The Co-op Office partners with other student services areas on campus to support your success in the co-op program.
Need help with managing your academics and co-op priorities, planning your courses, or building your study skills? Meeting with an Academic Advisor or attending workshops offered by the Academic Advising and Career Centre can help you succeed in your academics and in co-op.
Co-op job search can be challenging for many students and there may be a time when you feel overwhelmed and need support. The Health & Wellness Centre has trained counselling staff available from Monday to Friday. They'll work with you to understand your needs and challenges and they'll help create a plan to ensure you have the support you need to be successful. The Health & Wellness Centre is located in the Student Centre (SL-270) and appointments can be made by phone, in person, by email or online.
Students with diverse learning styles are welcomed in the Arts & Science Co-op Program. In particular, if you have a disability/health consideration that may require accommodations, please feel free to approach us and/or the AccesAbility Services Office as soon as possible. We will work with you and AccessAbility Services to ensure you can achieve your learning goals in this course and succeed while conducting job search activities. Enquiries are confidential. The UTSC AccessAbility Services staff (located in S302) are available by appointment to accesss specific needs, provide referrals and arrange appropriate accommodations.
The International Student Centre (ISC) is here to provide you with all of the support and guidance you will need during your time at the University of Toronto Scarborough. Transition Advisors are available to assist you and answer any of the questions you may have. Immigration Advisors are happy to help you with your legal documents and Canadian Immigration inquiries.
As a co-op student, you will need to consult with Immigration Advisors regarding applying for your co-op work permit. This is also true if you are looking to study or work abroad.
English Language Development Centre (ELDC) aims to help students communicate more effectively for their academic needs, to confidently participate in classes, tutorials and campus life, and to equip students wtih strategies and tools to participate actively in the academic community. Co-op students find support to: