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From academic challenges to personal wellness, help is available. You've got a network of support and resources to back you throughout your academic career.
TRS 1-004 (7th Floor)
Student Advising at the Ted Rogers School is Located in the Program Advising and Student Success (PASS) Office. Book an appointment with your Student Advisor, or come by the office during drop-in advising.
The PASS office also provides learning resources such as course tutoring, course-specific tip sheets, writing specialists, and math support.
Your Student Advisor, Lorra Jean-Price, can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit the PASS FAQs for answers to topics advisors commonly assist students with.
TRS 2-148 (8th Floor)
The Business Career Hub (BCH) offers career development opportunities tailored to each student’s individual needs and program specialization.
Specialized Career Coordinators for all TRSM programs are availalbe to meet with you to ensure that you have the academic, professional and interpersonal skills needed to succeed in the workplace.
- Resume help
- Interview skills
- Recruiment opportunities
Book an appointment for your BCH Career Coordinator below.
Fit for Business (FFB) is a globally recognized transition program designed exclusively for first-year Ted Rogers School students. This program empowers students with a community and a path to achieve academic, career and personal success. Enabling engagement outside the classroom creates more collaborative, resilient and innovative students that are better equipped for the business world.
Transforming the first-year experience, students transition into Ted Rogers School with a higher sense of community, knowledge and confidence to access and participate in the right services, resources and events for success.
Student Learning Centre (SLC) 4th Floor
TMU Student Life and Learning Support builds diverse communities and support you as a learner. They provide opportunities for you to discover your talents, explore, skill-build, express your identities, create meaningful friendships and connections, and build your learning success toolkit.
- Study skills and transition support
- Writing and lanuage support
- and more!
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Student Wellbeing encompasses a variety of health, wellbeing, and academic services and supports at TMU that reflect on a university community that is fully committed and engaged in developing and sustaining supportive environments that foster wellbeing and academic success.
- Student Counselling
- Academic Accommodation Support (AAS)
- TMU Medical Centre
- Test Centre
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International Student Support (ISS) works to foster a sense of belonging and community for all students who are new to Canada as well as for those students seeking a global experience on campus.
ISS welcomes and support newcomers to Canada as they adjust to the new Canadian environment and culture. ISS will connect you to TMU's vibrant campus community, and support you in reaching your academic, personal, and professional goals.
- Status letters
- Financial assistance
- Work and study permits