Alumni & Friends - Ways to get involved and give back

Resources

The University of Toronto, and Student Housing & Residence Life have policies and programs in place to promote safety and respond to emergencies. Everyone has a role in keeping our community safe. Residents can contribute to a safe environment by following policies, using services available, and reporting any concerns immediately to Student Housing & Residence Life, or to the Campus Community Police.

Below are three lists of resources for your support.

Resources for Student Support

Supports in Residence

Resource

Why would you use it?

Contact Info

Counsellor in Residence

This is a free, confidential service for all students living in residence who are looking for someone to talk to. You could be feeling sad, worried, overwhelmed or just want a non-judgmental person to talk through challenges with.

Submit an appointment request via this webform.

Scarborough Campus Residence Council (SCRC)

They are elected students in residence who are your voice! They can bring your ideas for events, programs, and ways to improve life in residence forward. Stop by an event to make new friends and try something new!

Check out their facebook page for their latest events, or to send them a message! You can also check out their Instagram account.

Residence Advisors (RAs)

The RAs are trained to help you with anything you may be going through, from concerns with your roommates, to wondering where to find the best off- campus eats. They are on-call every night to help with urgent issues after-hours.

You can reach the RA on-call by calling 416-688-3818.

Student Housing & Residence Life Office

SHRL staff are available in the Residence Centre office to assist you. Hours of operation can be found on our Contact page.  We can help you with questions you may have around financial issues, applying for housing, off-campus housing, and lots more!

(416) 287-7365

You can also find lots of helpful information here  UTSC Residence Guide and here: UTSC Residence  Policies and Support webpage.

UTSC Campus Police

They are available 24/7 to help you with any situation where you may feel unsafe on campus, where there’s a medical or mental health emergency, or if there’s a been a theft.

Emergency line: (416) 978- 2222, or use one of the emergency Code Blue telephones located on campus.

Non-emergency line: (416) 287-7398

 

Supports on Campus

Resource

Why would you use it?

Contact Info

Counsellor in Residence

This is a free, confidential service for all students living in residence who are looking for someone to talk to. You could be feeling sad, worried, overwhelmed, or just want a non-judgmental person to talk through challenges with.

Submit an appointment request via this webform.

AccessAbility Services

Require academic support due to disability.

S302, Science Wing 416-287-7560

ability@utsc.utoronto.ca

Academic Advising & Career Centre (AA&CC)

Want academic program advice, workshops, and career planning.

AC213, ARC 416-287-7561

aacc@utsc.utoronto.ca

Anti-Racism & Cultural Diversity Office

 

www.antiracism.utoronto.ca
416-978-1259

Athletics & Recreation

Want to access fitness, recreation, sport team activities.

Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre 416-283-3211

athletics@utsc.utoronto.ca

Career Learning Network (CLNx)

Interested in exploring volunteer, workshops, events, jobs on campus.

clnx.utoronto.ca

Community Safety Office

 

www.utoronto.ca/communitysafety
416-978-1485

English Language Development Support Centre

Want to improve English speaking, reading, writing skills.

AC310, ARC (416) 287-7502

Facilitated Study Groups (FSGs)

Interested in additional academic support through group learning for a specific class.

Maggie Roberts, Facilitated Study Group Coordinator, maggie.roberts@utoronto.ca

International Student Centre (ISC)

Interested in support to transition to Canada, workshops, events, study abroad, UHIP.

HL448, Highland Hall 416- 287-7087

isc@utsc.utoronto.ca

Math & Statistics Learning Centre

Need math and stats support through seminars/workshops, virtual tutoring, individual appointments, and small- group consultations.

AC312 Academic Resource Centre

Student Life Programs

To learn about mentorship, leadership programs, campus clubs, multi-faith and Indigenous engagement.

SL157, Student Centre 416- 208-4760

studentlife@utsc.utoronto.ca

Sexual & Gender Diversity Office

 

www.sgdo.utoronto.ca
416-946-5624

Sexual Violence Prevention & Support Centre

 

https://www.svpscentre.utoronto.ca/
416-978-2266

Womyn & Trans* Centre

 

https://www.utscwomensandtranscentre.com/
416-287-7024

Writing Centre

Want someone to review final draft of essay or assignment, attend writing tutorials.

AC210, ARC

www.utsc.utoronto.ca/twc/

 

Off-Campus Resources

Resource Contact Information
Assaulted Women's Helpline 416-863-0511
Distress Centre Scarborough 416-408-4357
Good2Talk Free counselling & information 24/7
1-866-925-5454
LGBTQ+ YouthLine 1-800-268-9688
Sunday to Friday - 4 PM - 9:30 PM
MySSP uoft.me/myssp
1-844-451-9700