About Student Life
Mission & Vision
The Division of Student Life brings coherence to complexity and creates opportunities to build skills, foster community and integrate learning. We connect life to learning. Read more about our mission and vision.
Annual Report & Operating Plan
Each year the Division of Student Life submits its Annual Report & Operating Plan to the Council of Student Services (COSS). These reports provide an overview of everything Student Life does to support students at the University of Toronto.
If you need an alternate version of any of these documents or reports, please contact Tricia Kenderdine at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-946-7053.
Mental Health Framework
We all have a role to play in mental wellness on campus.
From student leaders to faculty and staff, we can all participate in ensuring student mental wellness. Explore our 22 recommendations across five key areas to discover how you fit in.
See your role. Share our vision.
- U of T’s Institutional Commitment.
- How Awareness, Education, Training and Anti-Stigma strategies can change the conversation.
- Using Inclusive Curriculum & Teaching Approaches to build resilience and diminish stress.
- A wide range of Mental Health Services and Programs.
- Policies and Procedures that support students.
Student Initiative Fund
Do you have a great idea for an activity at U of T and need some funds to make it happen? The Student Initiative Fund (SIF) offers financial support to projects that enhance the student experience and foster a sense of community at the University of Toronto. Your project could be eligible for up to $5,000 in funding!
Got questions about Student Life?
ASKme has the information you need!
Use the keyword search page to find answers to the most frequently asked questions about campus. If you don't find the answer you need within seconds, we can email the answer directly to you.
Each September, look for the ASKme booths at indoor and outdoor locations like Sidney Smith Hall, the Bahen Centre, Convocation Hall and Robarts Library.
Join the crew!
Student Life on the St. George campus is looking for students who are actively involved at U of T and have the social media chops to help build community and encourage students to get engaged. We’re looking for students to join our Student Life Community Crew. Members of the Crew will be profiled in the 2016 “Start @ U of T” publication for incoming first-year students, and will be featured in a set of welcome videos. Crew members will work from June 2016 to April 2017 or September 2016 to April 2017 depending on the position. Find out more about the positions & how to apply!