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There are many resources available to help you succeed, but it can be overwhelming to try and figure out who to contact and where to begin searching. Our department has compiled a list of individuals and centres that can assist you in your undergraduate and graduate years.





Robert Gillespie Academic Skills Centre (RGASC)

The mission of the RGASC is to assist faculty as they implement best practices in teaching and learning, and to support students as they enhance their academic skills.

They offer a full range of workshops, seminars and individual consultations to help students identify and develop the skills needed to succeed in university studies. They also work with University of Toronto Mississauga faculty and teaching assistants to help them deliver the best possible instruction in their classes, labs and tutorials. They are a great resource for you, so book an appointment to see them.

Mailing Address:
3359 Mississauga Road North
Room 390K, Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre
Mississauga ON L5L 1C6

Telephone: 905-828-3858
Email: academicskills.utm@utoronto.ca

Click here to access the Academic Skills Centre website

AccessAbility Resource Centre

The mission of the AccessAbility Resource Centre is to ensure that all students with disabilities can freely and actively participate in all facets of University life; to provide and coordinate services and programs that enable students with disabilities to maximize their educational potential and to increase awareness of inclusive values among all members of the University community.

The AccessAbility Resource Centre is a student service, academic service and University of Toronto equity office on the UTM campus. It is a separate entity from the St. George and Scarborough disability offices and is funded through a grant from the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. The Director of the Centre reports directly to the Dean of Student Affairs & Assistant Principal, Student Services at UTM.

The Centre provides services and academic accommodations to students who have a documented learning, physical, sensory, mental health disability or medical condition.

Any information that a student discloses to our staff regarding the nature of their disability or health condition is kept confidential. Each staff member/volunteer of the Centre at UTM, including Invigilators, signs a "Declaration of Confidentiality" form which stresses the importance of not disclosing information about students who use the services of the Centre.

Mailing Address:
AccessAbility Resource Centre
Room 2047, South/Davis Building
University of Toronto Mississauga
3359 Mississauga Road North
Mississauga, ON
L5L 1C6

Telephone: 905-828-5344
Email: access.utm@utoronto.ca

Click here for the AccessAbility Resource website

Career Centre - Mississauga Campus

To engage students in the career development process throughout their time at UTM and two years after graduation

As career educators, the UTM Career Centre helps students and recent graduates to:

  • Make career & academic plans, based on self-knowledge & career information
  • Identify & seek relevant experience and relevant network connections during & after UTM
  • Learn the process of lifelong career management

By participating in Career Centre activities, students and recent graduates are able to:

  • Act more purposefully and independently in pursuing their own career development
  • Develop skills to establish, advance and manage their careers e.g. self-presentation in person (networking, fairs, interviews) and in print/electronically (resume, cover letter, emails), relevant experience

This mission is accomplished by collaborating with our partners in career education; our partners are internal to the UTM campus and UT (at UTM, at SG & UTSC) and external  to the University (e.g. employers, alumni, parents, industry reps, professionals).

Click here to visit the UTM Career Centre's website 


Computing Services

Faculty, staff, and students may drop by the help desk to get assistance from our friendly student advisors.

Location: CCT Building 3133
Telephone: 905-828-5344
Email: helpdesk.utm@utoronto.ca

Click here to access the Computing Services website

Technology Resource Centre

The mandate of the Technology Resource Centre is to provide support to faculty and staff for all technology related challenges. The centre is comprised of four main groups that share resources and staff between the groups to the benefit of the university community.

For a full contact list, please click here