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Indigenizing spaces on campus: First Nations House Tipi Raising

Posted on August 16, 2021 By Samantha Lizardo Photos by Aaron Mason On August 10, 2021, members from the U of T Indigenous community, the Toronto community and the broader University community came together for the First Nations House Tipi Raising. This tipi raising is a major step toward creating Indigenous spaces at the University […]

August 16, 2021

Earn money while building experience and community

Posted on August 11, 2021 By Kirsty Clarke Apply for Work Study starting August 16. Students who are enrolled for classes in Fall-Winter of 2021-2022 should apply for program positions for the Fall Winter 2021-22 Work Study Program starting August 16. Please check CLNx for eligibility details. The Work Study Program offers paid, on-campus positions […]

August 11, 2021

New academic peer service helps students succeed at U of T

Posted August 6, 2021 By Kirsty Clarke Academic Success now offers peer mentor appointments, with personalized academic support, to all undergraduate and graduate students. Because it’s student peers providing the service, they can relate to where callers are in the learning process—they’ve been there, they know. In a welcoming and nonjudgmental environment, peer mentors can […]

August 6, 2021

Second Year Students—Welcome to campus!

Posted August 6, 2021 By Kirsty Clarke We know that your first-year experience was unusual, so as you get ready to start your second year at U of T we’re here to help. You may have questions about the campus resources available to you, connecting with other students, or other aspects of the in-person university […]

New URent modules to help you find housing

Posted August 3, 2021 By Kirsty Clarke When you’re a student, finding a place to live off campus can be a challenge, especially if you’ve never rented before. Housing is launching a series of eLearning modules to support students looking for a place to live off campus, near UTM, UTSC or UTSG. Each module will […]

August 3, 2021

What’s Next? You can create your own career path, say alumni who have done it

Posted July 7, 2021 By Kirsty Clarke Are you worried about finding meaningful work after you graduate? Or maybe contemplating more education after completing an undergraduate degree? Hoping to find inspiration and a glimpse into a career path that’s yet to be discovered? Alumni Career Chats, developed by the Career Exploration & Education team, create […]

July 7, 2021

Accessibility Year in Review 2019-2020: You called, we answered

Updated July 13, 2021 By Kirsty Clarke Download infographic: Accessibility Services Year in Review 2019 and 2020 (PDF) The Accessibility Services team helps students with temporary or long-term disabilities reach their full potential at U of T, providing services and supports for learning, problem solving and inclusion. Based on a survey administered for 2019-2020, stigma […]

July 5, 2021

By learning Kanien’kéha, U of T grad Andrea Johns launched a journey of self-discovery

This article was originally published on U of T News by Geoffrey Vendeville on June 23, 2021. Reprinted with permission. Andrea Johns heard the Mohawk language, Kanien’kéha, for the first time when she took an introductory class on the subject in her second year at the University of Toronto. Yet, the words somehow felt familiar. The experience […]

June 28, 2021

Indigenous graduates share stories of self-discovery at First Nations House ceremony

This article was originally published by Geoffrey Vendeville on U of T Alumni News on May 28, 2021. With drums, song and air hugs, the University of Toronto’s First Nations House celebrated Indigenous students who are either graduating next month, or who have completed another important milestone in their academic careers. Students and their families cheered and […]

June 7, 2021

New podcast explores spirituality and colonialism

Posted June 1, 2021 By Kirsty Clarke Subaltern Speaks is a new podcast produced by student interns Manvinder Gill and Yasamin Jameh at University of Toronto’s Multi-Faith Centre, exploring the topics of religion and spirituality in the context of (De)colonization. The podcast explores the legacies of colonialism on the religion and spiritualities of colonized peoples. […]

June 1, 2021

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