The Office of Student Affairs & Services, led by Desmond Pouyat, dean of student affairs, supports the academic and personal success of U of T Scarborough students by ensuring that appropriate, efficient and student-friendly services are always in place.
The Office of Student Affairs & Services provides strategic guidance and oversight for the following departments: Academic Advising & Career Centre, AccessAbility Services, Athletics & Recreation, Department of Student Life, Health & Wellness Centre, International Student Centre, and Student Housing & Residence Life.
The University of Toronto celebrated the largest graduating class in the country with 27 ceremonies over three weeks in June. In total, 1,731 U of T Scarborough graduates received their degrees at Convocation 2017. Read More
The 2017 North American Indigenous Games are coming to U of T Scarborough this July. This week we celebrated NAIG Day on campus to learn more about the Games and opportunities to get involved.
AccessAbility Services is looking for volunteer note takers for this semester. Being a volunteer is a great way to get involved on campus, gain valuable leadership experience and make a difference in the lives of others.