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Important notice about health records

Posted November 29, 2022 To improve services for students, the three health centres of the University of Toronto (located at Scarborough, Mississauga, and St George campuses) have moved to a single electronic health record enabling seamless access to care for all students regardless of where they may seek services. A single record ensures that clinicians […]

November 29, 2022

Find a workshop to build your own skills and wellbeing

Posted March 25, 2022 By Kirsty Clarke When life gets stressful—because of academics, finances, the pandemic or anything else—it can be hard to know where to turn for assistance. U of T’s new model of care provides all kinds of options for help from others. But what if your own best source of help is […]

March 25, 2022

Health & Wellness is responding to student feedback on improving services

Posted March 11, 2022 By Kirsty Clarke Student Life Health & Wellness has been working to enhance access to mental health services, and is committed to hearing from students as part of this process. To that end, they partnered with the Innovation Hub (iHub) a student-led initiative that collaborates with partners at U of T to research […]

March 11, 2022

Easy access to mental health support

Updated August 8, 2023 By Kirsty Clarke Student success begins with wellness, and U of T is committed to providing the best possible health care to its community. To meet the recommendations of the Task Force on Student Mental Health, tri-campus health centres are providing a wide range of mental health services (from NAVI, U […]

March 7, 2022

Journaling for mental health

Posted January 26, 2022 By Kirsty Clarke Feeling stressed out, unhappy, or even unsure how to manage your day-to-day feelings? Emily Saso, a Science undergraduate student in Pharmacology and Physiology, has recently developed journaling templates (PDF) that she is sharing with the U of T community. They include different kinds of approaches to journaling, so […]

January 26, 2022

Important information for graduating students from Health & Wellness

May 11, 2023 Dear Student/Patient, It has been a great pleasure providing for your health care needs. As you are aware, the University of Toronto Health & Wellness Centre provides services for current University of Toronto undergraduate and graduate students who have paid the appropriate incidental fees for the school year. Eligible students can access […]

May 6, 2021

COVID-19 vaccinations and other vaccines/tuberculosis (TB) skin tests

Posted March 16, 2021 Important message for students, faculty and staff of professional programs about COVID-19 vaccinations and other vaccines/tuberculosis (TB) skin tests: An increasing number of students from professional programs have received COVID-19 vaccines. The current guidelines are that students need to wait 28 days after having their COVID-19 vaccine before they can receive […]

March 16, 2021

Flu shots for international students

Updated November 2, 2021 International students and their eligible dependents can receive a flu shot free of charge by booking an appointment at: a local pharmacy (e.g. MedicineShoppe, Rexall or Shoppers Drug Mart) Toronto Public Health clinics Some walk-in clinics near campus also provide free flu shots: Royal Care Medical Centre (College location) 295 College Street, […]

November 10, 2020

What you need to know about getting a flu shot during COVID-19

Posted October 29, 2020 By Samantha Lizardo This year, it is more important than ever to get a flu shot to protect yourself and others from the spread and severity of the flu during COVID-19. Health & Wellness is unable to offer flu vaccination clinics on the U of T St. George campus this year […]

October 29, 2020

Health & Wellness launches new peer support service

Posted October 21, 2020 By Samantha Lizardo Health & Wellness peer support is a new drop-in mental health service where you can talk to trained student peers online to find support and get help navigating resources on and off campus. Peer supporters will be available online for drop-in one-on-one confidential and non-judgemental chats. Based on […]

October 20, 2020