If you already know the name of the department or service you need, the A-Z Index of Services links at the bottom the the page direct you to the various offices and resources available to University of Toronto students.Please note: Information about recognized campus groups , student societies and other campus organizations is available on the Ulife website.
U of T is home to the largest community of graduate students in the country. We recognize that studying at this level requires a different set of skills, self-discipline, focus – and the odd escape. Our size enables us to deliver a full suite of specialized services, programs and opportunities tailored to the needs of graduate students at both the masters and PhD levels. Find out how you can enjoy some down time, or get some help with the practical side of life as a graduate student, such as searching for housing, improving your skills, and planning your future.
Your program will help you master your discipline but you’ll also want to develop your skill set to help you succeed both academically and as a professional: Attend workshops about communication, facilitation and conflict resolution for graduate students through our leadership skills for grads program. Check out the services and programs at Academic Success Centre to learn how to improve your writing, study and research skills. They can even help you deal with a difficult supervisor. Doctoral students can develop skills essential for effective scholarship and teaching through the Graduate Professional Skills Program run by the School of Graduate Studies