Complete a UCheck self-assessment before coming to campus or attending any in-person appointments with Student Life.
Understand how YOU learn best and build your skills as you discover tips for acing exams, essays, presentations and more.
Learn how to enhance your academic experience through tips and workshops.
Access resources for your ongoing or temporary disabilities as you learn to navigate academic accommodations and discover a supportive community of peers.
Learn how to register with the office and navigate your academic accommodations.
Whether you want to browse U of T’s clubs and groups or start one of your own, this is where you can get involved with communities that matter to you.
Find the U of T club or group that’s right for you.
Find out more about faith and spirituality at U of T or connect with Indigenous life on campus.
Learn how to connect with your faith, spirituality or indigeneity.
Develop your career path and get valuable advice about finding work, job markets and further education.
Explore your job options and how to turn the career of your dreams into reality.
Learn more about U of T’s residences, off-campus housing, temporary housing, and your rights and responsibilities as a tenant.
Find your new home and learn what comes next.
Check out the location and hours of the Health & Wellness Centre, info about health insurance, appointments, mental health resources and emergency support.
Take care of your health and find valuable resources.
Find everything you need to know about learning abroad, study permits and visas, adjusting to life in Canada, permanent residency and more.
Get more information about being or becoming an international student.
Whether you want to find a mentor, become a mentor or build your leadership skills, we’ve got the tools and workshops to get you started.
Build your leadership and mentorship skills today.
THE STUDENT LIFE ESCALATION PROCESS
If you have a concern about a student service located on the St. George Campus, your first step is to talk to the Director of the service.
If your concern has not been resolved after taking this step, your second step should be to contact the Executive/Senior Director of the service.