My First Six Weeks is a workshop series designed to help you smoothly transition to life as a U of T student.

The program features six weekly workshops that will help you develop your academic skills, learn about helpful campus resources, explore exciting involvement opportunities and gain new insights about yourself.

Throughout the program, you will have a peer mentor to guide you, a Facebook group to connect through and fun activities where you can make some friends.


Overview What is My First Six Weeks?
Eligibility A helpful transition program for new undergraduate students
Schedule A snapshot of what’s happening each week
Registration Register for My First Six Weeks now!
Starting Point Learn more about Starting Point
Contact Us If you’d like more information, contact Samantha Hartlen at


My First Six Weeks consists of six workshops, each with a different theme and an outing around campus. If you attend at least five weekly workshops, your participation in My First Six Weeks will be recorded on your Co-Curricular Record.

In addition to the weekly workshops, My First Six Weeks will keep you connected through an exclusive Facebook group and weekly outings so that you can spend some social time with your mentor and new friends.


My First Six Weeks is open to all new undergraduate students on the St. George campus. Please be sure to check your class schedule before registering for My First Six Weeks. Once you register for a specific time slot, you will be expected to attend a workshop every week at the time you have selected.


There are 4 times available for My First Six Weeks. You are encouraged to pick the day/time that works best for you and attend that time each week.

The program starts September 9 and runs through October 19, 2019.

Tuesdays: 5 – 6:30 p.m.
Wednesdays: 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Thursdays: 3:30 – 5 p.m.
Fridays: 2 – 3:30 p.m.

Locations to be announced shortly.


Registration is now available. You will need to use your UTORid and password to log in to CLNx and complete your registration.

Starting Point

If none of the time slots for My Six First Weeks work for you, or you are seeking a less-structured transition program that you can complete at your own pace, then you may be interested in Starting Point.

Starting Point provides you with a weekly email, from which you choose the eight workshops and the involvement activity that fit your interests and your schedule. It is a great way to start exploring your campus, realizing new passions, and discovering exciting ways to get involved in your community at U of T.

By registering for My First Six Weeks, you are automatically enrolled in Starting Point.

Learn more about Starting Point.

Contact Us

If you’d like more information, contact Samantha Hartlen at