Support for Students

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Student Mental Health Portal

Updated November 23, 2020

U of T is here to support you. We are actively engaged in your mental well-being and want to empower you to discover the resources you need to feel and do your best.

Whether it’s a bad day, a break-up, a life changing event or an urgent crisis, we are always here and can help you take your first step on your mental health journey.

Find services that match your needs and utilize some of the many different types of supports that are available through the University and its community partners. 

Visit the Student Mental Health Portal.

Office of the Registrar

Updated October 1, 2020

We are still working, and are available to support you during office hours. We modified our services beginning March 18, 2020, as our office closed to the public for in-person assistance.

Connect with us:

Study Space

Updated January 19, 2021

  • In line with public health and U of T's safety guidelines, the UTM Library offers 50 physically distanced computer work stations to students who use, and have access to printers, Wi-Fi, and other essential technology by reservation only. Reserve a workstation here.
  • Students and faculty may visit monitored, designated classrooms in the Meeting Place or IB335 (for IMI professional masters students). Capacity limits are in place. Individuals will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms and must sign-in, use a non-medical mask, and adhere to physical distancing protocols.
Learn Anywhere with U of T Mississauga                
Updated April 8, 2020 at 2:30 p.m.
  • Our Library has put together a comprehensive guide to help make your online learning experience a positive one! Learn Anywhere offers tips, tools, strategies, and tutorials on how use Quercus for submitting assignments, grades, discussions, collaborations, group activities, and more. 
UTM Virtual Programs

Updated April 8, 2020 at 2:30 p.m.

Staying connected as a community is a vital part of your student experience at UTM. Although we are not able to be together on campus at this time, many of your favourite student services are now online and are offering virtual programs, workshops, and activities, including: 

  • Accessibility Services
  • Career Centre
  • Centre for Student Engagement
  • Health & Counselling Centre (doctors & counsellors are available virtually or by phone)
  • International Education Centre
  • Recreation, Athletics & Wellness
  • Student Housing & Residence
  • Tri-campus
  • Getting help now

Check out their programming! The website is updated every Friday. 

Experiencing issues with Connectivity?
  • Students located in mainland China are welcome to use the Alibaba Cloud Enterprise Network for fast, reliable and consistent connection when accesing U of T websites and learning resources such as Quercus. Learn how to download it via the Information Commons website.
  • If you are experiencing connectivity issues (i.e., difficulty accessing Quercus from home), please submit your question or issue through U of T's COVID-19 inquiry form
  • Review U of T's guidelines for recommended technology requirements for online learning