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Victoria University is pleased to offer student services at Vic. A Career Educator, Learning Strategist, On-Site Accessibility Services Advisor and a personal counsellor are available to offer one-to-one meetings and group sessions throughout the Fall/Winter academic session. If you have questions regarding any of these services please contact the Office of the Dean of Students at 416-585-4528 or the Victoria College Registrar's Office 416-585-4508. 

Career Advisor

Throughout the year (all weekdays):

Book a virtual appointment online. If you have questions about booking, please email

Additional support: Career Exploration and Education, Vic Careers & Transition Out Quercus, or log into the Career Learning Network to learn about career events.

Learning Strategists

Learning Strategists help students with issues related to learning and studying including time management, stress management, reading, note-taking, concentration, critical thinking, and planning for tests and assignments. To book an appointment contact the Victoria College Registrar's Office at 416-585-4508.

Additional times: Department of Academic Success.

Personal Counsellors

September to early May (all weekdays):
To book an appointment contact University of Toronto Health and Wellness Centre at 416-978-8030 and ask to book a time with a Vic counsellor who is located at Victoria College, on the ground floor of the Goldring Student Centre, Room 122.

You can also reach out to a staff member at the Office of the Dean of Students and ask for a referral.

Additional times and summer: Health and Wellness

Accessibility Services

Academic accommodations are arranged through Accessibility Services when students experience disability-related barriers in demonstrating their knowledge and skills. It is extremely important that you contact the office as soon as you are accepted to U of T so that it is possible for accommodations to be arranged prior to the start of classes. 

Accessibility Services
455 Spadina Avenue, Suite 400

Accessibility Services Website