George Brown College provides academic support at our Peerconnect and Tutoring and Learning Centres (TLC), personal support with free and confidential counselling, and modern athletics facilities. We also provide services to help you find work.
Here's an overview the services and supports available to George Brown students:
George Brown has services to support students with many types of disabilities. A consultant will work with you and talk about how to accommodate your learning needs.
This service provides advice and information regarding human rights, discrimination, harassment, diversity awareness and conflict resolution. If you have a question you can speak with an advisor.
There are Anti-Racism, Equity and Human Right Services offices at Casa Loma, St. James and Waterfront campuses.
George Brown offers full gymnasiums and fitness centres at our St. James and Casa Loma campuses. These facilities are available to full-time George Brown students at no additional cost.
You can also try out for varsity sports, or you can play intramural or extramural sports. We also offer fitness classes.
Do you need help to improve your resume? Do you want to brush up on your interview skills? Don't know where to start in the search for your dream job, or something more short-term?
You can book a consultation with a Career Services advisor or attend a workshop. You can search job listings on GBCareers.
If you need help managing an academic or personal issue, you can speak with a counsellor. Counselling is free and confidential. It's available to all registered George Brown students.
George Brown offers hundreds of financial awards that you can apply for through STU-VIEW.
Financial Assistance offices are located on each campus if you have further questions.
The George Brown College Student Association offers health and dental insurance to all full-time students. The student health and dental plan fee is mandatory and is included in your tuition fees (for full-time students). You do have the option to opt out of the coverage.
This team helps students to find off-campus housing. The office is located at the St. James Campus (200 King St. E.). Staff can assist you with your housing search and provide tips. The college has a partnership with Places4Students and encourages students to view those listings.
George Brown College also has a student residence, The George.
The Indigenous Services and Education team will assist students in navigating resources, provide up-to-date information on college-wide activities, as well as provide other services such as counselling, cultural teachings and workshops.
George Brown College's Library Learning Commons (LLC) provides services to help you with your studies and research. Through the LLC, you can take care of all your printing needs, book study rooms, borrow equipment such as iPads, access captioned media and e-texts, look for research guides and download handouts for paper citations.
Locker rentals are available at the three main campuses to help store your textbooks, supplies, and personal items when on campus.
Office of Student Concerns and Support
Complaints regarding violations of the Code of Student Behaviour and Community Standards can be directed to Carmen Cubillan, Assistant to the Director, Student Affairs, Susan Toews. Complaints regarding safety on campus should be directed to Public Safety and Security.
If you're on campus studying in the evening and you'd like someone to walk with you to your car, bicycle or to a transit stop, you can contact the George Brown Safe Walk team. Safe Walk staff work/walk in pairs.
If you can't find your way around campus, or have a general question, stop by the Welcome Desk at each campus. This team also manages the college's locker rental program.