Peer Mentor Learning Community

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What is the Peer Mentor Learning Community?

The Peer Mentor Learning Community (PMLC) connects students registered with UTM's Accessibility Services with successful upper-year student mentors. You will have the opportunity to participate in weekly group activities facilitated by our peer mentors (e.g., academic skills workshops, board game cafes, etc.) and meet with a mentor for confidential, one-on-one sessions to support your transition to the UTM's academic and social environment.  

PMLC events will run from Sept. 2020 through to April 2021. Please note, all events scheduled in the Fall semester will be offered online.

How do I join?

You must be a first or second year UTM student registered with Accessibility Services.  To register with Accessibility Services, please contact us at 905-569-4699 or 

Mentee Registration:
If you are already registered with Accessibility Services, please complete the MENTEE REGISTRATION FORM and an Accessibility staff will follow up with your with more information.

If you have any questions about the PMLC program, please email us at 

Do I need to provide medical documentation?

Yes. Students must provide a recent medical certificate or psycho-educational assessment completed by a medical professional to register with Accessibility Services. 

The Accessibility Services medical certificate can be found online 

Upcoming PMLC Events

Please check our Peer Mentor Learning Community Upcoming Events page.


Please contact us for more information about the PMLC program:

Phone: 905-828-5422