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Online Behaviour Guidance Workshop Series

Becoming a parent doesn’t come with full-proof instructions, and can be a very rewarding but also challenging journey! From infancy to school-age, our online workshop series is designed to provide parents useful and practical positive guidance information, strategies and resources. This online workshop series will be available until December 31, 2019. Visit the Take My … Read More

Orientation for Students with Family Responsibilities Recording Available

If you missed the Orientation for Students with Family Responsibilities in September 2019, you can view the recording of the presentation of the FCO’s services and the Student Parents Panel Discussion on YouTube.

Childcare Spaces Available On Campus

Preschool spaces are available at the Early Learning Centre: OISE Site. Please contact early.learning.centre@utoronto.ca or 905-569-4422 for more information.

Programming for International Student Partners

If you are an international student partner in Ontario, International Student Connect (ISC) is the place for you. For details, see our web page on International Student Families.

Want to Connect With a Peer Mentor?

If you feel like the only student on campus with family responsibilities, you may want to connect with a peer mentor! They can share valuable tips and advice on caring for others while juggling academic commitments. If you feel like a Peer Mentor can help you during your time at U of T, visit the Peer Mentorship Program … Read More

Check out Family Study Space at Robarts Library

Canada’s first academic library family study space is available to U of T current students, staff (including postdocs), faculty members, and visiting scholars with children 12 years and under. For more information and to apply for a free access fob go to Family Study Space at Robarts and complete the online registration form.

Child Care Subsidy Update – City of Toronto

If you are applying for child care subsidy in the City of Toronto, it is important that you file your Canadian income tax return as soon as you are able, in order to receive your Canadian Revenue Agency, Notice of Assessment (NOA). Once you apply, you will be put on the wait list for a … Read More