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NSSE 2017 web graphic

NSSE: The survey that makes a difference

Starting Feb. 8, U of T will participate in the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)

8th February 2017
Sexual Assault Helpline graphic of telephone 416-978-7800

SEXUAL ASSAULT HELPLINE

U of T students (UTSG) can access health care, counselling support and resources related to sexual assault by dialing 416-978-7800 during regular business hours to speak with a trained, registered clinician. More info on the Helpline.

24th November 2016
U of T Health Survey

National College Health Assessment

The National College Health Assessment (NCHA) launches at the University of Toronto on 28 Jan 2016 (for undergrad students) and 21 Mar 2016 (for grad students). The NCHA provides U of T and Canada-wide data on the health experiences, behaviours and perceptions of our students and is instrumental in our work around supporting student health and wellness.

Event Highlights

Academic accommodations

Accessibility Services provides academic accommodation and support for students who have a disability. The office also provides resources for faculty including tips and information on accommodating students, the volunteer note taking program and information about test and exam accommodations.

two volunteer student notetakers