We serve students, staff, and faculty at the University of Toronto who are affected by sexual violence or harassment. Confidential, non-judgmental consultations are available by phone, e-mail, and video conferencing. Please contact us to request an appointment.
Our team is available to respond from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET, Monday to Friday. If you call during a time when we are away from the phone, busy on another call, or after hours, you will be asked to leave a voicemail.
When leaving us a voicemail, you do not need to provide many details. We need your first name, a number where we can reach you, and a preferred time for us to call you. We also need to know whether we can leave you a voicemail if you do not answer our call. We recognize that not all voicemails are private. If we do not have your explicit permission to leave a voicemail, we will not leave one. We will call you back at another time.
University of Toronto St. George campus
Gerstein Science Information Centre (Gerstein Library), Suite B139
University of Toronto Mississauga
Davis Building, Room 3094G
University of Toronto Scarborough
Environmental Science & Chemistry Building, EV141
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday:
9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (September – June)
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (July & August)
If you require an appointment outside of these times, please e-mail or call us to discuss further.
Note: The Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre, along with the University of Toronto, is committed to being a welcoming place for people with disabilities and their service animals. Please note that there may be a registered service dog present at the Centre in accordance with the University’s Service Animals Guideline. The service dog is not there to provide therapeutic support to clients of the Centre, and is registered with the tri-campus Health & Wellbeing Programs & Services Office. If you require an accommodation please let us know in advance of an in-person appointment, training, or event.