UTogether at A&S

Latest information for A&S students, faculty and staff

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Across the University everyone is working hard to ensure safety measures, resources and services are in place to support students, staff and faculty throughout a successful academic year. The University remains committed to playing our part in ensuring the health and well-being of our community and to limit the spread of COVID-19. For more information about the University's COVID response and resources, please refer to the University’s website for the latest COVID-19 updates and FAQs.

Fall 2021 at U of T:

Given the importance of in-person learning to the student experience, the Faculty of Arts & Science is planning for most Arts & Science courses to take place in person this fall. However, as always, our planning will continue to be informed by Public Health guidance. Read the latest update from Dean Melanie Woodin. For the most up-to-date information, please check the Instructor FAQs and the Undergraduate Student FAQs.

How U of T is preparing for a safe return to campus

Summer 2021 Session:

All A&S courses and their components will be offered remotely in the Summer 2021 Session, with the exception of courses approved by the Dean’s Office for in-person delivery. The limited number of A&S courses approved for in-person during the summer session are only those courses where the learning objectives cannot be achieved virtually and that meet the limitations outlined by Public Health and the Government of Ontario. These courses will be carefully managed according to public health guidelines for essential instruction to prioritize and maximize student and faculty safety. These too are subject to changes according to public health guidelines. Please continue to check this page and review the Undergraduate Student FAQs, and the Information for Instructors, for the most up-to-date information.

Remember UCheck:

If you are planning to visit campus, complete a self-assessment the day you will be on campus using UCheck, U of T’s self-assessment portal, to determine your COVID-19 risk status based on the latest public health guidelines.

Complete Your Self-Assessment on UCheck

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Messages from the Dean

Dean Woodin provides an update on the continued momentum around Fall 2021 plans for in-person learning. (July 28, 2021). 

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University of Toronto Community Updates

Visit UTogether2020 for University of Toronto COVID-19 updates, information and resources for the U of T community.

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Support Services and Resources

We know 2020-2021 is going to be a different kind of academic year. We will get through it together. From academic advising and study groups for students, to pedagogical advice and online resources and training sessions for faculty, these supports will help make this year a success.

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Campus events

Many University events have converted to a virtual format. If you are interested to attend a U of T event and are unsure about the status, please check with the event organizers.