The Rehabilitation Sciences building is located at 500 University Avenue. The nearest intersection is University and Dundas. The nearest subway station is St. Patrick Subway.
Department of Speech-Language Pathology
Rehabilitation Sciences Building
Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
160-500 University Avenue
Toronto, ON M5G 1V7
When emailing staff, please send your query to one individual only. If the email should be directed to another individual within our department, we will forward it on your behalf.
Position: Departmental Secretary & Secretary to Chair
Phone: (416) 946-5456
Office: 10th floor reception
Contact Antonietta if: you have a general inquiry about the department.
Student Affairs Assistant
Position: Student Affairs Assistant
Phone: (416) 978-1794
Office: Room 1064
Contact this individual if: you have already reviewed the admissions area of the website and still have questions about admission in to the program.
Kristina L. Smith
Position: Administrative Assistant to Clinical Education
Phone: (416) 978 -6882
Office: Room 1052
Contact Kristina if: you are an MHSc student already in the program, a Site Coordinator or a Clinical Educator and you have questions regarding placement administration or if you are a U of T SLP grad and have inquiries about clinical hours being sent to a certifying agency or you have inquiries about our website or newsletter.
Position: Administrative Manager
Phone: (416) 978-4989
Office: Room 1056
Contact Mark if: you have inquiries related to inter-departmental business matters.
U of T Accessibility Services
Phone: (416) 978-8060 / TDD: (416) 978-1902
Snow Line: (416) 978-7669 (978-SNOW)
Inquiries about Making a Gift or Donation
If you are interested in making a donation or gift to the department of speech-language pathology please contact Katherine Rock at (416) 946-7785
Inquiries about in House Clinic
Please note the University of Toronto does NOT have an in house clinic offering Speech-Language Pathology services.
Inquiries about Hiring SLP students
Inquiry’s about hiring students should go to the University of Toronto Career Centre.