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Resources, Services, Supports

 NB:  This page was formerly named "GradLife Programs & Services"

 Looking for mental health services, resources, or academic supports?

*Do you want to talk to someone?


*Feeling distressed? Need someone to talk to right now, call 911.

  • 1-866-925-5454 (Good2Talk, open 24/7)
  • 1-844-451-9700 (My SSP for International students, open 24/7)



(*For a list of additional resources, please scroll down this page.)


Links to commonly requested Graduate Services, Resources, and Student Life Programs provided by the University of Toronto on the St. George campus

Student Life on the St. George Campus


This link will direct you to the homepage of the Student Life on the St. George campus website.

The Graduate Student Wellness Portal   Looking for mental health services, resources, or academic supports? Need to talk with someone about your experiences of supervision? This portal, developed in collaboration with the University of Toronto Graduate Students' Union (UTGSU), can help point you in the right direction.

The School of Graduate Studies


For information on programs, fees, English Language testing, International Degree Equivalencies, and links to scholarships and awards.


Alphabetical list of specific resources and links commonly searched for by students (more links and phone numbers to be added)

Aboriginal Student Services    First Nations House   Academic Success    Boost your academic skills
Accessibility   Get accommodations and support for your academic success
  Athletic Centre    
Career Centre     Centre for International Experience (CIE)   If you are thinking of travelling abroad or if you are an international student, assistance with English language competency, transitioning to the University of Toronto, health insurance, immigration, navigating the campus and much more.
Family Care Office       Hart House    
Health and Wellness Centre   Koffler Student Services Centre   Housing Services    
Multi-faith Centre       Office of Convocation    
Sexual & Gender Diversity Office       Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre   The Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre at UofT offers help and support to students, staff and faculty at the University of Toronto who have been affected by sexual violence or sexual harassment. They are available to help you understand, access and navigate supports such as counselling, medical services, academic or workplace accommodations, financial aid and legal aid. Contact the Centre to find out more.


*Feeling distressed? Find someone to talk to right now – and if there is an immediate risk:     SAFETY ABROAD OFFICE    


Free 24/7 support is available outside the university.

Students, staff and faculty can speak to a trained crisis worker at any hour of the day.

  • Good 2 Talk Student Helpline 1-866-925-5454. Professional counselling, information and referrals for mental health, addictions and well-being.
  • Gerstein Crisis Centre 416-929-5200
  • Distress Centres of Greater Toronto 416-408-HELP (4357)
  • The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health at 250 College Street
  • Anishnawbe Health Toronto Mental Health Crisis Line 416-360-0486
  • My SSP for U of T Students 1-844-451-9700. Immediate counselling support is available in 35 languages and ongoing support in 146 languages.
  • Appointed faculty and staff have access to the Employee & Family Assistance Program (EFAP), offered through Homewood Health, online and by phone at 1-800-663-1142.


These are some of the services available to students on all three UofT campuses.

  • St. George Campus: Health and Wellness Centre (416-978-8030), located at Koffler Student Services
  • U of T Scarborough: Health & Wellness Centre 416-287-7065
  • U of T Mississauga: Health & Counselling Centre 905-828-5255




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