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Student News at U of T?


Green Shield Canada to transform Canadian public health with $6.15-million gift to Faculty of Dentistry

A?$6.15 million gift made by Green Shield Canada (GSC) to the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Dentistry?–?the largest single donation to dental public health research in Canadian history?–?is poised to transform dental public health research and policy development in Canada.

Donated through GSC’s Green Door Project, which seeks to help Canadians secure access to health care, the gift will fund the establishment of a five-year research program that will offer no-cost oral health care to thousands of individuals and their families who could not otherwise afford it.


Gathering Place at Women's College Hospital to highlight Indigenous perspectives on healing

A new Gathering Place for learners, faculty and staff in the health professions to learn about and honour Indigenous perspectives of well-being and healing is now officially open at Women’s College Hospital.


Student Mental Health Resource website a ‘gateway’ to U of T’s mental health services

The University of Toronto is launching a new online portal that makes it easier for students to find mental health services and resources on all three campuses, as well as those of partner organizations in the community.

Part of U of T’s commitment to develop a more harmonized and student-centric approach to student mental health, the Student Mental Health Resource website – developed in consultation with students – allows students to quickly and easily find the mental health services they need, when they are needed.