December Exam Schedule
The December exam timetable has just been posted! If you have an exam time conflict (i.e., two exams at the same time, or three in three consecutive time slots; for example: afternoon, evening, next morning), don't worry - the Faculty Registrar's Office can help. Just drop by our office in room 1006, Sidney Smith Hall, and fill out a form - we'll resolve the conflict. More information
June 2010 Graduation
Planning to graduate in June 2010? You must confirm your intention to graduate on ROSI by December 6, 2009. We encourage you to check your degree requirements on Degree Navigator and if you have any questions, check with your college registrar's office. For questions about program requirements, check with the relevant department or college offering the program. You can access Degree Navigator via the ROSI web site at www.rosi.utoronto.ca.
Last Date to Cancel F Courses
The last day to cancel F section code courses without academic penalty is November 3 (for refund dates, see www.fees.utoronto.ca).
To compensate for the Thanksgiving Monday holiday, and to ensure an equal number of teaching days in each session, on Wednesday, November 11, 2009, courses with a class meeting on Mondays will meet at the usual hour on that Wednesday, as though it were Monday; normal Wednesday classes will not be held. More information
Dean's Student Initiatives Fund
The Dean’s Student Initiative Fund has been established to provide financial support for student initiatives that aspire to create dialogue and foster a greater sense of community through special events, lectures, or other forms of community engagement. This competition is open to undergraduate or graduate Faculty of Arts & Science students or student groups. There are two competitions per year – the deadline for the first competition is November 3, 2009 at 5:00 p.m. Find out more
Dean’s Student Leadership Award
The Dean's Student Leadership Award recognizes an Arts & Science student who has played a significant leadership role in his or her extracurricular activities and in so doing has had a demonstrable impact on improving the quality of student experience at the University of Toronto. This award is open to any undergraduate or graduate student who is currently enrolled in a degree program in the Faculty of Arts & Science. The application deadline is December 15, 2009, at 5:00 p.m. Learn more
Trinity College student named one of Glamour magazine's top 10 college women
Jasmeet Sidhu, a fourth-year Trinity College peace and conflict studies student who is also a Canadian journalist and social and international activist, can now count member of Glamour magazine's top 10 college women among her list of accomplishments. Find out more
Get ready for Toronto's book buying event of the year! Thousands of books covering every subject imaginable will be available at very low prices at the annual University of Toronto Book Sales.
University College Book Sale
Trinity College Book Sale
St. Michael's College Book Sale
Break the Silence Congo Week
Break the Silence Congo Week is a global initiative led by students and community organizers around the world to raise awareness about the humanitarian crisis in the Congo. Check it out
Women and the MBA
Female undergrads from all academic backgrounds are invited to learn about the flexible career paths that the MBA can provide. Thursday, October 22, 6.30 to 7.30 p.m. at the Rotman School of Management (105 St. George Street). For more information, email email@example.com
Lecture in Sociology looks at the stigma of mental illness
On October 28, Bernice Pescosolido will give the 2009 S.D. Clark Memorial Lecture in Sociology at the University of Toronto on the subject "The Stigma of Mental Illness: Data and Directions from a Decade of Research and Theory". More information
Volunteering is a great way to gain valuable experience and give back to your community. Visit the Volunteer Fair at the Career Centre on Thursday, November 5th, from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. to learn about volunteer opportunities available. More Information
Explore U of T: Passport
The Explore U of T: Passport Program allows you to explore your campus and helps connect you with the resources and services available at U of T. It’s an easy way to see the sights, get involved, and broaden your experience. Find out more
For detailed listings of events and opportunities for students, be sure to check out Ulife at www.ulife.utoronto.ca. What are you doing after class?
Bring Your Family to School Day
Registration and event details are now online. Friday, November 6 is your chance to give the special people in your life a glimpse of student life. Invite your parents, guardians, siblings, or your own children to attend a lecture by one of U of T’s leading researchers, tour the nooks and crannies of campus and enjoy lunch together. Spaces are limited and are filled on a first-come first-served basis. Read more
Chemistry tutoring for CHM138/139/247 is being offered through the Victoria College Chemistry tutors program for first year life science students. Tutoring is open to all chemistry students in the Faculty of Arts & Science and held at the Lash Miller Chemistry Lounge (LM204). The fall schedule runs from October 5-December 4. Find out more
Written communication is important in every discipline, so U of T offers free individual tutoring and group sessions to help undergraduate Arts and Science students improve your writing skills . Find out more
UHIP Card Pick-up
International students are reminded to pick-up their University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) cards at the International Student Centre. Your UHIP card is required to receive any medical attention in Ontario while you are a student here. If you have already picked-up your UHIP card, please remind other international students to pick up theirs. More information