Student Resources

Health & Wellness


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The Health and Wellness Centre (HWC) at the Division of Student Life offers various mental and physical health services and programs including but not limited to:

  • Booking clinician appointments, consultations, and immunization services; alongside necessary forms

  • Information about different health insurance plans

  • Dealing with imposter syndrome, stress, and exam/test anxiety

  • Identify, Assist and Refer assessment

Other Division of Student Life departments include: Accessibility ServicesGradlife, and Academic Success (workshops for grad writing, study hubs, exam prep etc.)
SGS GradHub was created for graduate students, by graduate students, to help you feel welcomed, connected, and prepared to thrive.
The School of Graduate Studies, working in partnership with the Division of Student Life, has embedded wellness counselling and wellness workshops specifically for graduate students.
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) offers mental health services for the community, including a specialized psychiatric department.
A University of Toronto Resource for all students. You will find a database of mental health services and workshops.
Gernstein Crisis Centre - 24/7 telephone support, in-person mobile crisis team, community support referrals, substance use crisis management, follow-up and access to short-term crisis beds.

Tel: (416) 929-5200
Good 2 Talk - Free, confidential 24/7 mental health and well-being support for post-secondary student in Ontario.

Call: 1-866-925-5454

Text: GOOD2TALKON TO 686868
211 Ontario - Connects people to the social services, programs and community supports they need.
ConnexOntario - 24/7 access to information for mental health & additions services.

Other Resources

Chemical Engineering Graduate Students' Association (CEGSA) is a very active graduate student association that serves as a liaison between the graduate student body and the Department, Faculty Council, and the Teaching Assistants Union (Local 3902 of CUPE). CEGSA holds many popular social events and participates in intramural sports. All graduate students of the Department are automatically members.
Graduate Engineering Council of Students (GECoS) acts as a forum for representatives from all Engineering Graduate Student Associations to collaborate on academic, social and professional events, discuss issues that broadly affect Engineering graduate students, and represent the general interests of Engineering graduate students to the Faculty and University.
Graduate Student Union (GSU) manages the Graduate Student Health and Dental Plan and other benefits, the GSU Pub, and represents graduate students on variety of student and university committees
Troost ILead aims to inspire engineering students to identify as leaders and equip students for lifelong leadership development.
Equity, Diversity & Inclusion -The Faculty of Engineering’s shared values of diversity, inclusion and professionalism.
University of Toronto Equity Offices are specialized to support the U of T community.
University of Toronto Camus Safety - Dedicated to creating a safe, secure and equitable environment for students, staff, faculty and visitors.
Community Safety Office - Offers short-term support and assistance to students, staff, and faculty members of the University of Toronto community who have experienced personal safety concerns including:

  • Stalking and Harassment

  • Bullying and Intimidation

  • Threats

  • Intimate Partner Violence

  • Family Violence

  • Workplace Conflict and Volatile Behaviour
Family Care Office - Provides confidential guidance, resources, referrals, educational programming and advocacy for the University of Toronto community and their families.

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