Equity & Inclusivity


Raised hands. "Equity & Inclusivity".

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For resources and opportunities to engage in equitable and inclusive initiatives at UTM, look no further! Use the quick links below to find contact information of the departments listed.

Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Office (EDIO)

The University of Toronto Mississauga Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Office (EDIO) provides equity, human rights, and inclusion related programs and community building for students, staff, faculty, and librarians at UTM. In cooperation with its campus partners, the EDIO advances an equitable and inclusive campus community, free from discrimination and harassment.

Location: 3094G, William G. Davis [DV] Building

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UTM Positive Space Committee

The Positive Space Committee fosters a sense of community at the University of Toronto Mississauga and contributes to safer environments for 2SLGBTQ+ students, staff, faculty, and librarians through regular meetings and hosting events. UTM’s Positive Space Committee is part of a tri-campus Positive Space Campaign that engages in activities to increase inclusion of 2SLGBTQ+ community members and works in conjunction with university equity offices.

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UTM Indigenous Centre

The Indigenous Centre at the University of Toronto Mississauga supports Indigenous students, staff, faculty, and librarians at UTM. The Centre delivers Indigenous-focused events that are open to all members of the UTM community and hosts gatherings and cultural programming for Indigenous community specifically. Indigenous students can obtain assistance and support, including with academic and financial matters, by contacting the Centre's Indigenous Student Support Specialist.

Location: Room 6110, Maanjiwe nendamowinan [MN]

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Black @ UTM 

The Black at UofT Mississauga initiative aims to showcase Black excellence at UTM, combat racism, and make the campus a welcoming environment where Black students feel included, inspired, safe, and celebrated. We want you to see yourself reflected on these pages, and even more, we hope to instill a sense of pride and motivate you to reach out farther than your wish list. As the website is new, we are still adding components, so visit regularly for the latest updates. For specific details on how UTM is addressing Anti-Black Racism, please visit our accountability dashboard.  

Contact Information:

  • E-mail: black.utm@utoronto.ca 


For additional support as well as all questions and feedback regarding the Student Guide, please email the Centre for Student Engagement at engage.utm@utoronto.ca.

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