Resources for Students
U of T offers a wide range of resources and services to help students navigate their way. Encourage your student not to be afraid to ask for help with any questions or concerns. And, as in most situations, asking for assistance in the early stages of the problem seems to work best.
An important resource for your student is the registrar of the campus, faculty or college where your student is registered for classes:
St. George I UTM I UTSC
Your student may contact the office of their registrar for advice and help with:
course and program selection
interpretation of rules and regulations
OSAP and grants (financial aid)
financial aid advising
written confirmation of registration
First in the Family Peer Mentor Program
A support program for students who are the first in their family to pursue post-secondary education (a first-generation student).
Other campus resources:
Resources for first-year students
Resources for aboriginal students
Aboriginal students get support and a bridge to the larger community through First Nations House.
Resources for senior undergraduate students and recent graduates/new alumni
The Graduation + Beyond website is where graduating students explore life beyond U of T, including convocation, applying for work or graduate school and alumni networking.
For students with a spouse and /or children
...Visit our Family Care Office
For students looking for housing for their spouse and/or children
...Visit the Student Family Housing websites on the St. George Campus and at UTM