Here you can find quick links to resources available to all TRP students


The Centre for International Experience is the place for international students on the St. George Campus to sign up for medical insurance (UHIP), apply for off-campus work permits, seek advice and mentorship, and much more.


Accessibility Services provides students with a network of resources to succeed at the University of Toronto, both inside and outside the classroom. The centre strives to create a safe and comfortable community for students where they can navigate their disability and related barriers, facilitate peer support and interactions, and provide various academic and social opportunities.


Programs, services, and offices that support the diversity of students. You’ll find resources on accessibility, anti-racism, environmental health, First Nations, family services, sexual and gender diversity, sexual harassment, the status of women, and more.


The University of Toronto Libraries system is the largest academic library in Canada. There are 44 libraries located throughout the three university campuses. Robarts Library is the largest library in the university, but the Gerstein Science information Centre is the main library for health science disciplines. The digital library system is quite expansive as well.


CLN is a university resource for on and off- campus employment, recruitment events, career counselling, and more. Students are encouraged to visit the CLN website and login with their UTORid. CLN is a community that connects students and recent graduates of the University of Toronto with internal and external partners interested in their
career success.


GCAC provides graduate students with free advanced training in academic writing and speaking. GCAC offers five types of support designed to target the needs of both native and non-native speakers of English: non- credit courses, single-session workshops, individual writing consultations, writing intensives, and a list of additional resources for academic writing and speaking.


The University of Toronto’s Career Centre offers various services to students and
recent graduates. Students may schedule appointments for one-on-one career advising, resume consultations, or even LinkedIn profile reviews.


The University of Toronto Graduate Students’ Union (UTGSU) represents over 18,000 students studying in over

80 departments across all University of Toronto campuses. They advocate for increased graduate student representation and act as a voice for students at the University, Provincial, and National level. The UTGSU engages Members through community building events and campaigns often organized through our various Committees and Caucuses. They also offer a variety of services including, but not limited to health and dental insurance, confidential advice, advocacy support, various grants and bursaries, and access to gym and event space.


Hart House is a social hub for University of Toronto students. Hart House has athletic facilities and clubs, and hosts social events throughout the year. All students are members of the Hart House community, and can register for their events. A portion of student fees goes towards a gym membership, which includes access to Hart House’s facilities. Personal training and registration for specific fitness classes is available all year round.

- Naomi Zingman-Daniels, 2018 Cohort

The TRP not only teaches us new skills but immediately lets us practice them in applied settings. It’s a dynamic, unusual way of learning that means that I feel prepared for real-world situations and challenges.