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Undergraduate

Students

Undergraduate students seeking academic advising are encouraged to contact their college or faculty Registrar’s Office.

First Nations House offers academic advising and tutoring support for Indigenous students, as well as orientation for new students and a resource center with a computer lab to support students in their journey to academic success.

Indigenous students can schedule an appointment at First Nations House to speak about advocacy, academic advising, learning strategies, graduate school applications, referrals, and more.  Contact Julie Ann Shepard, Coordinator of Academic Supports at julie.shepard@utoronto.ca or 416-978-1290.

Some faculties also offer support specifically for Indigenous students. The Faculty of Law provides a variety of services and programming for Indigenous law students. The Faculty of Medicine has established the Office of Indigenous Medical Education (OIME) for students in Undergraduate Medical Education.

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Graduate

Students

Graduate students should speak with the Graduate Coordinator or Director in their graduate unit.

Additional Graduate Resources

Academic Success for Graduate Students, Academic Success Centre

Academic Support, School of Graduate Studies

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