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Throughout your university experience, you will have different needs that will emerge. We organized the services at the university based on needs that students have: personal, academics, health and wellbeing, skill building and finding community. In each category, you will find common questions students have, the services that can support you from your program, faculty or at the university and tips from upper year students.

Services for Equity Deserving students

Toronto Metropolitan University students, faculty and staff are from diverse backgrounds, including with respect to race, colour, ethnic origin, place of origin and ancestry. The university is committed to providing support for equity deserving students through the services we offer. With respect to the student community, some of the equity-deserving groups include (but are not limited to):

  • Black and racialized students;
  • First Nations, Inuit, Métis, Canadian Indigenous students (or those who identify by nation or community);
  • Students with disabilities;
  • 2SLGBTQ+ students;
  • Women;
  • Mature students; and,
  • Low-income students.

In each of the categories we have highlighted any resources that are tailored to students from equity deserving committees.

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Student Success Navigators (SSN) will help you understand where or who to go to for help.

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We can answer your questions about the Navigate TMU program and website.