Tusbe is the mecca of textbook selling in Toronto and if you can’t find any takers there, be sure to hit up the U of T Textbook Exchange on FB.These people are usually the ones marking your work so they can obviously help you write an A paper.The best part about it is that you can take advantage of the program as many times as you want, just as long as you are still a student.If you take the GO Bus to school, head to a participating station to get your Presto card set to a student account and save 18% on our travel costs.Also, you’ll have access to articles from databases and journals that are otherwise only available with a paid subscription.Check out this You Tube video to figure out how to do it!Don't be afraid to e-mail them about your assignments, lecture questions, or accommodation needs. You won't believe how many times a prof will cancel class 1 hour to 30 minutes before your lecture is about to start.Save yourself some bus tokens and time by having your utoronto email sent to your phone.
Also, the Metro on Bloor and Spadina gives students a 15% discount on groceries every Wednesday and Thursday. It's easy to do and makes researching so much quicker.
They can offer advice, an unbiased opinion, and in some cases help in rearranging your workload.
UTSG, UTSC and UTM all offer free counselling and psychological services on campus.
Rooms can be booked online up to 2 weeks in advance for up to two hours.
Just google your school and "study room booking" to figure out the process- every campus does it differently.