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Student Life Resources

Center for international studies and programs (cisp)

Location: Snyder Memorial 1000
Phone: (419) 530-5268

CISP supports internationalization by creating links among students, scholars, faculty, staff, and the community that foster cross-cultural understanding and appreciation. The Center encourages global citizenship through innovative education, student and scholar exchanges, and cultural programs.

Commuter student serviceS (OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING)

Location: Student Union 3504
Phone: (419) 530-8521

Commuter Student Services (CSS) seeks to help UToledo commuter students become active in campus life leading to a truly enriching and rewarding college experience. This office provides off-campus housing options, safety and other tips on being a good resident and neighbor.

  • Commuter Lounge: located in the Student Union, Room 2505, offers a place to become a part of the UToledo community as well as get some homework done before, between, or after classes.

Counseling center

Location: Medical Center - Main Campus
Phone: (419) 530-2426

The University Counseling Center is the primary university-based mental health service for University of Toledo students, and it is designed to help you deal with any emotional or personal problems you may encounter. The Counseling Center staff provides counseling (individual and group), mental health and wellness programming, and crisis intervention services to help students cope with the demands of college and to facilitate the development of life adjustment strategies.

Dean of Students

Location: Student Union 2509
Phone: (419) 530-8852

The mission of the Office of Dean of Students is to ensure that students accomplish their educational and personal goals within the context of the broader academic purpose of the University. The Office of Dean of Students promotes the development of, and enhances the educational experience for, students through intentionally designed co-curricular opportunities and through institutional policy development on students' behalf.

  • Rocket Fuel: Food Recovery Program is here to help address food insecurity and food waste, with impacts both on-and off-campus in the Toledo community. You can sign up to receive texts when we have leftover food or events happening on campus. To get text alerts every time food is available, please sign up through the InvoNet website.

division of student affairs

Location: University Hall 3630
Phone: (419) 530-2665

The Division of Student Affairs will offer a comprehensive educational student life program that engages students in holistic learning opportunities, promotes inclusive excellence, and prepares change agents to be globalized citizens within their personal and professional endeavors.

  • UT Crisis Guide: information guide to aid faculty and staff as they assist students experiencing distress, or address students who may be disruptive.

Eberly Center for Women

Location: Tucker Hall 0168
Phone: (419) 530-8570

The Catharine S. Eberly Center for Women (ECW) promotes the advancement of women at the University of Toledo and in the community by creating an environment that supports learning, discovery, engagement and enables women to achieve their highest potential. ECW offers programing for adults of all skill levels, with classes primarily focused on personal and professional development.


Location: Rocket Hall 1350
Phone: (419) 530-1392

The UToledo Military Service Center recognizes the sacrifices of our service members and their families and is dedicated to helping them achieve continued success. This is accomplished by providing accessible education, degree completion opportunities, and customized support services.

Office of International Student and Scholar Services (OISSS)

Location: Snyder Memorial 1000
Phone:  (419) 530-4229

The Office of International Student and Scholar Services (OISSS) provides assistance and services to international students at The University of Toledo, helping students transition to life at UToledo and in the United States. OISSS serves as a resource for orientation, visa requirements, on-campus and off-campus housing, banking, and international student health insurance.

  • Tax Information: information about filing requirements and other tax filing basics.

Office of Multicultural Student Success (OMSS)

Location: Student Union 2500
Phone: (419) 530-2261

The Office of Multicultural Student Success fosters an inclusive learning environment that promotes academic success, retention and graduation.  Through its collaboration efforts, initiatives, and training, OMSS critically engages students in order to create a campus culture in which all persons, organizations, and groups can learn and develop to achieve their greatest potential.


Location: Transportation Center 1302
Phone: (419) 530-2222

The University of Toledo Office of Public Safety is dedicated to providing excellence in service while promoting a safe university environment.

  • Rave Guardian Safety App:  personal safety app for iPhone and Android devices. The app is offered free to UToledo students, faculty and staff with a email address.  Some of its features include: quick-call capability to UTPD/911, text messaging to UTPD, on- and off-campus resources directory, links to safety procedures and more.

  • University Police: a professional police agency dedicated to providing excellence in service and safety while promoting a rich educational experience.  Call 911 for on-campus emergencies (e.g. medical emergencies or crimes in progress). For Non-Emergency: (419) 530-2601.
  • UT ALERT is an emergency notification system that lets users receive e-mails or texts about on-campus alerts, including inclement weather, power outages, etc. Learn more about UT Alert.  Notificationswill now be displayed as a pop-up message on devices connected to UToledo’s network and on new Cisco phone screens. 

Office of Student Advocacy and Support

Location: Student Union 2521
Phone: (419) 530-2471

The Office of Student Advocacy and Support acts as a hub where student issues may be raised, considered, and/or resolved.  The office ensures prompt attention to concerns, enhancing service to students with the hope of alleviating unnecessary pressures they face in the achievement of their academic goals.

  • Student Food Pantry: created to provide a sustainable resource for students, which can temporarily help meet their food needs while studying at the University of Toledo. Conveniently located in located in the Student Union, Room 2504, the Student Food Pantry is open Mon-Fri, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. For more information call (419) 530-2171 or email

Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards

Location: Student Union 2514
Phone: (419) 530-1258

The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards (OSCCS) is dedicated to educating the University Community about appropriate community behavior, and fostering a safe community where academic and personal success can occur, engage students in responsible and ethical decision-making.

  • Student Code of Conductarticulates the University's expectations of behavior for students, student groups, and student organizations and the potential outcomes to be imposed for inappropriate conduct.

Office of Student Engagement (OSE)

Location: Student Union 1532
Phone: (419) 530-4944

The Office of Student Engagement seeks to build community and is committed to providing students with opportunities for involvement that will enhance and complement their UToledo experience. For more information about the student organizations that exist on campus, as well as the different events that happen throughout the semester, you can access the Involvement Network (InvoNet) website.

Parking and Transportation Services

Phone: (419) 530-4100

Parking and Transportation Services provide students, employees, affiliates and visitors the ability to obtain parking permits and accessible spaces. The University of Toledo selected Groome Transportation as its shuttle service operator to enhance convenience and safety for students, faculty and staff. For more information visit the bus services website.

Residence Life (On-Campus Housing)

Location: Ottawa House West
Phone: (419) 530-2941

The Office of Residence Life deals mainly with UToledo's residence halls. They can give you information about your residence contract, your meal plan, and any leadership or employment opportunities. The Office of Residence Life promotes student growth and opportunities through safe, supportive, inclusive, and academically-focused environments in premier housing communities led by caring and engaging staff.

Office of Accessibility and Disability Resources

Location: Rocket Hall 1820
Phone: (419) 530-4981

The Office of Accessibility and Disability Resources is committed to removing barriers for students with disabilities at The University of Toledo by ensuring that appropriate accommodations are provided. The Office of Accessibility and Disability Resources works directly in partnership with students, instructors, administrators, and staff to coordinate and provide accommodations for students with disabilities.

Student Health

Phone:  (419) 530-3451

The University Health Center is conveniently located on the southwest side of Campus between the Law School and Rocket Hall, and across from Academic House and International House. When you are in need of quality health care that is convenient and affordable, the University Health Center professionals are here to meet your medical needs. The University Health Center highly trained and experienced staff offers a variety of services to students, faculty, and staff at the University of Toledo.


Location: Student Union 3504
Phone: (419) 530-7230

Student Legal Services is a general practice law firm situated on Main Campus that provides licensed attorneys to UToledo students to advise and/or represent them in their personal legal matters.

Student Union

Location: Student Union 2525
Phone: (419) 530-2931

The Lancelot Thompson Student Union is the heart of campus activity. A comfortable facility that meets your recreational, relaxation, dinning, programming and meeting needs.

Student Recreation Center

Phone: (419) 530-3700

UToledo Recreational Services strives to enhance the human condition by providing engaging recreational and wellness programs and services that enrich student learning as well as The University of Toledo community.

Title IX Office

Location: Snyder Memorial 1120 
Phone: (419) 530-4191

The Title IX office ensures that the University of Toledo remains compliant with federal regulation that protect everyone from sexual misconduct and discrimination regardless of gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression, creating a safe and secure environment for everyone.

  • Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention: these educational programs are intended to address the role that everyone can take in creating a violence-free UToledo, ensuring that students, faculty, and staff are provided proper resources to engage in services with collaborative partners including crisis intervention, medical services, mental health counseling, legal services, and academic accommodations.

  • UT Guide to Sexual Misconduct Prevention, Resources, and Response: guide of confidential resources available to faculty, staff and students, unless otherwise noted.
Last Updated: 5/21/24