All Centre programs and events are free and held at The Centre, unless otherwise noted.
Our programs include:
Come relax, study and socialize in our comfy lounge with couches, kitchen, dining table, computers and Wi-Fi.
The Peer Support Program is designed to offer students and community members with individual support from Centre staff and short-term group support from peers who are addressing similar, self-identified lived experiences. Centre staff are available for free, confidential, limited support including active listening, advocacy and referrals for a variety of concerns. Our group and individual support is based on principles of feminism, anti-oppression, and brief solution-focused models.
An unsupervised area with books, toys, and art supplies where you and your child can relax and play on campus.
A safe, private, cozy corner to breast/chest/bottle feed your child on campus. It has curtains that you can draw for privacy if you wish, two comfortable chairs to sit on, and useful parenting resources. The Centre also has full kitchen including fridge, stove and microwave for your use.
The Centre has food available for those who may need it (in partnership with the UTSU Food Bank). No registration or asking necessary – just come by and take what you’d like from our Community Cupboard. The Centre also has a fridge, stove and microwave for heating or cooking meals.
The Centre hosts free community cooking sessions of nutritional lunches throughout the school year. Join us from noon to 3pm every Thursday! No cooking experience or skills necessary.
Free condoms, dams, lube, resources and referrals.
New volunteers attend free workshops on anti-oppression, trans inclusion, active listening, and more and then create new or help with existing programming and initiatives.
The library is jointly run by The Centre for Women & Trans people at UofT and OPIRG-Toronto . Come check out our unique collection of books, zines, films, periodicals, and resources on a variety of social justice issues.
We hold special events throughout the year including film screenings, discussion nights, arts and skills building workshops, and more.