Community Networks & Partnerships

Student Life builds partnerships across the University community, helping staff and faculty support students through training, professional develpment opportunities and more. 

Contents

Student Life Professionals A network of U of T administrative staff dedicated to improving the student experience
Aboriginal elders At the First Nations House
Multi-faith chaplains An organization of multi-faith leaders committed to helping students, staff and faculty
Faculty development CCP professional development for faculty
Sex & Gender Diversity Resources and advocacy from the Sexual Gender Diversity Office
Cultural Diversity Ensuring equality, diversity and inclusivity through the Anti-Racism & Cultural Diversity Office

Student Life Professionals

The Student Life Professional group is a network of U of T administrative staff dedicated to improving the student experience. The group meets monthly throughout the year and annually for a full day retreat.   

Aboriginal elders

First Nations House provides services and programs for Aboriginal students, as well as the general University community. They provide the opportunity for students to meet with Elders and traditional teachers for support, guidance and teachings.    

Chaplains

The Campus Chaplains Association is an organization of multi-faith leaders committed to helping students, staff and faculty during their time at the University of Toronto. Chaplains offer counselling, facilitate discussion groups and worship opportunities on campus, and provide information about communities and events on campus. 

CCP professional development

The Centre for Community Partnerships offers a range of support to help faculty incorporate community-engaged learning in their teaching. This includes various services, resources and professional development opportunities.

Sexual & Gender Diversity Office

The Sexual & Gender Diversity Office provides programming, resources and advocacy on sexual gender diversity for students, staff and faculty. They have created a collection of resources to help TAs, staff and faculty with topics of sexual and gender diversity in the classroom.   

Anti-Racism & Cultural Diversity Office

The Anti-Racism & Cultural Diversity Office is committed to ensuring equity, diversity and inclusivity on campus and offers programs and services to students, faculty and staff.  The Office focuses on policy, programming and providing assistance to the University community to help create a supportive environment.