Student support and services
The Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology is committed to providing exceptional support to our undergraduate students.
Navigating the University of Toronto website to locate resources can be difficult, even for upper-year students.
To assist, our office has compiled information about student support services available to undergraduate students across the St. George Campus.
If you have additional questions or aren’t sure about which resources are best suited for your needs, please reach out to the Undergraduate Office.
Our staff know the resources available across campus and can help advise on the best resources available for you.
Feel free to drop by or phone in (Monday-Friday 9 am - 5 pm) and talk to a staff member about your needs, both academic and personal.
Graduate and Life Sciences Education Officer
Undergraduate Life Sciences Program Administrator
In an emergency
Anyone in need of an immediate medical attention should go to the nearest hospital emergency department, or call 911.
Campus Police 416-978-2222
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.
Mental health and wellness
The University of Toronto provides various services related to mental health and wellness.
The Student Life website lists the various services available to you.
The LMP Undergraduate Office staff can also help you in determining the best resource(s) for your unique needs.
Health and wellness workshops
The Office of Student Life offers workshops on topics such as:
- better coping skills
- grief support groups
- sexual health information
- suicide alertness training
- better sleeping, and more.
Equity and Diversity
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.
See also our Equity and wellness section to see what we're doing at a departmental level.
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. You can access digital resources using your UTORid.
Career Learning Network (CLN)
CLN is a university resource for on and off-campus employment, recruitment events, career counselling, and more.
You are encouraged to visit the CLN website and login with your 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.
The University of Toronto’s Career Centre offers various services to students and recent graduates.
You may schedule appointments for one-on-one career advising, resume consultations, or even LinkedIn profile reviews.
Map of the University of Toronto
Use the innovative and interactive map to help you easily find your way around the St. George campus.
It's searchable, layered and allows you to get directions to places on campus from anywhere.