Resources Database

The Equity, Community and Inclusion Committee at MUES (ECI) has collected a vast amount of resources. These resources are apart of a variety of categories including Academic, Accessibility, Cultural, Engineering, Finances, Gender-based, Healthy & Safety, International, LGBTQ+, Mental Health and Religious resources.
Resource Name and LinkAdditional Contact MethodsExtra InformationCategory
SLC Academic SupportProvides math, computer science, writing + language support, and tutor matchAcademic
Career, Co-op & Student Success CentrePortal to apply for co-op, student jobs, and find career development resources.Academic
Thrive TMUProvide training and resources to Toronto Metropolitan University students about student wellbeing.Academic
Academic Accomadation SupportEmail: aasadmin@torontomu.caAAS provides resources, education, training, and direct services such as academic accommodation plans in order that people with disabilities have an equal opportunity to access and participate in higher education.Accessibility
EDI Event GuideUniversity of Ottawa's EDI Event GuideAccessibility
Food Restrictions GuideHarvard University's Food Restriction and Allergies guideAccessibility
TMU Acessibility Technology Support GuideTMU Guide for better virtual visual accessibilityAccessibility
Accessibility and Amenity InformationTMU Guide for building accessibilityAccessibility
BIPOC Students' CollectiveOffice: SCC 210
Instagram: @bipoc.tmsu
Email: bipoc@yourtmsu.ca
Phone: 416-979-5000 x554504
The BIPOC Students’ Collective opposes all forms of racism and works towards community wellness for students at TMU. One of the Equity Centres of TMSUCultural
Gdoo-maawnjidimi Mompii Indigenous Student ServicesOffice: KHW-389
Instagram: @tmu.indigenous
X: @TMU_Indigenous
Gdoo-maawnjidimi Mompii Indigenous Student Services offers culturally supportive programs and initiatives to First Nations, Inuit and Métis students at TMU, ensuring access to specialized services that strike a balance between academic excellence and traditional teachings and culture.Cultural
NSBEInstagram: @nsbetmuThe National Society of Black Engineers' mission is to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.Cultural
Engineers CanadaEngineers Canada upholds the honour, integrity, and interests of the engineering profession by supporting consistent high standards in the regulation of engineering, encouraging the growth of the profession in Canada, and inspiring public confidence. Also accredits Canadian Undergraduate programs in engineering.Engineering
Professional Engineers CanadaEstablished on June 14, 1922, Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) is the licensing and regulating body for professional engineering in the province. PEO operates under the authority of the Professional Engineers Act to serve and protect the public interest by setting and upholding high academic, experience and professional practice standards for the engineering profession.Engineering
Good Food CentreOffice: SCC B-03A
Email: foodcentre@yourtmsu.ca
Instagram: @gfc.tmsu
Phone: 416-979-5000 x552363
Any TMU student facing any level of food insecurity (the inability to obtain food that meets your dietary needs) is able to use their services, but must register as a member first.Finances
Legal ServicesEmail: legal@yourtmsu.caAll full-time undergraduate students at TMU have access to a lawyer who can advise and assist them with virtually any legal problem, at no cost.Finances
WiEInstagram: @TMUWIEToronto Metropolitan University's Women in Engineering student group is designed to provide resources to students that identify as women. They strive to do this through initiatives such as mentorship, networking, social events and more.Gender-based
Tri-Mentoring ProgramInstagram: @trimentoringThe Tri-Mentoring Program’s (TMP) educational priority is to mentor each student using their individual experience to find their sense of belonging on campus. Includes peer mentoring, career mentoring, group mentoring, and flash mentoring for undergraduate students. Other services are offered for grad students.General
WalkSafePhone: 416-979-5040
Internal phones: 555040
Email: walksafe@torontomu.ca
Also via blue safety poles, blue switches in washrooms
This free service pairs you with a uniformed security crew member to escort you to various locations on campus, including the subway and nearby parking lots. Available to all TMU community members—including visitors—24 hours a day, 7 days a week.Health & Safety
Centre for Safer Sex and Sexual Violence SupportOffice: SCC-209
Phone: (437) 600-7575
CSSSVS is committed to providing products to students to lessen the impacts of period poverty and eliminate financial barriers to having safer sex. Safer sex products, menstrual products, and emergency contraseptive reimbursements can be ordered on our website and picked up at our office in SCC209.Health & Safety
Medical CentreEmail: medicalct@torontomu.ca
Phone: 416-979-5070
The Medical Centre offers health services to current TMU students, staff and faculty, such as physicals, mental health assessments, assessments for common medical problems, immunizations, and medical certificates. Appointments are in person and a mask is required. If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, and unable to reach us during regular business hours, please call 911 and go to the nearest hospital emergency room.Health & Safety
TMU International Student SupportOffice: POD-50A
Phone: 416-979-5000 ext. 556655
Email: issask@torontomu.ca
Services include status letter requests, immigration assistance, working in canada, financial assistance, advisors, new arrival info, health & wellness information (RU Taking Care)International
EngOutInstagram: @tmu_engoutEngOut is committed to advocating for LGBTQ+ students at Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU). We work closely with the Metropolitan Undergraduate Engineering Society (MUES) to foster an inclusive engineering community at TMU, and host a number of social and professional events aimed at unifying and empowering aspiring LGBTQ+ engineers.LGBTQ+
The Queer SpaceInstagram: @thequeerspace.tmsuCater to Queer and Trans students at TMU. One of the Equity Service Centres of the Toronto Metropolitan Student’s Union.LGBTQ+
Centre for Student Development and CounsellingOffice: JOR 07C
Email: csdc@torontomu.ca
Phone: 416-979-5195
Committed to serving the community and do so by providing mental health outreach, education, and consultation. In addition to direct student care, they are often “on the ground” and work closely with faculty and staff to cultivate an environment that supports student wellbeing. Value excellence in learning, teaching and clinical training through ongoing professional development of staff and a robust internship training program.Mental Health
Multi-Faith RoomLocation: 55 Gould Street, 3rd Floor, OAK-319The Multi-Faith Room located on the third floor of Oakham House is available for people of all faiths and followings. The room provides a quiet atmosphere for prayer, worship, meditation, and other spiritual and faith based activities on a drop-in basis. Room hours are posted on the door.Religious
TRS EDI Well-being Space55 Dundas St W, 7th floor, TRS 1-045Though provided by the Ted Rogers Students' Society (TRSS), this room is available to all students, faculty & staff, this space is open to those of all faiths/spiritualities or none at all, to pray, meditate, reflect, grieve, or find quiet.Religious
Consent Comes First/You Are Not AloneOffice: KHW 279
Email: osvse@torontomu.ca
Phone: 416 979 5000 ext. 553596
Consent Comes First (CCF) provides free, confidential, trauma-informed, healing-centred support to Toronto Metropolitan students affected by sexual violence and other forms of gender-based violence. Includes services to assist in healing from traumaHealth & Safety
Human Rights ServicesOffice: Podium 254-A
Email: humanrights@torontomu.ca
Contact Human Rights Services if you want to learn or consult more about your human rights and responsibilities as a member of the university community. Can guide you through the process for filing and resolving a Discrimination & Harassment or Sexual Violence complaint.Health & Safety
Off-campus services for people who experience sexual violence and/or gender-based violenceCollection of external services suited for women, gender queer people, men, minors, people in force marriages, people experiencing partner abuse, and self-care guidance.Health & Safety
Student Financial Assistance (SFA) Emergency BursaryCan be found on the Toronto Metropolitan University's (TMU) scholarship platform, AwardSpringThe Student Financial Assistance (SFA) emergency bursary is for students going through an unforeseen financial crisis that directly impacts their academic progress or success in a material manner. It is a one-time bursary presented to a student currently enrolled in a domestic undergraduate, continuing education or law program.Finances
EngiQueers CanadaInstagram: @engiqueerscanada
Discord: https://discord.gg/EuhnwfVcm8
Nationwide non-profit organization that represents over 30 LGBTQ+ Engineering member groups similar to TMU's EngOut at engineering schools across the country. They organize educational events, fundraising events, social events, professional development events, and a conference.LGBTQ+
CFESInstagram: heather.kirby@torontomu.cacfes.fceg
Discord: https://tr.ee/CdnkvKusIZ
The CFES is a bilingual national student organization representing Canadian engineering students. Our goal is to enhance the student experience through opportunities fostering the development of leadership, professional and ethical qualities, engineering identity, technical proficiency, and communication.Engineering
ESSCOInstagram: @esscontario
Discord: https://discord.gg/gvT8gmquy2
ESSCO is an association that represents engineering societies from 16 universities across Ontario, and acts as the link between engineering students and professional associations, academia, and government.Engineering
Student Access CollectiveInstagram: @access.tmsuWe advocate for the accessibility needs of TMU students. One of the Equity Service Centres at the Toronto Met Students' Union.Accessibility
Centre for Women and Trans PeopleOffice: SCC 213
Email: cwtp@yourtmsu.ca
Instagram: @cwtp.tmsu
Phone: 416-979-5000 x554504
An Equity Service Centre of the TMSU fighting gender inequality by providing events, space, and resources for women and trans people on campusGender-based
Trans CollectiveOffice: SCC 212
Email: transcollective@yourtmsu.ca
Instagram: @transcollective.tmsu
Phone: 416-979-5000 x554504
Supporting trans & gender non-conforming students at TMU. One of the Equity Services Centres in the Toronto Met Students’ Union.LGBTQ+
Access TMUOffice: JOR-1119
Accessibility Coordinator email: hwillis@torontomu.ca
Phone: (416) 979 - 5000, ext. 4144
Toronto Metropolitan University is committed to providing accessible learning and employment spaces for students, employees and members of our community. We are committed to the principles of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), and aim to ensure that dignity, integration and equality of opportunity are embedded in all aspects of the University culture.Accessibility
International Student Support (ISS)Can be found on the Toronto Metropolitan University's (TMU) scholarship platform, AwardSpringInternational Student Support (ISS) realizes how important financial assistance is for any international student who may be faced with unexpected financial difficulty. This is a list of the financial assistance and award opportunities available to international students.International