If you need support, call 416-287-7065 or email health-services@utsc.utoronto.ca to speak to a counsellor.

My Student Support Program (My SSP App) – provides students with 24 hours, 7 days/week access to a counsellor, by calling 1-844-451-9700 (or 001.416.380.6578 if outside Canada or the USA – call charges apply) 

Same Day Counselling, Nursing and Doctor appointments are available virtually, by phone or, if needed, in-person appointments can be booked by calling or emailing the Health and Wellness Centre (room SL-270 in the Student Centre) at U of T Scarborough. For more information on health and wellness resources, visit https://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/hwc/.


Visit the Student Mental Health Resource page at https://mentalhealth.utoronto.ca/ for wellness and mental health resources.


Resources for keeping yourself physically fit and healthy at home are available at https://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/athletics/how-stay-active-home.


Embedded counsellors are available in these departments:

Academic Advising & Career Centre • AccessAbility Services • Anthropology • Arts, Culture and Media • Computer and Mathematical Sciences • Critical Development Studies • English • Human Geography • Interdisciplinary Centre for Health and Society • International Student Centre • Library • Management • Physical and Environmental Sciences • Political Science • Psychology • Residence • Sociology

Health & Wellness Centre’s Health Services:

  • Acne treatment  
  • Allergy shots 
  • Birth Control education one-on-one sessions 
  • Birth control prescriptions  
  • Concussion support 
  • Counselling (individual) 
  • Diagnostic Testing 
  • Dressing Changes 
  • Emergency Contraceptive Pill 
  • First Aid 
  • Flu Shots 
  • Hormone Therapy 
  • Immunizations and Vaccines  
  • Medical forms (e.g Certificate of Disability for Accessibility Services form, OSAP Disability Verification form)  
  • Nutritional Counselling
  • Pap test 
  • Periodic Health Visits 
  • Pregnancy Testing & Counselling 
  • Prescriptions  
  • Referrals to Specialists 
  • Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) testing including HIV 
  • Smoking Cessation 
  • Treatment of Minor Illnesses (e.g headache, nausea, menstrual cramps) 
  • Wart removal  

Feel free to contact your GSAS Health and Wellness Representative, Patricia Semcesen, at patricia.semcesen@mail.utoronto.ca.

To see the health and dental benefits for the University of Toronto Graduate Students’ Union, click here.
If you are a Teaching Assistant, Student or Post-doc Course Instructor, then you are part of the CUPE 3902 Unit 1 UofT Academic Staff Union. For Information on your CUPE 3902 Unit 1 Benefits, click here.