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Other Campus Resources

  1. Aboriginal Student Services

    A culturally supportive environment where all First Nations, Aboriginal, Inuit, Metis, status and non-status students can balance academic learning with traditional teachings.

    Tel: 416-979-5000 ext. 7699 

    Security and Emergency Services

    Crime prevention, personal safety and physical security awareness/education provided. Twenty-four hour emergency response, including crisis intervention/emergency management and referral.

    Tel: 416-979-5040 

    Human Rights Services

    Support for the Toronto Metropolitan University community, promoting a study, work, and living environment free of discrimination and harassment based on prohibited grounds (e.g. race, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability, religion etc.).

    Tel: 416-979-5349 

    Medical Centre

    Open year-round to treat illnesses or accidents not requiring hospitalization. If necessary, referrals to local hospitals or specialists can be arranged. Payment through OHIP or a similar out-of-province insurance plan is required.

    Tel: 416-979-5070 

    Ombudsperson Office

    A confidential information, advice and assistance resource for those who wish to address what they believe to be unfair treatment at the University.

    Tel: 416-979-5000 ext. 557450 

    Centre for Women and Trans People, external link

    A safe and inclusive place for all self-identified women on campus. Provides educational pamphlets, referrals and resources on issues that include racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, eating disorders, housing, sexual assault, pro-choice resources, violent relationships, support programs, women’s health and many more. Men are welcome to use the resources, but need to be let in.

    Tel: 416-979-5255 ext. 2350

    Students’ Union Legal Advice and Referral Services

    Legal advice related to family and criminal law, debt, landlord and tenant conflicts, corporate law, real estate, intellectual property, legal procedures and documents, dealings with lawyers, immigration, and difficulties with government agencies.

    Tel: 416-979-5255

    Consent Comes First office

    We believe that survivors should guide the process and we are here to provide options. We provide referrals to counselling and medical services, academic and workplace accommodations, self-care resources, advocacy and navigating resources. We can also help you in making an informed decision about next steps should you decide to report to university authorities or the police.

    Tel: 416-979-5000 ext. 3596