Student Services

Office of the Registrar and Student Services

The Office of the Registrar and Student Services is made up of a team of individuals committed to facilitating students’ academic experience at the University and the Daniels Faculty. In addition to performing registrarial functions (the nuts and bolts of university registration), we are also the first stop for academic, financial, personal, and general advising, and are here to assist students experiencing any difficulties that might have an impact on academic work, such as illness, a family emergency, or financial problems. 

Areas with which we provide assistance include, but are not limited to:

  • Academic and general advising and guidance
  • Student counselling and resource referral
  • Degree and program requirements
  • Course registration and enrolment
  • Fee payment or fee deferral
  • Financial counselling/grant applications
  • Petitions/appeals

Student experience is about more than the academic experience. The University and Daniels Faculty offers an array of leadership, mentorship, and discipline-specific opportunities designed to augment the academic experience and encourage co-curricular involvement.

Students are strongly encouraged to visit the Current Students – Undergraduate and Current Students – Graduate pages regularly for more information, up to date information, and application deadlines.

We encourage students to send any questions or requests directly to Please include your full name and student number. We will endeavour to respond to all messages within 48-72 business hours. 

The Office of the Registrar and Student Services is open Monday to Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in Room DA100 of the Daniels Building. 

Learning Strategist

Daniels Faculty students have access to Learning Strategists through the Student Success Centre to support the development of their study skills and academic strategies. Whether you are an exceptional student looking to refine your skillset or a struggling student unsure of the next steps to improve your learning process; meeting with a Learning Strategist is a great way to reflect on your experience and develop new strategies in a supporting environment. Topics include (but are not limited to):

  • Learning as a Process
  • Motivation & Goal Setting
  • Time Management & Procrastination
  • Stress Management & Anxiety Reduction
  • Study Focus
  • Critical Reading & Note-Taking
  • Presentations & Public Speaking
  • Test, Exam, Review & Critique Preparation

Pre-bookable 50-minute or 30-minute appointments can be arranged by phone at 416-978-7970, or in-person at the Student Success Front Desk located in the Koffler Student Services building (214 College Street, room 150). 

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Academic Success

On-Location Wellness Counsellor


Chiara Frigeni, Registered Psychotherapist

What they do: Chiara offers single-session and short-term psychotherapy and counseling on a range of issues including anxiety, depression, relationships, self-esteem, burnout, stress, and more. Chiara is invested in providing anti-oppressive approaches to therapy and has training in a variety of therapeutic modalities. They are now providing in-person service, as well as virtual appointments based on students’ preferences and needs.

To book a session, you can call the Health & Wellness Centre directly at 416-978-8030 (select option 5) and ask to book a session with the “Daniels counsellor” who is located at New College (40 Willcocks Street).

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Health & Wellness Centre

On-Location Career Educator

A Career Educator, Jon Bray (he/him), is available to meet with Daniels students and recent graduates to support with matters including career guidance, job search strategy, application documents, further education options, navigating career decisions, and how to prepare for life after graduation.

Jon will be available for in-person drop-in conversations (office hours) outside the Daniels café at 1 Spadina every Tuesday from 12:30pm to 2:00pm, and can be contacted directly by email to arrange a meeting or with questions:

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Career Exploration & Education

All students and recent graduates can also access the full suite of programs, services, and resources available through U of T Career Exploration & Education. Workshops & events can be viewed on our workshop calendar using the following link:; and our library of independently accessible resources can be accessed on our website via the following link: