Join us for an upcoming webcast or webchat to get information about our academic programs, facilities, and campus life. These virtual events will help you learn more about studying at the University of Toronto.
How to Apply to Arts & Science
If you’re thinking about applying, attend one of our webcasts below to learn more about the Faculty of Arts & Science and your next steps.
Getting Started: Arts & Science Admissions: Learn more about admission requirements and how to apply to the Faculty of Arts & Science at the St. George Campus.
The College Communities at Arts & Science: Learn more about the unique college communities at the Faculty of Arts & Science at the St. George Campus.
The Art of Double Majoring at the Faculty of Arts & Science: Learn more about what it means to double major at the Faculty of Arts & Science at the St. George Campus. You'll learn all about the programs available to you and how to combine all of your interests.
Already Applied? – Ask us Questions
If you’ve applied to the Faculty of Arts & Science and you’re wondering what your next steps are, join us for our webchat series to get all your questions answered.
- Q&A Chat Series for Applicants: Learn more about how to complete your application and get your questions answered about the student experience, campus life or anything else!
Welcome Events for Newly Admitted Students
If you’ve received an offer to the Faculty of Arts & Science, log in to the JOIN U of T Portal and visit your Welcome Page to register for a variety of Welcome Events to jumpstart your success!
- Navigating Your First Year Webinar Series: This webinar series will introduce you to programs that will be available to you and share tips on how you can make the most of your degree. Register for the webinar specific to your admission category to learn more about what your first year will look like.
- Spotlight Series: Learn more about your student life both on and off campus, opportunities exclusive to your first year, how you can get involved in research and so much more!
- U of Tea: Faculty of Arts & Science Mythbuster Series: There is no shortage of information on the internet and we are here to help spill the tea on everything you’ve read. In this U of Tea session, we will take a look at some of the most popular myths that surround U of T and what it means to be a student here.
- Q&A Chat Series for Admitted Students: As an admitted student, we know you may have many questions about your offer, your academics and what your life is going to look like as a U of T student. These text-based chats are a great way to get all your questions answered.
- Faculty of Arts & Science Alumni Panel: Hear from some of our amazing alumni about their U of T experience and how U of T has helped to get them to where they are today.
- Rotman Commerce Events: Events specific to new Rotman Commerce students will be running throughout the coming months.
Rotman Commerce Virtual Sessions
Students interested in applying to Rotman Commerce can chat online with recruitment & admissions staff and current students from Rotman Commerce to learn more about the undergraduate student experience.
International Students Admitted to the University of Toronto
If you are not a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, you will need a study permit, which is issued by the Canadian government. Apply for your study permit as soon as you receive an offer of admission, so you will be ready to come to campus.
Our Centre for International Experience is offering webinars for newly admitted students on applying for a study permit for the first time. We recommend that you register for one of the webinars offered by our International Student Immigration Advisors. As a newly admitted student, you can use your U of T JOINid to register for a webinar.
International Foundation Program Virtual Sessions
Admitted International Foundation Program (IFP) students: Events specific to IFP students will be running throughout the coming months. Register for an IFP Admitted Students Info Session through your JOIN Portal. You can also contact IFP for more information.
Students interested in applying to IFP or who have questions about their IFP offer can chat online with recruitment and admissions staff from the International Foundation Program to learn more about the IFP conditional acceptance program.
University of Toronto Virtual Tours
Learn about our academic programs, facilities, campus life, and studying at U of T. Choose from a student guided virtual tour, virtual reality tour, or a self-guided campus tour.