MoveU is supported by partners across all three campuses to help you live your best life on campus and beyond.
St. George Campus
Healthy Grads is a student-led team that provides health promotion programming by graduate students for graduate students. As graduate students themselves, they are passionate about promoting a healthy and balanced lifestyle among their peers. They address the unique needs of graduate students relating to mental, physical and emotional health, managing the school-to-work transition, and integrating self-care into daily routines. In addition, they help graduate students to navigate their way to appropriate resources on and off campus, including those offered through the Health & Wellness Centre and Gradlife.
Equity Movement is based out of the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education. We consist of both graduate and undergraduate students at the University of Toronto. Our goal is to plan, motivate and implement positive student-led equity initiatives that promote equity, diversity, inclusivity and physical/mental health. The team develops and implements diversity and equity initiatives related to sport and physical activity through student-staff partnerships, and reviews student-initiated proposals for funding through the Equity ideas Fund.
Hart House Community Engagement Ambassadors
The Hart House Community Engagement Ambassadors are a team of U of T students that want to help you discover all that Hart House has to offer!
We aim to help students across U of T connect over community activities and events-based programming. You’ll find us working our usual wellness events in and around the House, assisting with everything from drop-in tours to board game cafès to arts and crafts programs.
The HealthyU Crew is a student-driven team at the U of T Health & Wellness Centre that is committed to creating a healthier campus that supports making healthier choices and that promotes personal and academic success. The HealthyU Crew employs education, advocacy and collaboration with campus and community partners to build healthier communities, particularly around student mental health, nutrition, substance use and harm reduction, as well as overall health and wellness.
Department of Athletics & Recreation: The Athletics & Recreation Centre at UTSC is one of the hubs of activity on Campus and a gathering place for those pursuing a healthy active lifestyle. The department strives to create respectful and inclusive environment that promotes opportunity and overall well-being through physical activity.
Department of Athletics & Recreation
The Health & Wellness Centre has health care providers who provide medical, nursing, counselling, health promotion and education services to University of Toronto Scarborough students. Any student with a current student card and valid health card can use their services.
Health & Wellness Centre
The Wellness Peer Programs share knowledge and information on healthy topics to promote overall health and wellness for the UTSC campus community. The programs are made up of student volunteers referred to as Peer Educators and Ambassadors. These students have been trained in a variety of areas, such as tobacco awareness, mental health and wellness, nutrition, alcohol and drug awareness, and the services provided by the Health & Wellness Centre.
Wellness Peer Programs
As the Department of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation we offer a friendly and safe environment that welcomes our diverse community to participate in physical activity in order to support a healthy lifestyle. We offer a wide variety of choices so everyone can find an activity that appeals to them. Our staff can help guide you in your choices to become more physically active.
Department of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation
The UTM Wellness Ambassadors provide students with information, tools, and resources to empower them to make healthy choices in support of their personal and academic goals; and support the development of healthy systems and structures that encourage and foster student health and well-being on campus.