Student Life “Just in Time” digital slides display important dates, key resources and interesting events on the St. George campus. You’ll see these slides on screens in classrooms and campus buildings.
Here are some helpful online services and workshops that are available to you while campus is closed.
Last updated on June 2, 2020
Get ready for your academic year. Register for one or more of the University Prep workshops!
- Effective learning and study habits
- University-style time management and organization
- Navigating academic supports and resources at U of T
Academic Success, Student Life
Student Life is online
Our buildings are closed, but we’re still here for you!
Find programs, events and resources online at uoft.me/slonline
Mental health support for students
Available 24/7 in multiple languages. Call or chat online with a counsellor who speaks your language and understands what your are going through.
Absence Declaration Tool Available on ACORN*
Students will need to record all cold or flu-related absences, as well as self-isolation absences, through the Absence Declaration tool on ACORN*. Find the tool under the Profile and Settings menu at acorn.utoronto.ca
*Some divisions have alternate or supplementary requirements; please contact your Registrar’s Office if you have any questions.
Visit utoronto.ca/coronavirus for more information & FAQs
Looking to rent off-campus?
Housing offers support for students looking to live downtown including tools for searching, budgeting, finding roommates, negotiating leases, and more!
Housing, Student Life
Finding your own mentor
Learn to find potential mentors and develop those important relationships. Enrol today at uoft.me/findyourmentor
Mentorship & Peer Programs, Student Life
Develop your writing skills
At your College or Faculty Writing Centre.
Advice on planning, organizing, writing and revising assignments in all subject areas.
U of T Writing Centres
Get a head start on your research
Find the best online and in-library resources for your assignments.
Search by subject and/or course code.
University of Toronto Libraries
We’re here for you
Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre
- Confidential, non-judgemental, client-centred services
- Coordination and navigation of University supports, services and accommodations
- Support in making a disclosure
- Self-care resources
- Explanation of the reporting process and assistance if you decide to make a report
- Referrals to on and off campus services
We support students, staff and faculty
Visit our website for hours and a list of campus locations: www.svpscentre.utoronto.ca
Register with UT Alert
The University’s Alert System will send important information about campus to your cell phone or preferred email address.
Receive a text, voice message and/or email.
Good 2 Talk Counselling Helpline
Get free professional counselling, information and referrals for mental health, addictions and well-being.
Available 24/ 7/365
Call Good2Talk at 1-866-925-5454 or dial 211 from any phone to be connected through the city’s community services helpline.