Student Affairs & Services
UTM's Division of Student Affairs and Services strives to enhance students' quality of life and learning experiences beyond the traditional classroom.
What We Do
Departments and offices within Student Affairs and Services include:
Providing support, advocacy and programming for students with physical, learning and sensory disabilities.
Your first stop for career development workshops, activities and resources, including employment and further education after UTM.
Offering support, resources and care for physical and mental health issues, as well as supporting students in difficulty and crisis.
Offering immigration advising, transition programs and support services for students who are new to Canada, and students seeking studying abroad opportunities.
Providing opportunities to enhance your overall physical fitness and wellbeing, in addition to recreation and sport leadership development
Promoting community engagement through innovative co-curricular programs, services and initiatives.
- Aboriginal programs and initiatives
- Arts and culture opportunities
- Community engagement, service learning and volunteerism
- Resources for international and internationally-minded students
- Leadership seminars and workshops
- Multi-faith resources
- Orientation and transition programs for first-year students
- Student recognition and awards for involvement and leadership
- Student group recognition and support
- Student guide to services
The place to go for undergraduate, graduate and family housing, residence life programs, short-term visitor accommodation and off-campus housing
Other services and information, including:
- Notary and document services
- Issues related to Code of Student Conduct
- Questions related to fee-funded student services
Who We Are
Knowledgeable, caring and highly skilled staff in Student Affairs departments actively support and promote holistic student learning and development. Furthermore, we work with individual students, student organizations and leaders, campus departments, and community organizations to explore and develop opportunities to engage students, staff and faculty in active collaboration to enrich students’ university experiences.
We do so to encourage students’ formation of a strong sense of identity, the foundation for developing purpose and integrity in their lives beyond their years at UTM.