Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy students and trainees have access to a variety of health and wellness programs and services. These services provide aid to students academically, support mental and physical wellness, help connect and find community, and get the most out of university life.

Student Life - Health and Wellness

The Health & Wellness Centre at the University of Toronto offers students services that are similar to those offered by a family doctor’s office. The Health & Wellness team includes family physicians, registered nurses, counsellors, psychiatrists, a dietician and support staff.  They provide confidential, student-centred health care, including comprehensive medical care, immunization, sexual health care, counselling and referrals. 

Students enrolled in the PharmD program have access to a dedicated “Wellness Counsellor” near the Leslie L. Dan Pharmacy building.  This counsellor offers brief counselling services tailored to support students who may be struggling with the many challenges presented by university life.

To book an appointment, call the Health & Wellness Centre (416-978-8030) and ask for an appointment with the Faculty of Pharmacy’s dedicated counsellor.


Discovery Pharmacy

The Discovery Pharmacy is the University of Toronto’s dedicated campus pharmacy, providing pharmacy and interdisciplinary health services to the U of T community. Services include:

  • Prescriptions
  • Vaccinations & Immunizations
  • Minor Illness Consultation
  • Health Services Orientation


Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre

The Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre helps and support students, staff and faculty at the University of Toronto who have been affected by sexual violence or sexual harassment.

The Centre offers confidential, non-judgmental, client-centred services. They are here to help students understand, access and navigate supports such as counselling, medical services, academic or workplace accommodations, financial aid and legal aid. The Centre also works to end sexual violence on campus through training and education.


Indigenous Student Services

First Nations House provides culturally relevant services for Indigenous students to support academic success, personal growth and leadership development. They offer learning opportunities for all students to engage with Indigenous communities at U of T and beyond.


Sexual and Gender Diversity Office

The Sexual & Gender Diversity Office operates by:

  • Centering principles of equity and intersectionality
  • Facilitating supportive and inclusive communities within the university
  • Engaging in ongoing learning, support and advocacy concerning sexual and gender diversity
  • Connecting the University of Toronto with broader 2SLGBTQ+ communities
  • Recognizing our histories and supporting a creative vision for the future


Community Safety Office

The Community Safety Office is a University of Toronto Equity Office and Tri-Campus service that offers short-term support and assistance to students, staff, and faculty members of the University of Toronto community who have experienced personal safety concerns including:

  • stalking and harassment
  • bullying and intimidation
  • threats
  • intimate partner violence
  • family violence
  • workplace conflict and volatile behaviour

For more information and to find help, visit the link below.


Family Care Office

The Family Care Office provides confidential guidance, resources, referrals, educational programming and advocacy for the University of Toronto community and their families. We raise awareness of family care issues central to the achievement of education and employment equity at the University of Toronto.


Academic Success Office

The Academic Success Office is dedicated to ensuring students achieve their highest possible learning potential.

Offering lectures, workshops, group or 1 on 1 counselling and online assistance, the Academic Success Office has a full range of supports to help students achieve success in their studies.


Vice Provost - Students

The Office of the Vice-Provost, Students (OVPS) is responsible for non-academic policies and procedures affecting students and student organizations across the three campuses.

The mandate of the Vice-Provost, Students is to ensure that university-wide programs and services are available in order for the academic divisions to deliver a meaningful and rich student experience. The Vice-Provost oversees the operation and administration of Student Services and Programs, Hart House, Centre for International Experience, Access Strategy & Partnerships and Tri-campus art collection and policy.