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Navi: Your U of T resource finder

Navi is an anonymous virtual assistant, available 24/7, helping you navigate mental health and general U of T resources on campus.

Getting to campus

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Where to eat, study and gather

Whether you are returning to campus, coming for the first timeor have been regularly on site, use this resourceto learnwhere to eat, study and gather at U of T.

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Undergraduate students and second-entry undergraduate professional program students

There’s so much to do alongside your studies. Find out more!

  • has information on a range of programs and services.

  • Ƶ Mississauga students can visit thepage.

  • Ƶ Scarborough students can visit thepage.

  • All students can visit theand thefor more information.

  • Visitto discover student groups, events and opportunities across all three campuses.

    • Learn more about the different

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Graduate and professional master’s students

  • Get involved in graduate life and build community with other graduate students at

  • Find upcoming events on.

  • Checkthis listing of Faculty websitesor contact your department’s graduate chair.

  • Access the.

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International students

U of T welcomes international students from over 150 countries and regions.

  • Read information forand for.

  • Connect with the, theon the St. George campus or thefor campus specific information for international students.

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Health and wellness

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  • Need to talk to someone? provides students with real-time and/or appointment-based confidential, 24-hour support for any school, health, or general life concern at no cost to you.

  • For health, wellness and counselling services, connect with, theor

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    • If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home and taken theto determine what to do next. Note your absence through the student absence declaration tool on ACORN or follow the instructions provided by your faculty or department. Also refer to.

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ASKme Anything booths

If you're a new student, you'll have the chance to meet upper-year students/recent alumni to ask questions about the many programs and resources available to you. Look out for the on-campus booths, and also forfriendly students, staff and faculty wearing an orange ASKme button.

To learn more, visit the page.