Academic advising is offered at the Department for students contemplating or pursuing its minor, major, or specialist programs. For more information, please contact Urooj Khan firstname.lastname@example.org or Heather Seto at email@example.com
The Writing Centre - This free service is open to all University of Toronto Scarborough students and supports student learning at any stage in the writing process, from planning an outline to polishing a final draft. The Centre offers appointments, drop-in hours, writing groups and clinics and online resources.
English Language Development Centre (ELDC) - The ELDC offers a suite of co-curricular academic support programs such as workshops and seminars, Communication Cafes and the Reading and Writing Excellence (RWE) program, as well as one-on-one consultations, Academic English Health Checks (AEHC) and online resources to enhance academic English and communication skills and help students communicate more effectively.
Facilitated Study Groups (FSGs) - In these weekly study groups for selected UTSC courses, students will discuss the lecture material and important concepts, develop study strategies and fresh approaches, and work through problems as a group to prepare for assignments and tests.
Service Learning and Outreach - The Service Learning and Outreach (SLO) program provides experiential education opportunities for students where they are matched with placement opportunities offered by their communities. As part of the experience, students reflect on how their academic knowledge enhances their delivery of service and how that service experience informs their academic understanding.
The AA&CC provides a wide variety of resources and supports to help students with their study skills, learning and academic and career planning by integrating developmental advising, learning skills, career counselling and employment coaching through individual appointments, workshops, experiential programming, events and a range of online resources.
In addition to its large collection and access to the entire UofT Library system, the UTSC Library provides research assistance in person, by telephone, through email, and through the online Ask a Librarian chat service. Students can book an appointment with a liaison librarian to assist with finding resources to fulfill course assignments. The Liaison Librarian for the Department of Historical and Cultural Studies is Whitney Kemble (see contact information here). Students are encouraged to connect with Whitney early in the term for assistance with course assignments.
UTSC Registrar's Office - The Registrar's Office supports current undergraduate students with their registration, financial needs, scholarships, awards, exams, graduation, petitions, and TCards.
The office provides services and academic accommodations to students who have a documented learning, physical, sensory, mental health disability or medical condition. Our services cater to the individual; we provide supports that are tailored to the student’s individual needs.
The Health & Wellness Centre has health care providers who provide medical, nursing, counselling, health promotion and education services to University of Toronto Scarborough students. Any student with a current student card and a valid health card can use our services.
The N’sheemaehn Child Care Centre, located at the North east corner of the campus, is a not-for-profit Centre that is dedicated to providing a happy & positive learning environment for the children in their care. The Centre offers programming for infant, toddler, preschool and kindergarten-aged children.