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Important Information and Notices

Program Enrolment Required

If you are working towards an Arts & Science degree and have completed or expect to complete your fourth full-course equivalent or more by the end of the 2014 summer session, you MUST be enrolled in a subject POSt (program of study) combination appropriate for your degree or you will be prevented from course enrolment for the 2014-2015 fall-winter sessions. Check the Subject POSt enrolment section of the Arts & Science web site for more information.

TCard

The TCard is the official student ID—all Arts & Science students are required to have one. TCards are issued in Room 2054A, Robarts Library, 130 St. George St.

To get your TCard, you must bring one piece of photo ID (e.g., driver's license, passport) and a current university document containing your name and U of T student number.

If you are a returning student and need a replacement TCard, contact your college registrar's office to obtain a request form.

Email

Once you have your Tcard, you must activate your University of Toronto email account. Setting up a U of T email account is mandatory. Once it’s set up, the Office of the Faculty Registrar will send you email messages throughout the session with general news, reminders, updates and instructions.

Space in Classes

It is University policy that the number of students enrolled in a course or meeting section cannot exceed the capacity of the room. In addition courses may have enrolment limits for reasons other than classroom size. Every attempt has been made to ensure that the room assigned to a course will accommodate the number of students expected to enrol; however, as there is limited space to meet demand, some students may not obtain space in every course they want. You are advised to select alternate courses in which to register in event that you are unable to enrol in a course that is filled. If a class is full on the last day to enrol and you are not officially enrolled in the course, you do not have a right to be in the class, and will not be granted late registration.

Use of ROSI

Using ROSI to enrol means you agree to abide by all of the academic and non-academic rules and regulations of the University, Faculty and College in which you are registered, and assume the obligation to pay academic and incidental fees according to the policies and requirements of the University.