Admissions Update Regarding COVID-19: We understand this is a stressful time for students preparing for post-secondary studies this fall. School closures and exam delays are affecting both high school and post-secondary students around the world, and there is uncertainty about the extent of disruption we will all face before normal activities can resume.
The Faculty of Arts & Science hosts a variety of events for applicants and new students throughout the year. Event details will be added on an ongoing basis. Here are your current opportunities to connect with us.
Events for Admitted Students
To help you plan your studies, the Faculty of Arts & Science have put together a variety of webinars. You will have the opportunity to learn more about our programs of study and services available to you during, and after, your first year.
Keep in mind, at U of T most students admitted to the Faculty of Arts & Science are not enrolled in a program of study until their second year, however, it is never too early to start planning and thinking about your options.
The webinars listed below are by invitation only and the registration link will be included in a forthcoming email. Be sure to read through your emails carefully!
|Computer Science||July 2||8:30AM|
|Digital Humanities & Mediaeval Digital Studies||July 8||4PM|
|Geography & Planning||July 15||8:30AM|
|Your Student Life||July 29||4PM|
|Alumni Panel||August 5||4PM|
|Career Centre||August 12||8:30AM|
Quercus Course Planning Modules
You can find help planning for first year on Quercus, U of T’s online learning platform. There are resources and videos to help you prepare for course selection. You can also join live course enrolment advising webinars and Q&A sessions hosted by academic advisors at your college. Log on to Quercus with your JOINid and password to learn more.
Events for Prospective Arts & Science Students
Ontario Universities Fair — 2020 Cancelled
Canada’s largest educational fair. More than 20 Ontario universities gather for three days, all in one building, allowing you to explore which university is the right fit for you.
Fall Campus Day — 2020 October (TBD)
The entire University of Toronto community welcomes prospective students and family members to explore academic offerings, find out about unique opportunities, see our student life in action and learn why the University of Toronto is regarded as the premier university in Canada and among the leading institutions in the world. Information sessions are offered throughout the day and most run for approximately 30 minutes.
University of Toronto Tours
Learn about our academic programs, facilities, campus life, and studying at U of T. Tours are held on campus, across Canada, abroad and online.
Please Note: Campus tours will be on hold until July 31. We encourage visitors to consult the U of T’s community FAQ for regular updates, as well as the provincial Ministry of Health and Public Health Ontario for relevant regional advisories.