Mental Health Supports page


The University provides academic accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with the terms of the Ontario Human Rights Code, including those who have a physical, sensory, or learning disability, mental health condition, acquired brain injury, or chronic health condition, be it visible or hidden.

If you have a disability or health consideration that may require accommodations, please approach the AccessAbility Resource Centre as soon as possible. The AccessAbility staff are available by appointment to assess specific needs, provide referrals and arrange appropriate accommodations. The sooner you let us know your needs, the quicker we can assist you in achieving your learning goals in this course.

To register with AccessAbility*, please call the centre at 905-569-4699 or email

*Students attending Sheridan-based courses with accommodation needs must register with the AccessAbility Resources Centre at UTM and the Accessible Learning Services  at Sheridan College. For more information and assistance at Sheridan, please contact Accessible Learning Services at 905-845-9430, ext. 2530 or  

Equity & Diversity Office

The Equity & Diversity Office provides programs and services to faculty, staff and students at UTM. In cooperation with its campus partners, the office promotes an equitable and inclusive campus community, free from discrimination or harassment based on age, disability, race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, family status, marital status, and/or record of offences. 

Health & Counselling Centre

UTM’s on-campus health care clinic is experienced in working with diverse university populations and discussing all topics related to student health and wellness. In addition to the medical care provided by the physicians and nurses, the centre offers personal counselling or group counselling to assist students experiencing a wide range of challenges.  To schedule an appointment with the Health & Counselling Centre, please call 905-828-5255.

Office of the Ombudsperson

The University of Toronto is committed to fairness in its dealings with its individual members and to ensuring that their rights are protected. In support of this commitment, the Office of the Ombudsperson has been offering confidential advice and assistance to students, faculty and staff on all three U of T campuses.

Office of the Registrar

The Office of the Registrar provides information related to degree requirements, university rules and regulations, interpretation of the Academic Calendar, and personal or academic concerns that influence academic performance from admissions to graduation.

Robert Gillespie Academic Skills Centre

The Robert Gillespie Academic Skills Centre offers wide-ranging support to help students identify and develop the academic skills they need for success in their studies, including: understanding learning styles; essay and report writing; time management; lecture-listening; note-taking; and studying for tests and exams. 

UTM Library (Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre)

The UTM Library provides access to a vast collection of online and print resources to faculty, staff, and students. Various services are available to students, including borrowing, interlibrary loans, online references, research help, laptop loans and the RBC Learning Commons.