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University of Toronto, Mississauga Campus

General Information

Established in 1967, the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) is the University of Toronto's second largest division with a student population of just over 14,000.

The address is:

3359 Mississauga Road
Mississauga, Ontario  L5L 1C6
(905) 569-4455

www.utm.utoronto.ca 

Accessibility Services

ACCESSIBILITY SERVICES

On the Mississauga Campus, Accessibility Services is the office to provide accessibility services for students. This office is the primary place to find out about all of your disability related needs.

PEER MENTORING 

The Mississauga campus of University of Toronto has a peer mentoring program for students registered with Accessibility Services. 

ACCESSIBILITY PLAN

For more information about accessibility and current initiatives to address issues of accessibility at any University of Toronto campus, please see the Accessibility Plan.

Documentation Required

To access accommodations, students must provide the required documentation. The University of Toronto has detailed information about the documentation required for all disabilities: Documentation Requirements

For more information about required documentation or how to obtain proof of your disability, contact Mississauga Campus's Accessibility Services directly.

Support Services Available

HEALTH SERVICES

Students on the Mississauga campus can make appointments with physicians or nurses at the UTM Health & Counselling Centre.

COUNSELLING SERVICES

The Health and Counselling Centre offers personal counselling for any student who may be experiencing stressful events in their life.

ACADEMIC SUPPORT

The Academic Skills Centre provides workshops for students to learn and improve on skills such as time management and note-taking.

LIBRARY SERVICES

The University of Toronto Mississauga Library offers various resources for students including databases, journals, e-books, and e-videos. The library also provides services for students such as loan services, research help, and learning zones. The library provides accessible material for persons with disabilities and additional assistance can be provided by library staff.

ACADEMIC ADVISING

The University of Toronto Mississauga provides academic advising services to students, such as understanding degree requirements, choosing specialists, majors and minors, and other academic concerns, through individual departments as well as the Office of the Registrar. 

OTHER SUPPORT SERVICES

Financial Aid

SCHOLARSHIPS, BURSARIES, AND AWARDS

University of Toronto offers a range of financial assistance which consists of merit-based scholarships, need-based bursaries, and awards based on academic achievement for students on the Mississauga campus.

Residence and Housing

ON-CAMPUS HOUSING

The University of Toronto Mississauga Campus’ Housing Office offers traditional, townhouse, and suite-style accommodations. Residence is guaranteed to all incoming first-year students if they apply by the given deadline. Traditional-style residence units consists of 2 private bedrooms with a shared washroom. Townhouse-style accommodations consist of 4 single or double occupancy bedrooms, shared washrooms, a shared kitchen and shared living space. Suite-style residences consist of 4 double occupancy bedrooms, 2 shared bathrooms, a full kitchen, and living and dining space. All building include the folllowing amenities:

  • Common lounges
  • Common kitchens (traditional style only)
  • Study areas
  • Access to a front desk
  • Maintenance
  • Laundry facilities

All residence rooms are furnished, and include internet access and local telephone services. Residence rates vary depending on building and room selection. Meal plans are mandatory and operate on a declining balance system of basic and flex dining dollars. Several different styles of meal plan are available.

Several barrier-free residences are available. Students requiring special accommodations must complete the Special Accommodation Needs in Residence From when applying for residence.

OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING

The University of Toronto offers a housing and roommate finder service as well as tips on tenant issues and dealing with landlords through their Off-Campus Housing Offices.

Getting Around

CAMPUS ACCESSIBILITY

University of Toronto offers maps and locations for each campus.

MISSISSAUGA TRANSIT

The MiWay (Mississauga Transit) is comprised of buses. Students at the University of Toronto Mississauga receive a bus pass called the U-Pass (Universal Bus Pass), which provides unlimited access to MiWay transit, included in their tuition. MiWay offers Routes and Schedules for each of their bus routes.

Accessibility
MiWay provides accessible buses with features such as floor and kneeling capabilities, two wheelchair and scooter securement areas, external bus announcements which will announce what bus is arriving, and automated next stop announcements.

MiWay has a policy where only a single fare is required when a passenger with a disability travels with a Support Person.

The regional municipality of Peel has created TransHelp which offers a door-to-door transit service for persons who are unable to ride conventional transit due to a functional mobility disability. More information about TransHelp, including eligibility guidelines and the application process, is available on their website.

Academic Programs

University of Toronto offers more than 700 undergraduate programs. Information about the academic programs and educational opportunities at the University of Toronto is available on their website.

Contact Information

Accessibility Services
(905) 569-4699
access.utm@utoronto.ca
Located in Room 2037, Davis Building

Health and Counselling Services
(905) 828-5255
health.utm@utoronto.ca
Located in Room 1123A, Davis Building

Academic Skills Centre
(905) 828-3858
academicskills.utm@utoronto.ca
Located in Room 3251, in the new North building

University of Toronto Mississauga Library
(905) 828-5236
askutml.utm@utoronto.ca

Residence
(905) 828-5286
resdesk.utm@utoronto.ca