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Health & Wellness

Overall well-being, including mental, emotional and physical health, is a significant part of what makes students academically successful. Trinity College is committed to addressing students’ health & wellness needs by providing a variety of services, programs and supports to students.  Current services, programs and supports include:

  • Mental Health: stress management, resilience building, anxiety prevention, suicide intervention, and crisis support
  • Sexual Violence: education, prevention, and support
  • Food: health and nutrition
  • Community Building: student empowerment, mentorship, equity, diversity and inclusion,


Ramata Tarawally, is Trinity’s Associate Director, Community Wellness in the Office of the Dean of Students. Ramata supports Trinity College students with their health and wellness needs, including working one-on-one with students. Students are able to book virtual or phone appointments with Ramata. If you need a same day appointment, reach out to Ramata by email and let her know.

Contact Ramata Tarawally

Office: Student Services Centre (6 Hoskin Ave., main hallway)
Email: rtarawally@trinity.utoronto.ca
Tel: 416-946-4044

Ramata is currently offering virtual and phone appointments. Students can reach out to Ramata by phone or email to book an appointment.



The Abbott Room is Trinity College’s student-focused wellness space. Curated by the Student Life and Wellness Programming Assistants, the Abbott Room hosts programs and activities for students. To learn more about weekly wellness programming check out the Wellness Events page or drop by to socialize and relax.


In addition to services provided by the University of Toronto, Trinity offers local resources to support student mental health and well-being. Learn more on the Mental Health Resources page.


Trinity College is committed to providing a safe, welcoming and healthy campus community. Visit our Sexual Violence Resource page to learn about applicable policies, resources and supports.


Mental Health Peer Advisors are upper-year Trinity College students who provide guidance and support to their peers throughout the academic year. They are responsible for helping to serve as a bridge between the student body and mental health services and supports in the College and University of Toronto community.

Questions or comments should be directed to:

Office of the Dean of Students