The Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine is located in the heart of Toronto, close to the subway, entertainment, shops, exercise facilities, restaurants and sporting events. Our city has the best of all things multicultural, it is diverse and there is always something to do in the areas around OCHM.
Access to the College:
Business Hours: Monday – Thursday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Clinic Hours: Wednesday and Thursday 9:00am – 9:00pm
Academic Classes are held during the week: 6:00pm – 10:00pm
Academic Classes held on weekends: 9:00am – 5:00pm
There are limited parking spaces available on site (please see parking meters for details). It is recommended that street parking be sought during class and clinic times.
OCHM is located at 332 Dupont St. The closest subways station is the Dupont subway station and it is located ½ a block away from the school.
This is a common area that may be used by all students at the school. In this room, one will find a refrigerator, a microwave, kettle, coffee machine and sink. There are also computers (with internet access and homeopathic software) that may be used freely, a notice board and a telephone. All students are responsible for ensuring that the area remains clean and tidy at all times.
OCHM is equipped with free wireless internet for those interested in bringing their laptops to school.
A bulletin board is located in the student lounge for general use to communicate announcements and student news.
A telephone located in the student lounge for general use. The telephone may only be used for local calls as long distance calls must be authorized by a member of the administrative staff.
The photocopy machine is located on the main floor of the college. The charge for each copy is 5¢ and access to the machine is granted through a personal code that is assigned at the beginning of the program to each student. If there are any questions about this personal access code, please see the receptionist.
A tutoring program is available for those students experiencing academic difficulty. High achieving upper year students will provide individual tutoring in a specific subject area. Please contact the Student Affaires office for more details.
The Student Affaires office maintains current practice opportunity listings for graduates of the program. Please contact the office directly to view the listings. The office also offers a resume referral service. OCHM students and alumni may submit a copy of their resume to the office and it will be forwarded to potential employers who have contacted OCHM looking to hire.
OCHM Student Ambassador Program:
This program commences in September. Student Ambassadors will have the opportunity to become involved in a variety of student services such as career and job fairs, information sessions and marketing and networking events. The hours served in this program will contribute to the student’s clinic hours.
The College offers a wide range of books that have been donated and signed by the world’s leading homeopaths. The books range from general interest to invaluable books to help students with their clinical internship. The library also offers research papers on a wide range of topics that have been prepared, presented and researched by senior students of the college and are available to all students. The library continues to grow and it is a major project for our fundraisers.
OCHM’s students are represented by the college’s Student Council. The council protects the interests and concerns of all the students and is elected every June by the student body. There are a variety of roles that can be filled each year and can be taken on by any student with good standing at OCHM. The President of the Student Council will report to the Director of Student Affaires any situation that he/she cannot resolve in the position of president.