The Essential Grad Guide published by SGS in partnership with the Office of Student Life and contains useful information on the many resources (academic, financial, transportation, health, etc.) that are available to support CIRHR students.
As members of the CIRHR community, students are subject to the rules, regulations, and policies cited in the current SGS Calendar. You should take special note of the Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters and Code of Student Conduct.
If you have any questions about degree requirements, the program, policies or UofT/SGS resources don’t hesitate to contact CIRHR graduate staff. Carol Canzano-Hamala (firstname.lastname@example.org) is available to provide support and advice.
Reminder: Re-register once a year
A broad spectrum of writing resources and services including topic specific guides and tipsheets can be found here.
SGS specific writing centre and ELL supports including thesis writing intensive programs.
Academic skills and learning programming and services including workshops, one on one consultations, peer mentoring.
Health and wellness services, programming and supports including medical appointments, counselling, peer support, health and wellness campaigns.
Contact: CAMH (24 hours, 7 days a week, no referral needed)
ConnexOntario: 1-866-531-2600 (distress calls)
Contact: Crisis line: 416-929-5200, Referral line: 416-929-9897 (24 Hours, 7 days a week)
Manage your job searches with off-campus, on-campus, volunteer, casual and work-study employers; participate in on-campus recruitment activities such as employer information sessions and interviews; view and register for Career Centre events and workshops; register and participate in career exploration and experiential learning programs; and more.