of campus life; to promote full cooperation between students, faculty and administration; to promote channels of communication through which students’ opinions may be expressed; to promote students’ rights and responsibilities; to foster awareness of students’ positions to a variety of communities; and to enhance professionalism by providing a forum in which members may gain experience in responsible leadership and community involvement.

Contact

www.facebook.com/UofTNUS

Email: ask@uoftnus.com

President’s email: president@uoftnus.com

Website is https://nus966.wixsite.com/nusuoft

Fb page: https://www.facebook.com/UofTNUS/

Scarborough Campus Students’ Union (SCSU)

SCSU represents all full-time undergraduate students at the University of Toronto, Scarborough campus. SCSU operates year-round through its team of 6 Executives, 18 Directors, 8 full-time staff and numerous part-time staff. They are committed to providing advocacy, enriching the university experience and addressing students’ needs and interests through their services.

Contact

www.scsu.ca

Tel: 416-287-7047

Fax: 416-287-7088

Email: info@scsu.ca

1265 Military Trail

Room SL-108

Toronto, ON M1C 1A4

Monday to Thursday – 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Friday – 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Student Teachers’ Union (STU)

Every Bachelor of Education student at OISE is automatically a member of STU. STU is a body of elected representatives that aims to serve its members. During the school year the STU involves OISE students in social, educational and athletic events that give students the opportunity to interact with each other in a fun atmosphere outside of the classroom. OISE STU is available throughout the year to answer questions.

Contact:

www.oise.utoronto.ca/stu

stu.oise@utoronto.ca

OISE Building Room 5-199

252 Bloor St. West

Toronto, ON M5S 1V6

Students’ Law Society (SLS)

All students at the Faculty of Law are members of the SLS. Its purpose is to promote the general welfare of the student body and is the focal point for all student-related law school activities, including policy issues and social events. An executive and representatives from each year are elected annually by the student body.

Contact:

studentslawsociety.wordpress.com

sls.law@utoronto.ca

Transitional Year Program Student Association (TYP)

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U of T Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU)

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Undergraduate Pharmacy Society (UPS)

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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO Graduate Students’ Union (GSU)

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Transitional Year Program Student Association (TYP)

The TYPSA represents students enrolled in the Transitional Year Program.

This program has offered successful applications a chance to gain entry into the University of Toronto Undergraduate Faculty of Arts and Science through a full-time access program uniquely geared towards students from communities that are under-represented within post-secondary institutions. These include people from indigenous, African and African-Diasporic communities, South-Asian, East-Asian, LGBTTQ, working-class and migrant communities; sole-support parents and anyone else who has experienced significant systemic barriers in accessing university.

 

Contact:

For more information on TYPSA please contact the TYP Director of the UTSU Board of Directors, Htay Tint at: htay.tint@mail.utoronto.ca

U of T Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU)

UTMSU members are all students at the University of Toronto Mississauga campus. Full-time undergraduate UTMSU members are also members of the UTSU. UTMSU has a vision to represent and advocate for all undergraduate students at the University. Their fundamental beliefs, which include the power of representation, and strength in diverse voices and opinions, are the cornerstone of their council. The UTMSU is membership driven and cannot survive without vital student input and involvement. UTMSU provides a wide array of services and advocacy.

Contact:

www.utmsu.ca

Tel: 905-828-5249

Fax: 905-569-4714

Email: info@utmsu.ca

3359 Mississauga Rd. North

Student Centre Room 100

Mississauga, ON L5L 1C6

Undergraduate Pharmacy Society (UPS)

UPS is an organization run by the students for the students. As a pharmacy student, you are automatically a member of this society. UPS links all four classes together, as well as the faculty staff. Their mission is to “promote social, athletic, and professional activities to the undergraduate pharmacy student for the purpose of enhancing the educational experience at this faculty.”

Contact:

uoftpharmacy.com

ups.uoftpharmacy@gmail.com

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO Graduate Students’ Union (GSU)

The UTGSU represents more than 17,000 students studying in more than 85 departments. For many years this union has advocated for increased student representation, funding, and provided services and a voice for the graduate student body.

General Information: info@utgsu.ca

Website: www.utgsu.ca

Tel: 416-978-2391
16 Bancroft Ave.
Toronto, ON M5S 1C1

Monday to Friday – 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Support

Family Care Office

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First Nations House

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Housing

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Mentorship and Peer Programs

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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. The Family Care Office supports current University of Toronto students, staff, faculty, post-doctoral fellows and their families with any family care related issue. The FCO has always emphasized an inclusive definition of family.

http://www.familycare.utoronto.ca/

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.

fnh.utoronto.ca

 

Housing

Finding and maintaining suitable housing is a key part of your personal and academic success. Housing Services offers the information, resources and support you need to meet your housing goals. Drop by for a visit and see what we have to offer! Housing Services is a member of the Greater Toronto Apartment Association (GTAA).

housing.utoronto.ca

Mentorship and Peer Programs

The Mentorship and Peer Programs (MAPP) team provides training, professional development, programming, events, and resources to students involved in academic, wellness, community engagement, and mentorship peer programs. We provide a central hub for student colleagues, staff and faculty who promote student success.

mentorship.utoronto.ca

Multi-Faith Centre

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Orientation, Transition and Engagement

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Sexual and Gender Diversity Office

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Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre

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Multi-Faith Centre

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. Our facilities and programs accommodate a wide variety of spiritual and faith-based practices and encourage interfaith dialogue and spiritual development as part of the learning experience for all students.

multifaith.utoronto.ca

Orientation, Transition and Engagement

The Orientation, Transition and Engagement (OTE) team provides students with a broad range of co-curricular involvement opportunities and supports their active participation in campus life, starting from their orientation to the University, right through until graduation and beyond. This includes orientation and transition, graduate and alumni programming, and the Co-Curricular Record. We provide programming and resources for staff, faculty and students.

http://studentlife.utoronto.ca/ote

Sexual and Gender Diversity Office

The Sexual & Gender Diversity Office (SGDO) develops partnerships to build supportive learning and working communities at the University of Toronto by working towards equity and challenging discrimination. The Office provides innovative education, programming, resources and advocacy on sexual and gender diversity for students, staff and faculty across the University’s three campuses.

http://sgdo.utoronto.ca/

Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre

The University of Toronto’s Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre (the Centre) was established in 2017 as part of the University’s Action Plan on Preventing and Responding to Sexual Violence. It has locations on all three campuses and provides support to members of the University community who have been affected by sexual violence or sexual harassment.

The Centre works in collaboration with members of the University community and community partners to meet its mandate.

What is the role of the Centre?

  • The Centre assists students, staff and faculty members in understanding the University’s Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment.
  • The Centre facilitates access to support, services and accommodations for students, staff and faculty members who have experienced sexual violence.
  • The Centre provides training and education on preventing and responding to sexual violence.

Service provided

  • Confidential, transparent, non-judgemental, client-centred services
  • Coordination and navigation of University supports, services and accommodations
  • Support in making a disclosure
  • Explanation and assistance with reporting
  • Referrals to on- and off-campus services
  • Self-care resources

Privacy and confidentiality

The Centre and its staff are subject to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, which provides for access to University records and protection of privacy. We only collect personal information necessary to provide services, supports, and accommodations under the Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment, and we only share information with other University departments or services on a need-to-know basis for these purposes.

Contact 

Students, staff and faculty members can access supports and services at the Centre. Meetings and consultations are available in person or by phone. Contact the Centre by phone, email or by filling out the online form to book an appointment with a Centre staff member.

To access supports now, contact the Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre:

Locations:

University of Toronto, Mississauga
3094G, Davis Building

University of Toronto, St. George
702 Spadina Avenue

University of Toronto, Scarborough
Room: 141, Environmental Science & Chemistry Building

Hours:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday            9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Wednesday                                                              11 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Silence is Violence

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T-Card Services

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Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape 

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Silence is Violence

Whether you’re looking for direct peer supports and services, class talks, or training on sexual assault, we’ve got resources to share!

Silence is Violence brings the fight against sexual assault to college and university campuses across Canada. SIV does not limit their activism, education and support networks to issues of campus-based violence, instead looking to create community spaces for those impacted by trauma at any stage in life. They are an experientially-led collective of students, staff and faculty at the University of Toronto impacted by sexual assault and violence against women. Their work is built on political advocacy, peer support and education, assisting community on campus through experiences of violence and victimization, and creating spaces for dialogue and education. Silence is Violence takes a multifaceted approach to their activism, building coalitions between students, staff and faculty to target issues of violence, victimization and silencing within campus-based organizations.

https://www.sivuoft.org/contact

T-Card Services

The TCard is your campus ID card, which provides access to services and facilities such as Blackboard, libraries, athletic facilities, exams, meal plans, printing services, and more. Once students have their TCard, they are also able to enable their UTORid, U of T email address, and access U of T WiFi.

http://tcard.utoronto.ca/

Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape 

Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape
Crisis intervention, counselling and referral for survivors of rape/sexual assault. Open 24 hours.
Phone: 416-597-8808
Web: trccmwar.ca 
Email: crisis@trccmwar.ca