Here’s where you can find the current slides displayed in classrooms and on TV screens around campus. Don’t miss out on important dates, workshops and opportunities.

Indigenous History Month & International Year of Indigenous Languages

Come to First Nations House for a month of great events.

Attend an honour song drum presentation, learn about black ash basket weaving and more.

facebook.come/FirstNationsHouseUofT

Indigenous Student Services, First Nations House, Student Life

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#UofTGrad19

Share your story!

Congratulations to Class of 2019 graduates!

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July 1st is Canada Day

University offices, services and libraries will be closed Monday, July 1st.

Hart House will be open with some reduced hours.

uoft.me/importantdates

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The Sum of All Parts, 2017

A recent acquisition: Jalani Morgan

Photography capturing intimate and intense moments in the fight against anti-black racism catalyzed by the Black Lives Matter Movement.

Until July 27.

University of Toronto Art Centre

Visit harthouse.ca for more information.

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Good 2 Talk

Post-Secondary Student Counselling Helpline

Get free professional counselling, information and referrals for mental health, addictions and well-being.

Available 24/ 7/ 365

Call Good 2 Talk at 1-866-925-5454 or dial 211 to be connected through the City Community Services phone line.

good2talk.ca

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Participate in a Recognized Study Group

By joining an Arts & Science course-based study group, you will:

  • Guarantee regular study time
  • Increase your understanding of course material
  • Meet your peers
  • Get quick access to resources and supports
  • Receive Co-curricular Record credit for participating and leading

Visit: uoft.me/recognizedstudygroups

Faculty of Arts & Science

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My SSP Mental health support for international students

Talk to a counsellor who understands your unique challenges. Chat online or over the phone at any time in more than 140 languages.

Visit uoft.me/myssp for more information and to download the app.

University of Toronto, Centre for International Experience, keep.meSAFE, Morneau Shepell

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Sexual Violence Education and Prevention Training

Online sexual violence education and prevention training is now available to all students, staff and faculty members.

Learn more at uoft.me/SVEPtraining

Sexual Violence Prevention & Support Centre, University of Toronto

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Avoid Housing Scams!

  • What are some common rental scams?
  • How can I avoid them?
  • What do I do if I’ve been scammed?

Head to uoft.me/housingscams to find out.

Housing Services, Student Life

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Financial Planning Calculator

Plan your finances, customize your budget and save money!

Check out U of T’s Financial Planning Calculator at uoft.me/planningcalc

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Dealing with a difficult grad school situation?

On campus or out of town, we can help.

Talk to a trained G2G Peer Advisor over Skype, phone or in person for confidential and informal advice – grad to grad.

No issue is too small to discuss.

gradcrc.utoronto.ca

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Chat with a Librarian

Ask Chat with a Librarian research help is open everyday, including weekends.

Connect from wherever you are.

go.utlib.ca/ask

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U of T has a new Smoke-Free Policy.

Find out what this means for you at uoft.me/smokefree

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