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Every student is entitled to learn and study in a respectful, civil and safe environment. And every student has the responsibility to uphold those rights. Learn more about the Student Code of Conduct 

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If you are worried about a Toronto Met friend or classmate who may be struggling with complex financial, personal or academic issues, we are here to help.  Contact us

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If you have to leave or return to Toronto Met due to a hospitalization or medical leave, we can help you navigate all of the administrative processes and connect you with supports.  Contact us

If you are having difficulties with a Toronto Met student or employee (including professors), and need advice, our office can support you. 

If you decide you want to file a complaint about another Toronto Met student’s non-academic behaviour, it must be submitted in writing to the Student Conduct Officer.  

If you have received a notice from the Student Conduct Officer of a complaint, it is important to understand how the process works. 

If you are a respondent in an university investigation of sexual violence, our office provides you with support. 

Toronto Met students talk: SLC Etiquette

How do we respect shared space? Here's what Toronto Met students had to say about their time in the Student Learning Centre (SLC).