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A&S January 2018 E-News: GPAs Posted to ACORN

Arts & Science Monthly E-News: Your source for important academic updates and deadlines.

What’s Coming Up?


As you start the term, here are a few deadlines to keep in mind: 

  • Mid-January: Grade point averages (GPAs) for fall will be posted on your academic record in ACORN.
  • January 14: Waiting lists for S courses turned off at the end of the day.
  • January 17: The last day to add S courses. After this date, your final tuition assessment for the year will be determined as either program fee or per-course fees.
  • January 31: The last day to request June 2018 graduation.


Academic questions? If you have questions about your academic progress, or want to discuss your plans or need course advice, visit your College Registrar’s Office. They are here to help!

Events & Opportunities

Every month we will bring you information about new experiences and ways to grow your potential.

January 12: Undergraduate students in the Life Sciences must register by this date to take part in the GLSE Winter Graduate Shadowing Program taking place from February 19-23.

January 14: Deadline to apply for International Exchange Programs. Spend a semester, a year or a summer in a different country taking courses or doing research.

January 16: The first English Language Learning Communications Café of 2018 is scheduled for January 16. Open to all Arts & Science students, no registration is required.

January 19 & 20: Featuring keynote speaker, broadcaster Jesse Wente, the Next Steps Conference includes personal and professional development seminars and networking opportunities. Register today!

January 27: Featuring keynote speaker Gloria Roheim McRae, a first-generation U of T alumna and author, Trailblazers: The Journey to Graduation and Beyond conference is tailored to first-generation students (first in your family to pursue post-secondary education).

February 1: The deadline to apply for Summer Abroad Programs. Complete a U of T course in three to six weeks overseas! Site-specific information sessions will be held in January.

February 2: Applications are due for the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarship (QES), which provides candidates $7000 towards a 90-day internship at an organization in a commonwealth country that focuses on social impact, literacy, scientific research, education or Indigenous advocacy.

February 3: Fresh Start Conference. Build resiliency skills and learn how to bounce back from academic stumbles!

February 4: Interested in travel, new experiences, research, working in the field with faculty? If yes, apply for the 398H/Y Research Excursions Program before February 4.

February 15: The Department of Medical Biophysics is currently accepting applications for the 2018 Summer Student Program.


This monthly bulletin is your source for important academic dates, deadlines and updates from the Office of the Faculty Registrar, Arts & Science. You can contact us with your questions, comments or feedback, via:

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