All conjoint basic degree students pay incidental fees that automatically either make them a member of—or allow them access to—many of the student services available on the University of Toronto St. George campus.
Accessibility Services works to facilitate the inclusion of students with disabilities in all aspects of university life. The focus is on skills development, especially in the area of self-advocacy and academic skills. Services are provided to students with a documented disability, be it physical or sensory, a learning disability or a mental health disorder. Students with temporary disabilitIes are also eligible.
Campus Community Police
The University of Toronto Police is dedicated to creating a safe, secure and equitable environment for students, staff, faculty and visitors.
Victoria University's Campus Safety Officer is Kelley Castle, dean of students.
It is the goal of the University of Toronto to do everything possible to create an environment where students, staff and faculty can feel safe to learn, work and live.
The University of Toronto strives to maintain an environment free from discrimination and harassment, and that is safe for all members. We have a range of policies, programs and services in place to support these efforts.
A service to help students and recent graduates find the right career opportunity and employment.
Centre for International Experience
International students and those with international or intercultural interests are served by the Centre for International Experience located at 33 St. George Street. Its goal is to provide services that promote and support international education. In addition to programs organized by the many diverse cultural, and other interest groups which use the CIE, the Centre itself sponsors a wide range of events that introduce students to Canada and to each other.
Whether for a semester or a whole degree, CIE is a hub for domestic and international students to hang out, learn more about international work/ study opportunities and go on excursions.
The Ecumenical Chaplaincy at the University of Toronto (ECUT) is a Christian voice, rooted in the traditions of the Presbyterian Church in Canada and the United Church of Canada for the community studying, working and living at the University of Toronto.
The Muslim Chaplaincy at the University of Toronto (MCUOFT) engages students by providing an inclusive space and sense of community for them to foster a meaningful Muslim identity. The Muslim Chaplaincy enriches and supports students through quality educational, spiritual and counselling services rooted in relevant Islamic learning.
Multi-Faith Centre at the University of Toronto supporting the spiritual diversity at the University of Toronto.
Family Care Office
The Family Care Office provides information, guidance, and referrals to students who require child care (facilities, programs, and subsidies), elder care or assistance with other family matters.
Health and Wellness Services
The University of Toronto is committed to helping students achieve optimal health and offers numerous confidential health and counselling services. Each campus provides students with a variety of health education and outreach programs and information materials, as well as clinicians and health care professionals.
U of T also offers facilities, programs and opportunities for all students to get active. Advanced degree students will need to pay membership costs if they are interested in joining one of these sport facilities.