The Innis College Office of Student Life (Innis OSL) is located at 111 Saint George Street on the first floor of Innis Residence, and is available to all students, commuters and residents. The office houses the Office of the Dean of Students, and is the local hub for Student Life and Residence Life programming and supports.
The goal of the Innis OSL is to holistically enrich the lives of Innis students at the University of Toronto. Through experiential workshops and programming students have access to opportunities to become globally aware and educated citizens (eg. Innis Cultural Connections Program), experience mentorship programs from 1st year through to graduation (Innis InSight and Innis College Alumni Mentorship Program), and become highly engaged student leaders.
Our offices partner with the Innis Registrar and on-campus departments to provide locally available services to Innis students including the services of Learning Strategists, Accessibility Advisors, Career Peers & Advisors, International Experience Advisors, and access to an on-location counselor from Health and Wellness.
The Innis OSL is open to all Innis students, and includes access to our Student Dons for after-hours concerns, available to both residents and commuters through the front desk of the Residence. Full time staff take part in an on-call roster 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for urgent concerns and emergencies.
Dean of Students & Residence
As Dean of Students, Steve is broadly responsible for fostering a safe, supportive, and inclusive campus environment that is conducive to students’ intellectual pursuits and academic success. He oversees programs and services designed to enhance the co-curricular experience and directs all aspects of the residence operation. Working alongside efforts of the College’s student societies and course unions, Steve serves on numerous University-wide committees engaged in the review, development, and implementation of programs, policies, and initiatives related to the student experience on campus.