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Multi-Faith Centre launches Calendar of Significant Dates

Posted August 17, 2022 By Sarah Ryeland-Etienne The University of Toronto has a new calendar, thanks to the Multi-Faith Centre. The Calendar of Significant Dates is a valuable resource for staff, students and faculty. It’s a way to learn about and acknowledge significant religious, spiritual and cultural events that happen around the world – and […]

August 17, 2022

We’re moving!

Posted August 16, 2022 By Kirsty Clarke Student Life offices relocating during Koffler Student Services Centre renovation Beginning in September, 2022, there will be big changes coming to the Koffler Student Services Centre. A major renovation to improve and update the Health & Wellness Centre (following the recommendations of the Student Mental Health Task Force […]

August 16, 2022

ASKme Anything, U of T!

Posted August 15, 2022 By Sarah Ryeland-Etienne The ASKme program is back, welcoming students to the St. George campus and answering their questions about U of T. With the number of students coming to campus for the first time being so much higher than usual, ASKme will have more impact than ever before. From August […]

August 15, 2022

Getting here, getting involved—and more stories from international students just like you!

Posted August 15, 2022 By Kirsty Clarke If you’re new to university life in Canada, check out “International Students: Stories and Strategies for Academic Success in Postsecondary Education,” a rich new e-book featuring tips and insights for international students. Accessibly written and brimming with warmth, humour and personal stories, this e-book is a resource for […]

Work Study is back for September 2022

Posted July 13, 2022 By Sarah Ryeland-Etienne The Work Study program is excited to be offering in-person and remote opportunities for the fall semester. Now students can earn while they learn right on campus, gaining valuable skills and making lasting career connections. Discover the many benefits to participating in the Work Study program. Exploring career […]

July 13, 2022

New TCard website and photo & documentation tools simplify the process for students

Posted May 17, 2022 By Kirsty Clarke If you need a UTORid/TCard for this fall, TCard Services has launched a new website that simplifies the process and new tools that allow students to check what documentation they need and upload the documents along with their photo directly. The new site,, boasts clear action-oriented navigation, […]

May 17, 2022

The benefits of mentorship

Posted on May 17, 2022 By Samantha Lizardo Having a good support network can help you develop your strengths and set and achieve goals. Mentorship can be a great way to gain that kind of support. Mentorship is a mutual relationship based on the guidance of a mentor and the development of a mentee. A […]

Parents & Supporters website provides great resources to help students new to U of T

Posted May 2, 2022 By Kirsty Clarke Student Life has developed a new website for parents, guardians and anyone supporting new undergraduate students at the U of T St. George Campus, It’s packed with resources, and is intended to answer questions people have about their student’s experience, and how to best help their student […]

May 2, 2022

Students find community online and IRL in Night Against Procrastination hybrid event

Posted on April 29, 2022 By Kirsty Clarke On March 31, Academic Success hosted a successful Night Against Procrastination for the second time. This was the first one at U of T to combine virtual and in-person events (last Fall the event was entirely online), and students participated with enthusiasm. Events included skill-building workshops, focusing […]

April 29, 2022

Navi mental health wayfinder wins CACUSS Innovation Award exemplifying excellence

Posted on April 29, 2022 By Kirsty Clarke Navi, U of T’s student mental health wayfinding virtual assistant (chatbot) is the winner of this year’s Canadian Association of College and University Services (CACUSS) Innovation Award. Navi uses IBM’s Watson Assistant, a virtual assistant using natural language processing to understand questions and provide relevant answers. A […]