COVID-19: UTogether 2020 at A&S

As part of our country’s efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19, all University buildings are currently closed to the general public.

The University remains committed to playing our part in ensuring the health and well-being of our community. We have transitioned the majority of work and academic activities online. A number of measures are in place to maintain essential services to support our students in residence who are unable to return home, as well as to support critical COVID-19 and time-sensitive research.

As this is an evolving situation and the University works toward a gradual and safe re-opening of activities on our three campuses, please refer to the University’s website for the latest COVID-19 updates and FAQs.

Arts & Science Dean Melanie Woodin standing in front of Sidney Smith Building

Messages from the Dean

Read Dean Melanie's messages below about how the Faculty of Arts & Science has adjusted to the COVID-19 pandemic and what undergraduate students can expect as we look ahead to the Fall Session and the start of a new academic year.

Event happening in front of University College with hundreds of students

Campus events

The University has cancelled all in-person events until further notice. Some events are being offered online. If you are planning to attend a U of T event and are unsure about the status, please check with the event organizers.