Making Excellence Accessible

Student Resources

TYP Student Resources:

The TYP grants are here to assist students with unmet need with respect to their educational expenses. Click here to download our grant application pdf. You will then submit it to

Students looking for additional academic support can set up one-on-one appointments to discuss strategies and skills related to learning.

The TYP writing and Academic Skills Centre offers workshops and one-on-one instruction in writing and learning strategy for all TYP students.

Student Resources:

Access resources for your ongoing or temporary disabilities as you learn to navigate academic accommodations and discover a supportive community of peers.

Understand how YOU learn best and build your skills as you discover tips for acing exams, essays, presentations and more.

Learn more about the steps being taken to ensure our campus is racially and culturally diverse and inclusive.

Empowering and celebrating black culture.

Promoting community interaction among Black, African Canadian, Afro-Caribbean and all self-identifying Black students.

Develop your career path and get valuable advice about finding work, job markets and further education.

Looking for a fun, feminist, friendly place to hang out, agitate, or volunteer?

Whether you want to browse U of T’s clubs and groups or start one of your own, this is where you can get involved with communities that matter to you.

CSO is a Tri-Campus service that 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

Providing culturally relevant service to Indigenous students to support academic success, personal growth, and leadership development.

Check out the location and hours of the Health & Wellness Centre, info about health insurance, appointments, mental health resources and emergency support.

The oldest LGTBQ+ student organization in Canada. Providing a safe and inclusive space, resources, and programing. 

They support the spiritual well-being of everyone on campus and provides opportunities for people to learn from each other through interfaith dialogue, arts and social justice.  

OSAP is a financial aid program that can help you pay for college or university. 

Offering free, confidential, non-judgement peer support approach to sex education.

This office provides innovative education, programming, resources, and advocacy on sexual and gender diversity for students, staff, faculty, and librarians.

Learn more about U of T’s residences, off-campus housing, temporary housing, and your rights and responsibilities as a tenant.