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New & Noteworthy
Arts & Science Internship Program (ASIP)
Launched in Fall 2021, the new Arts & Science Internship Program (ASIP) is available for eligible students entering their second year of study. ASIP combines 12-20 months of paid work experience with professional development training.
Certificate in Business Fundamentals
Students can gain basic business knowledge and management skills that they can leverage in their future careers by completing a certificate in business fundamentals. This certificate is an option for all non-Rotman Commerce Arts & Science students and is composed of four management courses (2.0 credits total) that can be taken as elective courses. Learn more about certificate programs in the Arts & Science Academic Calendar.
Continued from Fall 2022 ─ U.S.-Patterned High School Applicants: Test optional assessment has been adopted for students applying for Fall 2023 admission. For more information visit the U.S.-Patterned Education Admission Requirements page.
New for Fall 2022 and later ─ U.S.-Patterned High School Applicants: Pre-Calculus will not meet the Math requirement for admission to Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Life Sciences, Computer Science or Rotman Commerce admission categories. AP Statistics does not provide the appropriate preparation. For more information visit the U.S.-Patterned Education Admission Requirements page.
Admissions average calculations will be made based on Grade 11 finals and any available Grade 12 finals/midterms (in progress), with emphasis on courses specific to the program to which students have applied to. If a student presents a course at both the Grade 11 level and the Grade 12 level, emphasis is placed upon the mark obtained in the more senior-level course. The University of Toronto reserves the right to consider repeated courses, grades in specific subjects and other aspects of the student’s academic record.
All applicants, including those who must present proof of English facility, will be required to present a senior level English course (where an equivalent to Ontario ENG4U/EAE4U is available) for admission to all undergraduate programs, and the English grade will be included in the applicant’s calculated average.
The deadlines below apply to both 101 Ontario high school students and 105 Canadian or international students outside of Ontario. All students are strongly encouraged to meet the early deadlines.
|OUAC application deadline||November 7 (for 105 students)||January 12|
|Supporting document deadline||December 15||February 1|
|Supplemental applications for Computer Science, Rotman Commerce, Trinity College and Victoria College||December 15||February 1|
|Supplemental applications for some First-Year Foundations Ones Programs||N/A||
Munk One and SMC One:
Vic One: April 30
Early consideration for students outside of Ontario:
- November 7 is the recommended early deadline to apply through OUAC 105 of the U of T International Application for early consideration
- December 15 is the recommended early deadline to submit supporting documents such as transcripts, English Language Test results or any other required documents, including required supplemental applications to Computer Science, Rotman Commerce, Trinity College and Victoria College for early consideration
Recommended Minimum Admission Averages and Prerequisite Grades
|Admission Category||Required High School Courses||Anticipated Admission Range||Recommended Range for Required High School Courses||Supplemental Application|
|Computer Science||English, Calculus||low 90s||English – high 80s
Calculus – low 90s
|Humanities||English||low to mid 80s||English – low to mid 80s|
|Life Sciences||English, Calculus||mid to high 80s||English – mid to high 80s
Calculus – mid to high 80s
|Physical and Mathematical Sciences||English, Calculus||mid to high 80s||English – mid to high 80s
Calculus – mid to high 80s
|Rotman Commerce||English, Calculus||mid to high 80s||English – high 80s
Calculus – high 80s
|Social Sciences||English||mid to high 80s||English – mid to high 80s|
For detailed admissions information for other Canadian and international curriculum equivalencies, please visit our Ready to Apply page.
*Additional high school courses may be required for entry into specific courses in the first year or for entry into a specific program after year one. Please see our program pages for high school prerequisites.
Selecting College Preferences
We’ve streamlined the process of college membership. Instead of being asked to rank all seven colleges when applying to the Faculty of Arts & Science on the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC), applicants will select their top three colleges in order of preference.
Trinity College and Victoria College have additional supplemental applications to be filled out after a student has submitted their OUAC application.
Supplemental Application for Computer Science Admission Category
Applicants to the Arts & Science Computer Science admission category must submit a supplemental application by posted document deadlines, or by December 15 for early consideration.
The supplemental application will be found in applicants’ Join U of T account after they have applied and will be included as a “to do” item in their admission checklist.
More info about the supplemental application:
- It will be comprised of four short-answer questions
- Applicants will be asked to reflect on personal experiences and qualities
- The questions are not specific to computer science
- It is nothing they need to study for!
As in the past, admission to the Computer Science admission category is extremely competitive. Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply early and submit all requested documents, including the supplemental application, as early as possible.
Rotman Commerce also requires a supplemental application. Learn more about the requirements on the Rotman Commerce website.
Alternate Program Consideration
Applicants to the Rotman Commerce and Computer Science admission categories have the option of selecting an alternate admission category for consideration. Selecting an alternate category does not affect your eligibility for your first choice.
Students who are admitted to their alternate program choice are recognized as competitive applicants and have an incredible opportunity to join the Faculty of Arts & Science in a different program area. All applicants to Rotman Commerce and Computer Science are encouraged to complete the Alternate Program form and to research and explore the multitude of course offerings available through different admission categories.
We’ve also streamlined the application process for our popular First-Year Foundations.
- First Year Foundations = (a) Ones programs and (b) First-Year Seminars.
- Most Ones programs no longer need an application – students just enrol during first-year course enrolment in July.
- More information on deadlines and application processes for these Ones programs will be available soon:
- Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy (Munk One)
- St. Michael's College (SMC One)
- Trinity College (Trinity One)
- Victoria College (Vic One)
Connect with the Faculty of Arts & Science
If you would like to connect with the Faculty of Arts & Science to set up a virtual presentation or connect with an Arts & Science Student Service Advisor, give us a call at 416-978-3384 (toll free: 1-888-680-9844) or email us at email@example.com with the subject line: Counsellor Request.
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Additional Counsellor Resources
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