Dean of Students
The Office of the Dean of Students supports you in all non-academic aspects of your student experience so you can thrive at Woodsworth College. We provide support to student groups on campus, run the Woodsworth College Residence, and are the liaisons between students and the college administration.
Coming to the University of Toronto can feel daunting. Learn about events, resources, and other ways we can help you get the most out of your Woodsworth experience.
Transitioning to University life can be overwhelming. Learn from those who have walked in your shoes before.
Indigenous Peer Mentors Program
The Indigenous Peer Mentors Program at Woodsworth College encourages Indigenous students to connect with each other and make the most of their time here at Woodsworth.
Want to learn more about university life before the fall? Connect with an upper-year student E-Mentor and access online orientation resources.
Learn more about the Summer E-Mentorship Program.
Are you an incoming student? Connect with upper-year mentors while gaining academic and social support when transitioning to university.
Learn more about the First-Year Mentorship Program.
Access Mentorship Program
About to begin university after a break from formal education? Connect with a peer mentor who’s taken the same path.
Learn more about the Access Mentorship Program.
Location: 123 St. George Street, Third Floor
Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 9 am - 5 pm
Interested in expanding your skills? Workshops are open to all full and part-time students of Woodsworth College, Trinity College and Innis College.
Want to get involved and make a difference? Become Woodsworthy through our six-week workshop series, designed to help you develop your leadership skills and get involved in your campus community.
Learn more about the Leadership Certificate.
Mental Health Certificate
Interested in mental health awareness? Woodsworth College offers a series of workshops designed to give students the tools to fight stigma, access resources, and recognize changes in the mental health of themselves and others.
Learn more about the Mental Health Certificate.
Need help with your career path? Learn the skills you need in a series of career-focused workshops and networking events focused on hands-on skills critical to your future success.
Learn more about the Career Certificate.
All LGBTQ+ students are warmly welcomed!
Guides & Resources
Interactive Planning Guide
Plan to make the most of your first year: use our guide to learn about U of T's online tools.
Interactive Course Registration Guide
Learn how the select and register for courses with this online guide.
Download the first-year experience guide to learn about the College, how to get involved, and the many different people and groups that are here to support you.
Woodsworth student appointed as Artist in Residence at Hart House
Multidisciplinary artist and anthropology student Masoud Riyazati will showcase his work from April 18 - May 11 as an Artist in Residence for the Hart House Global Commons. This year's theme is Migration: Global Perspectives on the Search for Home.
March 7, 2023Woodsworth student appointed as Artist in Residence at Hart HouseCommunityDean of StudentsRegistrarial Services