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The Varsity unpacks U of T's underrated services

Students can test out VR equipment at U of T's MADLab at the Gerstein Science Information Centre (photo by Romi Levine)

The Tri-Campus Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre, which is available on all three campuses.

The tax clinic run by the University of Toronto Students’ Union.

Rapid Access to Collections by Electronic Requesting, or RACER, an inter-library loan service that lets students and staff at universities request materials from other universities.

These are the top three of University of Toronto’s underrated services – “hidden gems” picked by The Varsity, U of T’s student-run newspaper.

Rounding out the list are personal virtual reality (VR) systems available at the Gerstein Science Information Centre; the university’s many writing centres; and Criterion-on-Demand, a movie streaming website that U of T students can access.

Read why these six services are “hidden gems” in The Varsity