We understand that the academic year can be stressful for students, especially when dealing with personal and/or academic issues. You may be at risk of committing an academic offence(s) when trying to cope with challenging circumstances. Below is a list of academic and personal resources available for your transition through university.
University of Toronto Resources:
Mental Health Supports
The Office of Student Affairs and Services has created a new Mental Health Supports Website. It assists students, faculty, and staff—wherever they now live—with finding the appropriate wellness resources and to connect with meaningful forms of support. The website organizes mental health resources by category and location, noting instances where the University of Toronto shares support services with the larger community.
Health & Counselling Centre
Offers personal counselling, group counselling and psychiatric care to assist students experiencing a wide range of challenges.
Contact: (905) 828-5255
Offers services and academic accommodations to students who have a documented learning, physical, sensory, mental health disability or medical condition.
Contact: (905) 569-4699
Dedicated to creating and maintaining a safe and secure environment for students, staff and visitors.
Contact: (905) 828-5200
Downtown Legal Services (University Affairs Division)
Downtown Legal Services is both a community legal clinic and a clinical education program, operated by the Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto.
Contact: (416) 978-6447
Ontario's new helpline for post-secondary students offers professional counselling, mental health and addictions information, and connections to local resources.
International Education Centre
Offers services, transitional programming, and a place to call home for both international and internationally-minded students studying at UTM.
Contact: (905) 569-4716
My Student Support Program (MySSP)
U of T My SSP provides students with real-time and/or appointment-based confidential, 24-hour support for any school, health, or general life concern at no cost to you. You can call or chat with a counsellor directly from your phone whenever, wherever you are.
Ongoing support is available over the phone in 146 languages. Immediate support is available over the phone in 35 languages and over chat in simplified Chinese, English, French and Spanish.
The Robert Gillespie Academic Skills Centre
Offers a full range of workshops, seminars and individual consultations to help UTM students identify and develop the skills they need for success in their studies
Contact: (905) 828-3858
University of Toronto Mississauga Student Union
Provides advice, support, and guidance to students undergoing academic discipline proceedings.
Contact: (905) 569-4676