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Get answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Health & Wellness


Get answers to the most common questions about Health & Wellness at the University of Toronto. If you have a question that’s not answered here, you can call the centre at 416-978-8030 or email hwc.info@utoronto.ca Making an Appointment Wait Times and Eligibility Changing Your Provider Service Fees Accessing Health Services […]

tag: Health & Wellnesstag: Undergraduate studenttag: Graduate student


Housing tips for students with families


Students with families have a number of housing options. University Family Housing 416-978-8049 family.housing@utoronto.ca For on-campus living, University Family Housing has apartment buildings at 30 and 35 Charles Street West and units at Huron-Sussex on the St. George campus. UTM Family Housing also offers townhouses for students with families on the Mississauga campus. To apply, login […]

tag: Housingtag: URenttag: Off-Campus Housing Findertag: Undergraduate studenttag: Graduate student


Explore medical services


We provide a wide range of medical services for U of T students. These services include routine health care services, such as sexual and reproductive health counselling, allergy care, nutrition consultation, and support with many other health concerns. Most of our services are covered by your Canadian provincial health plans or university health insurance plan […]

tag: Health & Wellnesstag: Undergraduate studenttag: Graduate student


Residence vacancies and waitlists


Students who do not qualify for the residence guarantee are welcome to apply to join the waitlist via the StarRez Portal. Completing an application does not guarantee a space in residence. For additional information on the individual residence wait lists, please contact the residence office at the residence that you are interested in. The individual […]

tag: Housingtag: StarRez Portaltag: Residence accommodationstag: Residence application supporttag: Undergraduate studenttag: Graduate student


Residence application for students with families


This information is for students with families studying across the three campuses. The StarRez Portal is the tool you will use to apply for on-campus residence. The residence guarantee does not apply to family housing. Vacancies in family housing are limited, particularly for those looking to move in September. STEP 1 Explore your residence options: U of T St. George: University […]

tag: Housingtag: StarRez Portaltag: Residence accommodationstag: Residence application supporttag: Undergraduate studenttag: Graduate student


Strengthening Accessibility & Inclusion within Professional Programs


Strengthening Accessibility & Inclusion within Professional Programs is an annual, free virtual conference hosted by the U of T accessibility offices (St. George Campus, University of Toronto Mississauga, University of Toronto Scarborough) and the Office of the Vice-Provost Students. The University of Toronto is a founding member of the Canada Accessibility Network (CAN), a national collaboration to […]

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Sexual and reproductive health counselling and education


Birth control counselling The physicians and nurses at the Health & Wellness Centre can provide counselling and information on the various forms of birth control, and can help you choose the method that is right for you. IUD insertions If you choose to get an intrauterine device (IUD) after consulting with a physician, our clinic […]

tag: Health & Wellnesstag: Undergraduate studenttag: Graduate studenttag: International student


Know your rights


Knowing your rights gives you an edge as you apply for work and advance in your career. Developed in partnership, and in consultation with and at the request of trans and nonbinary University of Toronto students and alumni, Career Exploration & Education and the Sexual & Gender Diversity Office present Your Journey: A Career Guide […]

tag: Career Exploration & Educationtag: Career Workshopstag: Flexible Futures Programming for Graduate Studentstag: Career advising appointmentstag: Career Starttag: Undergraduate studenttag: Graduate student


Support when you feel distressed


If you are: feeling desperate and hopeless, worried you might hurt yourself, someone else or having suicidal thoughts, alone with no one to talk to If you have: made a plan, the means to hurt yourself or someone else (e.g. pills or a weapon), attempted suicide or hurt yourself before Talk to someone right NOW […]

tag: Health & Wellnesstag: Undergraduate studenttag: Graduate studenttag: International studenttag: New student


Compare and contact U of T residences


Each campus has its own distinct residential communities and styles of residential living. The more contemporary colleges feature modern residences, while the oldest colleges have more history. Each residence has its own intramural teams, governance, clubs and dining options. Each residence also has its own eligibility rules. Some are open to all students, and others […]

tag: Housingtag: StarRez Portaltag: Residence application supporttag: Undergraduate studenttag: Graduate student


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