Student Support - UTogether

Last Updated: January 19, 2022

The safety of our campus community continues to remain a priority and we will continue to follow public health guidelines to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

You are required to adhere to the following in order to visit campus:

  1. Please refer to our new Hours of Operation.
  2. Access to campus facilities is only available through the Science Wing (main entrance) and the ARC (main entrance).
  3. Individuals wishing to access campus faciliites will be required to sign in at one of these locations using their TCard or smartphone and provide their proof of vaccination status via UCheck. Those unable to provide their vaccination status via UCheck will be asked to show a paper version.
  4. Each time you plan to visit campus, you must complete a self-assessment using UCheck before coming to campus.
  5. Non-medical masks will be required in all indoor spaces.
  6. Physical distancing measures are in place for all non-instructional indoor spaces such as designated eating areas.
  7. Physical distancing and capacity limits do not apply to academic instructional spaces such as lecture halls, labs and study areas.



Student Experience & Wellbeing

UTSC's Health & Wellness Centre offers appointment bookings and virtual counselling sessions. For additional mental health support and resources available to UTSC students, visit Mental Health Services and Resources For UTSC Students.

The Equity & Diversity Office and the Office of Indigenous Resources remain open and available to provide support, and offers a list of resources available to assist you with campus life. Visit their webpage, for a list of on and off campus resources available to you.

AccessAbility Services provides academic accommodations and supports for undergraduate, graduate and non-degree students with disabilities and health considerations, including mental health conditions, ADD/ADHD, Learning Disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), sensory disabilities, chronic health conditions, concussions or head injuries, mobility or functional disabilities and temporary disabilities and injuries.

To register with AccessAbility Services please visit the Registration Information webpage and complete the Online Intake Registration Form.

Have more questions? Visit the AccessAbility Services FAQ.

Get involved in residence life and find out more about facilities and support available through UTSC Student Housing & Residence Life website.

Advisors are available to assist international and exchange students and newcomers with Transition and Immigration support. Whether you’re a First Year Student, need Immigration advice or want to know more about The Global Mobility Program, the International Student Centre has information and resources to answer your questions. Additional information for current and newly-admitted international students is available on from the Vice-Provost Students website.

Additional links:

Academic Resources - The Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL)

The Centre for Teaching and Learning provides academic learning support to students through online tutoring, workshops, and peer supports to drive student success.

Feeling unconfident about your writing? The Centre for Teaching and Learning Writing Support offers UTSC students free online instruction and resources to help improve writing skills and build your writing confidence.

Looking to communicate more effectively for your academic needs? Or to participate confidently in classes, tutorials and campus life? Get equipped with strategies and tools to participate actively in the academic community here.

Support with free seminars, workshops, virtual tutoring, individual appointments, and small-group consultations in various subjects of mathematics and statistics can be found here.


Want to improve your grades? Was your last academic year tough? Want to do better but don’t know where to begin? It’s not too late to turn things around.

Join the ArriveUTSC program and learn how to thrive both personally and academically.

Build Your Study Skills

Achieving success at university is dependent on developing and practicing solid learning strategies and study skills. This includes areas such as: time management, reading, note-taking, test taking and so on. We have a wide variety of services to meet your needs.

Learn more about how we can help you improve your study skills

Studying remotely or "online" is going to require some adjustments. Our UTSC campus partners are working together to help you succeed! Find out more about Remote Learning.

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