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Grad Activities

Join other grad students for social outings around the city through Grad Escapes as well as other initiatives such as conferences to support student wellness and build skills.

Grad Talks

Attend Grad Talks to build skills, gain knowledge, and offer balance on varied topics relevant for grad students. All talks are held at the Grad Room.

Grad Wellness

There are extensive campus resources and services to support student wellness on our NEW student wellness portal.

Grad Conflict

Talk with a Peer Advisor at our Conflict Resolution Centre about any academic issue from disagreements with a supervisor to disputes with a lab mate.

Grad Academic Support

There are extensive services to support your academic needs. Meet with a learning strategist or attend a writer's group session.

Grad Career

Start thinking about your career goals or talk to a career educator about new career directions. Attend a workshop or an informational interview.

Grad International

Learn about support for international grad students to deal with transition issues, cultural differences, and obtaining residency status. Connect with a peer mentor.

Grad Leadership

Attend workshops and learn about topics such as leadership vs management, facilitation and more.

Grad Family

Visit the Family Care Office to learn about balance, and obtain daycare, pregnancy, or eldercare information. Student family housing is available.


What is Gradlife?

We are a hub to help you navigate grad life at U of T and connect you to workshops, social events, campus services and resources. We also offer several programs to support your grad life experience and provide community.


Looking for mental health services, resources, or academic supports? Visit the new Graduate Wellness Portal [], a collaboration between the UTGSU and the School of Graduate Studies.

Upcoming Events:

Grad Escape: Mindfulness Meditation on June 7

Grad Talk: Just Say No (or Yes) on May 28

Grad Connections

Take a break and connect with other grad students at a bi-weekly chat forum. An expert staff facilitator will be available to answer questions related to each week's theme. This program will resume in September. 

Essential Guide for Grads

Check out the 2017/18 Essential Guide for Grads to find out all you need to know about navigating U of T grad life. Look out for the 2018/19 version coming in later summer.

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