Student Support - UTSCTogether

The 2020-21 academic year will be different at the University of Toronto. Our community of students, faculty and staff will learn, teach, research and work in new ways. But what won’t change is our shared commitment to creating rich, inclusive environments for learning, and to pursuing research that unlocks solutions to global challenges, while protecting the health and safety of every member of our community.

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The following features information for UTSC students regarding actions and responses related to the coronavirus (COVID-19). Students should continue to check their U of T email for updates from the various divisions, Deans of Students and residences.

Graduate Students, can also visit the School of Graduate Studies webpage for specific updates.

For further information visit the COVID-19 Information for University of Toronto students information page on the Office of the Vice-Provost Students website.


Office of the Registrar

The Office of the Registrar offers support and information for current students, recently admitted students and future students.


Student Affairs & Services

Student Experience and Wellbeing

Through UTSC’s Office of Student Affairs, tap into key programs, services and resources

Student Life

The Office of Student Experience and Wellbeing, Student Life Programs is at the heart of offering opportunities to enhance the student experience outside of the classroom. Currently offering virtual support, students can connect with them to find out more about virtual events, volunteer opportunities, and more.

Be sure to check out Your Campus Life for student societies, clubs and other campus life activities.

Health, Wellness & Counselling Centre

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.

Student Housing Residence Life

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

International Students

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.

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Financial support and information

The University of Toronto is working to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, including providing emergency financial support and work-study opportunities for students. The Financial Support & Funding Opportunities directory provides resources to access university financial aid supports as well as provincial and federal government programs.

 

 

Academic Support

The Centre for Teaching and Learning, currently offers a wide range of online support to students.

Career Centre

Ready to continue to support students virtually, the Academic Advising & Career Centre offers a variety of services and events. Also access online Career Workshops 24/7 at uoft.me/247workshops

Recreation, Athletics & Wellness Centre

Visit the Department of Athletics & Recreation for  Virtual Summer Programs, Virtual Registered Programs webpage and other fun activities to keep active.

Accessibility Services

The Accessibility Services team offers support and resources to students to ensure equal access for students with disabilities.

I&ITS Services

UTSC's Information &Instructional Technology services (I&ITS) is available to provide support for students to work effectively while off campus. Connect with them for UTORid account access, TCars, WiFi access and more.

TCards and UTORid

Students who are getting their first TCard can use a new online tool to choose and upload their own photo. The MyPhoto system walks users through a simple, five-step process that includes uploading an image, editing it and choosing where to pick up the physical card once the university re-opens. For more information about obtaining TCards and activating your UTORid, please visit the TCard Services information page

Equity Offices

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.