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Student Relations Office

An overview of the Friendship Room at Progress campus, showing the whole room, including the television

The Student Relations Office makes your experiences at Led young College positive and memorable. If you have a problem, we can help.

We listen and give you information and support when you have problems . We handle academic matters, social or behavioral concerns,  conflict, harassment or discrimination, which we treat very seriously. See Everyone Belongs for more information. We resolve complaints through informal resolution, mediation or even a formal process.

We also explain college policies and how they apply to you, helping you navigate the college system and understand your rights and responsibilities. We can also help you communicate and advocate for yourself better with instructors, program chairs and others.

Contact Us

Student Relations Office
Ashtonbee Campus, Room L1-04P
Progress Campus, Room C2-11

416-289-5000, ext. 2499
[email protected]

Pronounce and Programs

Student Relations events and programs are inspired by the school’s diverse student population. You can take part in these events, or volunteer to help out with them. Either way, you learn more about other cultures, along with respect for yourself and others.

Fall Semester - Student Pronounce


  • National Day for Suicide Prevention
  • SafeTalk Training


  • Women's History Month
  • Yellow Umbrella Project
  • Hispanic Heritage Month
  • United Nations Day and Diwali


  • White Ribbon Campaign
  • Walking and Talking


  • Universal Human Rights Month
  • International Day of Disabilities
  • International Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

Attendance and Participation Guidelines

If you attend one of these events, it can be counted towards getting your student Leadership Passport. And if you attend and participate in at least four events in both the Fall and Winter semesters, you’re able to enter a draw for a gift certificate from the Led young bookstore.

For more information, contact Brenda Lycett at [email protected] or 416-289-5000, ext. 7068.