Student Wellness

Overall well-being—including physical and mental health—is a significant part of what makes students academically successful. Victoria University offers many programs and services that support wellness.

Where to get help if you are in crisis and need immediate support

 Goldring Counsellors  

Counsellors in the Goldring Student Centre

Help is close to home at Vic. A personal counsellor, learning strategist, and career advisor are available for appointments in the Goldring Student Centre from September-April.

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Wellness Wednesdays

Wellness Wednesdays is a weekly program that supports the mental and physical health of Vic students.
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Weekly Mindfulness 

Join us as we learn to practice Mindfulness Meditation Techniques that will increase your relaxation and resiliency.

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Weekly Yoga

Join us for our weekly drop-in Yoga Class. All levels of experience are welcome!

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Vic encourages its students to build a culture of caring with conversations about wellness. ask. listen. talk. is an educational awareness campaign about mental health issues.

University of Toronto Health & Wellness Centre

The University of Toronto Health & Wellness Centre has a medical clinic, counselling services, and many other services and educational resources. (Health & Wellness is located in the Koffler Centre at 214 College Street West.)

Need some advice on where to get help?

Office of the Dean of Students

(416) 585-4494

vic.dean@utoronto.ca

Ground Floor, Goldring Student Centre

150 Charles Street West

 

Office of the Registrar

(416) 585-4508

vic.registrar@utoronto.ca

Room 106, Northrop Frye Hall

73 Queen's Park Crescent


Current Students