More Campus Resources
To better serve students’ health and wellness, Toronto Metropolitan University has three main areas of support:
- Centre for Student Development and Counselling
- Medical Centre
- Health Promotion
All documentation in support of any academic consideration request, including medical, other unforeseen circumstances, religious, aboriginal and spiritual observance, athletic competitions, etc. must be submitted to your program department.
Safer Sex & Menstrual Supplies
The Centre offers a variety of sexual health, menstrual and hygiene supplies. Many of the supplies can be found just outside the office in SCC313 on the resource table, with more selection available inside the Centre.
The GFC provides hunger relief for those struggling with financial obligations, poverty and underemployment. Through several services we assist full and part-time students, staff, and faculty from the university community to overcome financial obstacles by providing access to food through a drop-in food bank, workshops and educational events.
Program offerings include CIS, OUA and competitive Club teams, many of which are nationally ranked; recreational and fitness programs offered to both TMU students and the surrounding community; world class facilities; and an extensive outreach program that both immerses our student-athletes in service activities and invites the community onto campus to utilize our facilities.
This is a list of resources and supports for Ted Rogers' diverse student population. The Ted Rogers School of Management recognizes the ongoing need to creating a campus culture that is respectful and focused on ensuring human rights and dignity for all. In the event that a Ted Rogers student is suffering discrimination, injustice or any type of negativity impacting their experience, students may leverage the resources below. It is the diversity of our population at Ted Rogers that strengthens our school and it is important that all feel supported, seen and heard.
For information on government financial assistance, scholarships, bursaries, and awards.
This guide provides a general overview of financial literacy, including reading materials, videos and personal finance workshops at Toronto Metropolitan University.
The program provides on-campus employment to eligible full time undergraduate students returning to Toronto Metropolitan University. The program works in partnership with academic units, administrative units, faculty, staff and students to support the practice and scholarship of learning at Toronto Metropolitan University.
AAS is for students living with disabilities looking for help with their academic accommodations... AAS works with students to create and implement individualized academic accommodation plans so students can more fully participate in their studies whether at the certificate, undergraduate or graduate level.
Visit the Toronto Metropolitan University Library & Archives for audio-visual services/ loans, booking study space, borrowing books and other resources, citation guides, course readings, research, and more!
The Ted Rogers Students’ Society is the umbrella organization for over 30 Student Groups at the Ted Rogers School of Management.
The TMSU’s mission is to empower students and build community on TMU's campus by advocating for your rights, supporting student groups, events and initiatives, and providing discounted services to save you money!
The Business Career Hub offers career development opportunities tailored to each student’s individual needs and program specialization.
Participating in the Ted Rogers Co-op Program is the most effective way to position yourself for success upon graduation.
The Career & Co-op Centre is TMU's central resource for students and alumni to access relevant and innovative career development support.
The Career Boost Undergraduate program provides jobs to eligible students. The program works in partnership with academic units, administrative units, faculty, staff and students to support the practice and scholarship of learning at the University.