U of T Resources
The Economics Study Centre is staffed by third and fourth year undergraduate students who act as peer mentors to Economics and Commerce students. The peer mentors assist students on a one-to-one basis or in study groups.
The Career Learning Network is a great place to find job postings and recruitment information tailored for U of T students. The university works with both internal and external partners to provide you with the best opportunities for career success.
The University of Toronto has fourteen writing centres that provide individual consultations with trained writing instructors, along with group teaching in workshops and courses. Everything is free of charge. It's a great resource to help you develop writing skills as you progress through your studies.
ASSU is the academic student union for over 23,000 full-time undergraduate students in the Faculty of Arts & Science at the University of Toronto. ASSU organizes with students and community members to hold events, change policies, improve programs, run successful campaigns, and provide support for academic grievances.