Resources for Graduate Students

Provided by the School of Graduate Studies (SGS), Graduate Professional Development (GPD) is described as "compentency or skills-based training that is complementary to the discipline-based graduate coursework and research required for a master's or doctoral degree."

The Family Care Office provides confidential guidance, resources, referrals, educational programming and advocacy for the University community and their families on childcare to eldercare and a myraid of other family commitments.

If you are an international student, visit the School of Graduate Studies International Student Portal to access programs and resources designed to support your transition to Canada. 

The Writing Centre for Graduate Students (GCAC) offers free workshops throughout the year to further your writing skills, and provide one-on-one consultations. 

Find support for housing within the City of Toronto, as well as a potential roommate through the Off-Campus Housing Office

In addition to funding received through the Faculty of Arts & Science and Department of Italian Studies, students may be eligible for other needs-based support. Schedule a financial advising appointment

Please email to arrange an appointment to discuss award eligibility, academic advising, or your graduate funding plan. 

Other important resources: 
Accessibility resources and supports for Graduate Students.
Graduate Department Academic Appeals Committee (GDAAC).
School of Graduate Studies Forms and Letter Requests