Student Services

Campus Safety

The University of Toronto Mississauga Campus Safety consists of 13 officers.  There are 7 Constables, 4 Corporals, 1 Assistant Manager and 1 Manager.  Officers are sworn as Special Constables as set out in the Ontario Police Services Act and possess powers of arrest, search and seizure while engaged in their duties at UTM.

Officers are on duty 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and patrol the campus by means of a marked patrol car, bicycles and on foot.

The University of Toronto Campus Police Service is dedicated to creating and maintaining a safe and secure environment for students, staff, faculty and visitors.

Health and Counselling Centre

The UTM Health & Counselling Centre (HCC) is your partner in maintaining physical and emotional wellness while studying at UTM. The Centre is staffed by a team of friendly and dedicated health professionals that provide high quality health care to our diverse student body. Funded in part through student fees, HCC services are accessible to all UTM students – part-time and full-time, graduate and undergraduate, domestic and international – and making an appointment is both safe and easy.

We believe:

  • That all students should have equal access to non-judgmental, safe, respectful and inclusive care.
  • That education, leadership, advocacy and collaboration are fundamental to promoting a healthy student experience and a healthy campus environment.
  • That our services are confidential (unless where necessary by law).
  • That our health professionals should empower students to make healthy choices that promote success in achieving academic goals and future endeavours.

On-campus Graduate Housing

Energize. Engage. Educate.

At the University of Toronto Mississauga Student Housing and Residence Life (SHRL), we understand that graduate students and students with families have unique living needs, and thus we have created a range of housing options with those needs in mind. We strive to offer a safe, clean and comfortable living environment that is centered upon inclusion and mutual respect. The key aspects we offer for graduate students can be found on our website: 

Off-campus Housing (Places4Students) was created from within a college and university environment by a Marketing & Facilities Manager. We truly have the greatest understanding of student, school and landlord off-campus housing needs. We are a young, energetic and vibrant company that is bringing a product to the post-secondary market that schools can really use. Unlike our competition, we are not a web development company or a software developer. focuses 100% of our efforts on providing students, schools, and landlords with Off-Campus Housing Service solutions. Our service is completely fluid to meet the individual needs of each school. Our service is completely branded to each school, ensuring a seemless addition to its current online offerings. Places4Students Inc. does not charge schools any type of fee and does not charge students to use the website. Places4Students Inc. assumes all of the administrative costs and requirements associated with running the Off-Campus Housing Service and returns a percentage of the revenue generated to schools who partner with as their exclusive Off-Campus Housing Service.

Career Centre

The Career Centre provides a full range of services to graduate students, including assistance with career options, academic & non-academic work search strategies, CV critiques, practice interviews, networking opportunities and so much more.  As a partner in the Graduate Professional Skills program (GPS), we offer workshops for GPS credit.  Please come in to DV 3094 or call 905-828-5451 and we can help you with your career questions.

RAWC (Recreation, Athletics and Wellness Centre)

Your incidental (Athletic) fee, paid as part of your registration with the University of Toronto, entitles you to an all-inclusive membership that enables you to use our entire facility and take part in all of our programs.  The incidental fees cover an eight month period (September to April).  Graduate students who wish to use the RAWC in the summer are required to purchase a summer membership.

At the Department of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation we will:

  • Create a friendly and safe environment that welcomes our diverse community to participate in physical activity.
  • Offer a continuum of programming, everything from casual recreation to varsity excellence.
  • Foster an environment of respect and fairness that promotes individual pride and UTM spirit.
  • Develop a wide range of opportunities for student leadership in support of our programs.
  • Play an integral role in the learning environment of university campus and community life.

For more information on our programs, please visit our website at or stop by the Membership Services counter (located near the entrance doors for the RAWC).  The desk is open 7 days a week.

Accessibility Services

The mission of the AccessAbility Resource Centre is to ensure that all students with disabilities can freely and actively participate in all facets of University life; to provide and coordinate services and programs that enable students with disabilities to maximize their educational potential and to increase awareness of inclusive values among all members of the University community.

The AccessAbility Resource Centre is a student service, academic service and University of Toronto equity office on the UTM campus and provides services and academic accommodations to students who have a documented learning, physical, sensory, mental health disability or medical condition.  The Centre also provides screening for learning disabilities.  Any information that a student discloses to our staff regarding the nature of their disability or health condition is kept confidential.

If you would like to meet with an AccessAbility Advisor please contact the Centre at or call 905-569-4699.  For more information you can visit the Centre’s website at

International Students

The International Centre is a professional department within the Office of Student Affairs at University of Toronto Mississauga. The Centre serves as a setting for an international education support service focused on student learning and development. Through its services and programs the Centre promotes an internationally informed and cross-culturally sensitive university community that enhances the student experience through educational, co-curricular programs and activities, and through promotion of U of T study abroad opportunities.

The International Centre offers a large variety of programs and services for students at UTM. if at any point you have any questions, or find yourself confused about applications or documentation do not hesitate to drop in, or arrange a one-on-one appointment.

Child Care Services

U of T’s Early Learning Centre operates U of T Mississauga’s licensed child care centre. The ELC, which also operates two services on the St. George campus, is intimately familiar with student, staff and faculty issues and the unique circumstances of providing child care in a university setting. It is noted for its high-quality care, having received a quality service rating of 3.9 out of 4 from Toronto Children’s Services.

2 Responses to Student Services

  1. Grace Chung says:


    I’ll be moving to Ontario from Saskatchewan for grad school and read that there’s a U-Pass for the transit system. Where and when can I pick it up? Will I need to bring anything other than a T-Card?


  2. UTMAGS says:

    This is correct! You only require your T-Card to pick up your UPass, which can be acquired from the Office of the Vice Dean (Davis Building, Room 3200)

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