Resources for Graduate Students

New Students

Accounts (Student Cards, Email Addresses, Quercus and More)




Study Spaces

With over 40 library branches, U of T has no shortage of study spaces. We recommend:


Graduate Computer Labs

Our graduate students can:

  • Use the Faculty of Arts & Science’s graduate computer lab, located on the 14th floor of Robarts Library.
  • Use the department’s computer room, located in our office on the third floor of Sidney Smith Hall.

University of Toronto Libraries

The U of T library system is the largest academic library in Canada. It consistently ranks among the world’s best academic libraries.

U of T Libraries offer many resources. A good place to start is the history research guide. In addition, there are many specific area studies centres in the libraries, as well as the resources of the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library.

Other Resources

Professional and Skills Development

Our Resources

Placement Committee

The Graduate Placement Committee is available to current students and graduates of the MA and PhD programs. The committee, made up of History faculty members, offer advice and assistance in the job search process including interview techniques, resume and dossier preparation, letters of application, and mock job talks. Please contact the associate chair, graduate, for more information.

Other Resources


    Health and Wellness

    Social and Community

    Other Resources