U of T Services and Resources

As a learner of the School of Continuing Studies, you have access to the following U of T services and resources.

Library and TCard Services

You are welcome to obtain a University of Toronto photo ID smartcard called the TCard for a fee of $20 CAD.  This card provides identification to access many campus services and can also be used as a Library Card. The TCard also provides users the option to carry a cash value in the computer chip. The card can then be used for the purchase of photocopies, computer printing and vending services.

As well, the TCard registration process allows you to create a UTORid and U of T email address. The UTORid and its associated password enables you to use computer services and terminals on campus.

Please visit this Help Center article for instructions on how to request a TCard.

For information on the TCard Office locations and hours of operations, please visit their website


Many of the buildings at the St. George Campus have wifi coverage that students are welcome to use. 

In order to log onto the campus wifi, you need to have active UTORid or qqID credentials. 

Accessibility Services

The School of Continuing Studies is committed to providing support to our students with disabilities to ensure a positive learning experience in all of our courses and programs.

We work closely with the University of Toronto Accessibility Services to assess individual needs and coordinate the provision of necessary services. Services are provided to students with a documented disability, which can be physical, a learning disability, or a mental health disorder.   For more information on this service, please visit this website

Services/Resources not available to learners at the School of Continuing Studies:

  • Gym and Athletics
  • Housing Service
  • Career Services

For all of our registration options, please visit this Help Center article

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