416-287-7398 (General Inquiries)
The Campus Police are available on-campus 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Campus Police can be contact for: lost & found enquires,
suspicious persons, unsafe conditions, traffic violations/unsafe driving, parking violations, personal safety concerns, prior criminal incidents
on campus(thefts, assault, mischief), break & enters on campus, property damage, insecure premises, noise complaints; possession of drugs,
non-life threatening violations of federal, provincial laws, municipal by-laws and university policies, after hours maintenance (burnt our
lights, damaged locks, flooding).
Located in the Student Centre in room SL-270, provides family physical care, health education and counselling. They can also provide
documentation for missed exams and/or missed deadlines.
The UTSC Athletics department allows students and staff to use the exercise and fitness facilites on campus.
AccessAbility Services is a student service whose principal function is to ensure policies, practices, procedures and programs at University of
Toronto Scarborough are inclusive to ensure equal access to students with disabilities. Services include: casework, accomodations, consulting,
diagnostic services, learning skills support for students with learning disabilities, referrals to university and outside community resources, and
provision of adaptive equipment/assistive technology.
Community Safety Office
The Community Safety Office provides support, advice, and information about intervention options for individuals who have had their personal
safety compromised. They will assist in the development of a safety plan, and provide referrals to appropriate resources on/off campus.
The UTSC Patrol Service, formerly known as the Walksafer Service supplements the UTSC Police Service by providing security and safety patrols of
the UTSC campus (students, staff and faculty).
Student Crisis Response Services
Provides consultation to staff and faculty who are concerned about a student in crisis and/or distress. Also offers crisis response and
debriefing following a critical incident that has impacted the community.
A team of family physicians, registered nurses, a community health coordinator, a health promotion nurse and peer educators provide students
with medical care, counselling and referrals. Provides physical care and health education.
Provides community members who park in the outer parking lots with a safer alternative to walking to their parked vehicles alone by providing a
bus service to and from the parking lots on campus.
Lone Worker Program
The Working Alone Service is available to all members of the community who work on the campus during the quiet hours of the evening, weekends
and statutory holidays. Register your information with University Police, who will visit or telephone you during the period you requested.