Student Services and Student Life


From program information to exam schedules, the Student Services Office is a one-stop shop for all matters academic, including:

  • Undergraduate and graduate admission
  • Electives and exchanges
  • Student record collection
  • Understanding and interpreting rules and regulations and/or referring students to the appropriate services
  • Scholarships and financial assistance
  • Tuition fee inquiries
  • Confirmation of¬†enrolment¬†letters
  • Degree verification


Health and Wellness 

LAURIE COLEMAN (MSW, RSW) Wellness Counsellor and Coordinator at Health and Wellness, Student Life. Since 2011, she has been part of the on-location mental health team. She provides service Mondays ‚Äď Thursdays, 9am ‚Äď 5pm at 500 University Ave. She also co-leads the Grief Support Sharing Circle, Mindful Eating: Food & Mood, and Mindful Moments on campus.¬†

The on-location service is a brief counselling service that aims to connect students with a counsellor in a timely fashion to get the support that they need. The counsellors are trained to provide personally tailored treatment specific to what you’re experiencing. The on-location counsellors are also familiar with other campus and community supports and can help you find and connect with other supports, if needed. Many students find it helpful to meet with a counsellor to have a space to talk about these issues and to obtain professional support in managing them. 

To schedule your first appointment with a counsellor, please contact the Health and Wellness Centre at 416-978-8030 (select option ‚Äú5‚ÄĚ) and ask to book a time with the Dentistry counsellor. Follow-up appointments can be scheduled directly with your counsellor. Alternatively, you can also ask faculty or staff to refer you to these services.¬†

Note: It is the mandate of Health and Wellness to provide all University of Toronto students with accessible and timely care. In order to fulfill this mandate in a time of increasing numbers of students requesting care, the service provides only short-term therapy. Should a student require ongoing, long-term treatment, we will assist him/her in finding the appropriate community resource(s). 



The Accessibility Services team assists in navigating disability-related barriers to your academic success at U of T for your on-going or temporary disability.  They provide services and supports for learning, problem solving and inclusion. Students seeking academic and/or practicum accommodations for the start of the fall 2021 term must submit a complete Student Intake Package to Accessibility Services before 5 p.m. on Wednesday, July 14, 2021. 



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Student Services Office Hours: CLOSED

Location: 124 Edward Street  Room 104  Toronto, ON M5G 1G6

Phone calls will not be monitored during this time. Please send all enquiries by email, which is monitored on an ongoing basis.

General Inquiries: 416-864-8111

Fax: (416) 979-4944


Admissions inquiries: Lina Dinatale


Phone: 416-864-8113 


Undergraduate Programs Coordinator: Nicholas Mitchell


Phone: 416-864-8115


Graduate Programs Coordinator: Lisa Hutchinson 

Phone: 416-864-8114