Academics & International Learning


UTM library at sunset. "Academics and International Learning".

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UTM offers various academic and international learning supports! Use the quick links below to find contact information of the departments listed.

Robert Gillespie Academic Skills Centre (RGASC)

The Robert Gillespie Academic Skills Centre, or RGASC, offers a full range of workshops, seminars and individual consultations to help students identify and develop the academic skills they need for success in their studies. The RGASC also works collaboratively with University of Toronto Mississauga faculty and instructors to help deliver the best possible environments in their classes, labs and tutorials.

Location: Maanjiwe nendamowinan (MN) building, Room 3251

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UTM Library (Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre)

At the UTM Library you’ll find all the support you need to explore our world-class collections. We offer one-on-one reference consultations, workshops on research tools and skills, and a safe, comfortable environment for you to study, learn, and collaborate. Let us be your partners in research and discovery!

Location: The Library is located within the Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre [HM] on the north end of the University of Toronto Mississauga campus, accessible just off of Outer Circle Road.

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International Education Centre (IEC)

The International Education Centre (IEC) provides a range of programs and services that support and enhance the experience of our global students. Committed to holistic learning, we strive to meet the diverse needs of our global students by providing tailored supports to international students while creating opportunities for all students to expand their intercultural awareness and engage in global learning.

Location: Hospitality Counter, Across the Cafeteria (DV 2114G) William G. Davis Building. 

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Experiential Education Unit (EEU)

The Experiential Education Unit (EEU), Office of the Dean, is committed to offering innovative, high-impact, and real-world opportunities to UTM students through experience-driven programs. The EEU serves as an administrative resources for curricular experiential learning (EL) and supports academic units in the creation and expansion of EL components in courses. Through various outreach and engagement initiatives, the EEU offers a platform for promoting EL activities that can enrich students' undergraduate studies.

For-credit EL opportunities supported by the EEU include: Academic internship field courses, Research Opportunity Programs (ROPs), Community Engaged Learning courses, and more!

Location: 3237 (third floor), William G. Davis Building

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Academic Integrity Unit (AIU)

The Academic Integrity Unit (AIU) in the Office of the Dean handles all undergraduate allegations of academic misconduct at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM), under the Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters.

Resources available through the AIU include: the Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters; educational modules and scenarios on academic integrity, student information sessions, a peer mentorship program, and more.

Location: 3237 (third floor), William G. Davis Building

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For additional support as well as all questions and feedback regarding the Student Guide, please email the Centre for Student Engagement at

Room 2077, William G. Davis Building (Find us on a map here!)