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Student Life & Services

There are many resources available at the Faculty and at the University that students can access. To find more information about the resources available, please visit the links in the lists below.

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FIFSW Supports & Resources

School of Graduate Studies

The School of Graduate Studies (SGS) offers over 300 degree programs in more than 80 graduate units (departments, centres, and institutes), and approximately 140 combined degree programs, 70 professional graduate programs, 14 dual degree programs, 3 diploma programs, and 40 collaborative (interdisciplinary) specializations. While FIFSW is named a Faculty, it is a graduate unit under the umbrella of SGS. Sharing responsibility for graduate studies with graduate units and divisions, and operating through a system of collegial governance, consultation, and decanal leadership, the School of Graduate Studies defines and administer University-wide regulations for graduate education. Students can also look to SGS for support throughout their studies at U of T, including services such as:

Division of Student Life, UofT

In addition to programs/resources offered by the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work and the School of Graduate Studies, students may also take part in University-wide student life programs and resources. Beyond the classroom, the Division of Student Life advances student success through these 14 departments:

Other University Resources

  • Athletics and Recreation: explore the many athletics facilities that all 3 U ofT campuses have to offer.
  • Campus Safety: formerly known as “Campus Police”, provides a  range of public safety services to the University community.
  • Centre for International Experience: a resource for incoming international graduate students for their journey at the University of Toronto.
  • Discovery Pharmacy: the University’s dedicated campus pharmacy, providing pharmacy and interdisciplinary health services to the U of T community.
  • Family Care Office: provides confidential guidance, resources, referrals, educational programming and advocacy for the University of Toronto community and their families.
  • Health and Dental Plans: provides important services and cover expenses such as prescription drugs, health practitioners, medical equipment, travel health coverage, which are not covered by a basic health-care plan (i.e., OHIP, or UHIP for international students).
  • Mental Health Resources: resources to make yourself safe and well, including urgent and ongoing care.