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Resources for Students

Health and Wellness

Health and Wellness Centre (St. George) 

Get support in achieving your personal and academic best, including access to a full-service health clinic, counselling services and peer support. 

Extended Hours at the HWC

Starting October, Tuesday and Wednesday hours for the Health and Wellness Centre will be extended from 5- 7pm by appointment only in response to students' needs and to improve access to our services. Find additional updates on the Health and Wellness Centre.


Student Mental Health Resource

No matter where you are on the mental wellness continuum, from being proactive about your mental well-being to feeling stressed or needing urgent help, U of T is here to support you. We are actively engaged in your mental well-being and want to empower you to discover the resources you need to feel and do your best. Whether it’s a bad day, a break-up, a life changing event or an urgent crisis, we are always here and can help you take your first step on your mental health journey.

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Graduate Student Wellness Portal

Looking for mental health services, resources, or academic supports? Need to talk with someone about your experiences of supervision? This portal, developed in collaboration with the University of Toronto Graduate Students' Union (UTGSU), can help point you in the right direction.

OISE student success counselling - Student Success Counsellor, Jeananne Robertson, 416-978-2448 or

The OISE Psychology Clinic provides assessment and counselling services to adults.   Phone: 416-978-0620 Email: 

Brief counselling services tailored to the challenges you face. The focus of counselling is on strengths, resiliency, and skills-building. 

Good2Talk. Free, confidential helpline with professional counselling, information and referrals for mental health, addictions and well-being, 24/7/365 


Graduate Conflict Resolution Centre

Conflict can make us feel uneasy or alone. Conflict can also push us to think creatively and challenge our assumptions. The Grad CRC supports the University of Toronto graduate community in taking steps to prevent, manage or resolve conflict.

Dental Service - 101 Elm Street 

Cleaning supervised students at the Faculty of Dentistry. They also offer fillings, braces, bridges, implants and other services. 

Grad Minds is the official mental health committee of the University of Toronto Graduate Students' Union (UTGSU). Health and Counselling Centre, 3359 Mississauga Rd. N. 

Through the UTGSU, you qualify for supplementary health insurance that provides limited coverage for some health care expenses not covered by your provincial plan. Opt out deadlines are early in the term, so check with the GSU for details. 

Healthy Grads 

A student-led peer health education team providing health promotion programming by graduate students for graduate students. Areas of focus include: mental health, relationships with supervisors, school-to-work transition and balanced living/self care. 

The SGS Gym Bursary is part of a three-year pilot program to promote graduate student wellness. Beginning mid-May 2017, if you are a full-time doctoral-stream student registered on ROSI for the full Summer 2017 session, simply upload your proof of gym membership payment at a St. George campus facility to the SGS Portal on the School of Graduate Studies website.  

If you are an international or exchange student, you will be automatically enrolled in UHIP for the time that you are studying here. Please visit the UHIP office to pick up your card