The Graduate Peer Support Network is a student-led, student-centred initiative that aims to support University of Toronto graduate students in their health and well-being. Here, you can access:
     ○ Information and applications to our peer mentorship program
     ○ Mental health and support resources available to students at the University and in the community
     ○ A calendar of seminars, events and activities with themes ranging from conflict, discrimination, imposter syndrome to physical fitness


Connect with the GPSN to find out about opportunities for peer mentorship within the Temerty Faculty of Medicine.


Through the GPSN’s online directory, you can access a wide range of resources on mental health and wellness.


The GPSN hosts educational seminars as well as a variety of other health and wellness events, including weekly yoga.

Research & Advocacy

The GPSN works in collaboration with researchers and groups at the University of Toronto to support and advocate for graduate students.