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General Support Services

The university provides many free and low-cost supports for students. If you're not sure what type of support you need, start by contacting the Sociology Undergraduate Program Director or Program Assistant.

Student Affairs

The Student Affairs website outlines the services that are available to help you with:

  • academics (exam schedules, graduation)
  • access & accommodation (test centre)
  • careers & jobs (campus jobs)
  • counselling & advising
  • health and wellbeing support (see a doctor)
  • housing and residence
  • international student support & study abroad
  • learning support (writing, math & research skills)
  • money (scholarships & financial aid)
  • orientation for new students

Student Union

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The Students' Union (external link, opens in new window)  provides many services for students, including:

  • health and dental plan
  • academic advocacy services
  • emergency bursaries
  • tax clinic
  • legal support
  • lost and found
  • International Student Identity Card (ISIC)
  • discount movie tickets
  • graduation photos
  • SHIFT Centre for mental health & wellbeing   


The Library offers research help, including:

  • email or online chat
  • one-on-one appointments
  • guides to doing research
  • research skills workshops

Toronto Metropolitan Association of Part-time Students

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Many TMAPS (external link, opens in new window)  services are also available to full-time students, such as:

  • academic advocacy services
  • Good Food Market
  • campaigns and events