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Navi: Your U of T resource finder

Navi is an anonymous virtual assistant, available 24/7, helping you navigate mental health and general U of T resources on campus.

Getting to campus

Where to eat, study and gather

Whether you are returning to campus, coming for the first time or have been regularly on site, use this resource to learn where to eat, study and gather at U of T.

A lineup in front of a restaurant at U of T.

Undergraduate students and second-entry undergraduate professional program students

There’s so much to do alongside your studies. Find out more!

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Graduate and professional master’s students

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International students

U of T welcomes international students from over 150 countries and regions.

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Health and wellness

A zumba class at U of T

ASKme Anything booths

If you're a new student, you'll have the chance to meet upper-year students/recent alumni to ask questions about the many programs and resources available to you. Look out for the on-campus booths, and also for friendly students, staff and faculty wearing an orange ASKme button.

To learn more, visit the ASKme Anything page.