Grad Services and Organizations
On Campus Resources
Use the links below to explore on- and off-campus resources to help you develop academic and professional skills.
Grad Pathways Calendar
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The Library provides services to help students, staff, and faculty excel in their academic and research pursuits. They assist with studying, writing, data, research, publishing, teaching, and accessibility.
The GSA is the official representative body of graduate students at the U of G. It acts as the liaison between graduate students and the University Administration. The GSA represents and advocates on behalf of graduate students on most University
The OTL creates innovative educational opportunities that meet the learning needs of a local and international audience. They engage in scholarship to advance the teaching and learning mandate of the University.
This Office oversees research in 7 colleges, at the Ridgetown campus, at 15 research stations and of the U of G / OMAFRA partnership. Research programs of all disciplines on campus are supported.
Opportunities are provided to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes for workplace success. These include independent study, field courses, paid work terms, on-campus employment, and community engagement
Wood Centre for Business & Student Enterprise
The Wood Centre, located in LANG, gives students access to innovations and methods for teaching business effectively. Students from any discipline can identify a need, develop a solution and bring it to life.
Student Wellness is comprised of 6 service units; Accessibility, Counselling, Health, Health & Performance Centre, Student Support Network, and Wellness Education & Promotion. All units provide resources and services to the campus community to help facilitate the development of the whole person.
Community Engaged Scholarship Institute
CESI, located in CSAHS, brings together community and campus skills and resources to advance community identified research goals.
Off Campus Services & Organizations
The links below take you to the websites of our off-campus partners where you can explore all of the opportunities they have to offer to U of G grad students and postdocs.
Mitacs provides professional skills development courses for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. The courses complement the hands-on research skills and experience gained by participants of Mitacs programs such as Accelerate, Elevate, and Globalink.
Aurora by Beyond The Professoriate
Aurora is an e-learning platform providing career advice to graduate students and postdocs. Over 70 hours of on-demand videos, and 120 interviews with PhDs are available on this site. The content is updated monthly.
LinkedIn Learning is an online video training library with modules to build skills and achieve personal and professional goals. Topics include software development, website design, animation, audio and music, soft-skill training, photography, and more.
The S2BN is a national organization that hosts professional development events, workshops and networking opportunities for graduate students in STEM who are interested in careers outside of academia.