Tri-Campus Resources


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Did you know that as a UTM student, you have access to tri-campus University of Toronto resources? Find out more, including departments' contact information, using the quick links below.

Downtown Legal Services 

Downtown Legal Services is both a community legal clinic and a clinical education program, operated by the Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto. Our free services are provided by law students, who work under the close supervision of our expert staff lawyers. 

We provide a range of free legal services for low-income residents of Toronto and University of Toronto students in six areas of law: criminal lawemployment lawfamily lawrefugee and immigration law housing law and university affairs

Location: University of Toronto Fasken Martineau Building, 655 Spadina Avenue

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Hart House

Hart House is a centre for experiential education outside the classroom; a place where students from all three of the University of Toronto’s campuses—as well as faculty, staff, alumni and members of the broader community—find welcome and unique ways to connect with each other and the broader world through engagement with the arts, dialogue and wellness.

From quiet spaces to study and social justice-based community talks, to art exhibitions, theatre workshops and classes to strengthen the body and spirit, Hart House offers something for everyone, something for you.

For more information about Hart House's operating hours, visit the Hart House website.

Location: 7 Hart House Circle

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School of Graduate Studies

Are you thinking of pursuing graduate studies? The School of Graduate Studies provides you with expertise, advice, and information regarding financial assistance. They also represent the cause of graduate education at U of T. The School of Graduate Studies offers the breadth and depth of academic excellence, collaborative culture, and  global vantage point to address the  complex issues of our time. 

Location: 63 St George St

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The University Ombudsperson

As part of the University’s commitment to ensuring that the rights of its individual members are protected, the University Ombudsperson is devoted to ensuring procedural fairness and just and reasonable outcomes. The Ombudsperson offers advice and assistance and can recommend changes in academic or administrative procedures where this seems justified.

Contact Information

The fastest way to contact us is to complete the confidential and secure Request for Assistance Form. After you have completed the form here, an Ombuds Officer will contact you within two business days.


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

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