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Student Support

As an Accounting & Finance student, you have access to a variety of student resources that will help you develop your professional and academic skills.

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Academic Success Centre

The Academic Success Centre supports students by promoting learning strategies and study skills that lead to academic success. For more information about the services provided, visit the Academic Success Centre (opens in new window)  website.

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Business Career Hub

The Business Career Hub provides TRSM students and alumni with support, workshops, Bootcamps and events related to skills development and career assessment.

Visit the Business Career Hub website for more information.

TRSM Student Advising

TRSM Student Advising is your first point of contact for students within Business Management and Accounting and Finance who are seeking advising on their program. 

You can book a one-on-one appointment with a Career Advisor with a specialized focus in Accounting or Finance.

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Advising specialties:

Undergrad Degrees

Master's Diploma

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Bloomberg Lab

Accounting and Finance students have exclusive access to the Bloomberg Lab, with terminals dedicated to the interactive financial information network. The Bloomberg Lab provides real-time financial information, including historical pricing, indicative data, reporting, research estimates, analytics, portfolio management tools, electronic trading and order management systems, multimedia events and electronic communications. Accounting and Finance students can also become Bloomberg Certified (external link, opens in new window) .

Student Groups

Make lifelong professional and personal connections by joining a student group.

Gain experience and skills through exciting networking events, case competitions, and innovative experiential learning challenges.

There are over 30 student groups alone under the Ted Rogers Students' Society and almost 100 university-wide.

Program-Specific Groups