Updated: October 19, 2020
As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, we want you to know that the Division of Student Life is here to support you. Regular updates to students and the University community are available on this page.
Visit UTogether 2020 for a guide to fall 2020 at U of T. Watch this video to learn what to expect when you’re on campus, find out where to pick up your U of T face mask and remember to complete a UCheck self-assessment before coming to campus or leaving your residence room.
Staying connected, moving forward
Looking for Student Life’s events and workshops? We’ve moved online with activities and resources to help you do your best learning from home, so you’ll find just what you need to stay motivated, focused and connected.
Appointments with students continue in person, online or by phone depending on the program or service.
We know our modified service delivery requires some adjustments, and we thank you for your patience, flexibility and cooperation. Our focus remains on the health and well being of our community and our students’ academic success.
Find answers to frequently asked questions about coping with stress, residence, help for international students and safety abroad from the Office of the Vice Provost, Students.
The Office of the Vice Provost, Students Funding Opportunity Directory lists financial supports and funding opportunities that you can apply for from the University and the provincial and federal governments.
If you have questions or require more information about a program or service, please reach out to us via the contact information listed under each department below. Refer to additional contact information for senior administrators.
- Academic Success
- Accessibility Services
- Career Exploration & Education
- Centre for Community Partnerships
- Centre for International Experience
- Health & Wellness
- Indigenous Student Services/First Nations House
- Multi-Faith Centre
- Student & Campus Community Development
- T-Card Office