Support Services And Accessibility
The University of Toronto upholds the Ontario Human Rights Code, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and the University of Toronto’s Statement of Commitment to Persons with Disabilities.
Health + Wellness at Uof T
Wellness refers to your overall physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual and social condition, not simply the absence of illness. So when you’re not feeling your best, there are a number of services on campus to help you get back on track. Visit the UofT Health & Wellness website for more information.
All students have health insurance coverage, through their provincial health insurance plan (OHIP for Ontario residents) or the University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) for international and exchange students. Students also have supplemental coverage through the Graduate Students’ Union for full-time graduate students. These plans do not replace OHIP or UHIP; rather, they provide limited coverage for some health-care expenses that are not covered such as prescription medications, vision care and dental care.
UTM’s AccessAbility Resource Centre
In fulfilling our mission, the University of Toronto strives to provide its services in a way that respects the dignity and independence of people with disabilities and facilitate their inclusion into all aspects of university life. Learn more.
There’s nothing wrong with asking for help — we all need some now and then! Whether you’re dealing with a disability or you want to further develop your general academic, exam preparation, writing, math or English language skills, the University of Toronto Mississauga offers a variety of services to help you reach your full potential. Learn more.
Graduate Professional Skills (GPS) Program
The Graduate Professional Skills (GPS) program is an initiative from the School of Graduate Studies to help all graduate students become fully prepared for their future. Learn more.
News & Announcements
Biomedical Communications alumna Kerri (8T7) Weller announces a call for entries into the 2018 exhibition...
From May to June, and again from October to November, the 103-year-old Royal Ontario Museum...
Second year Biomedical Communications graduate student Savanna Jackson was named the 2016 recipient of the...