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.
Virtual Events for Prospective Arts & Science Students
Fall Campus Week — October 17-25, 2020
The entire University of Toronto community welcomes prospective students and family members to explore academic offerings, find out about unique opportunities, and learn why the University of Toronto is regarded as the premier university in Canada and among the leading institutions in the world. We will be offering dozens of webcast sessions, chats, online program fairs, and virtual tours through the week.
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.
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.
Virtual Events for Arts & Science Applicants
Program Exploration Chats – November/December 2020
Join us for an online chat to ask all of your questions about program selection, completing your application, document submission, and to learn more about the first year and the Faculty of Arts & Science. These chats are open to students with a current application to the Faculty of Arts & Science for September 2021. Keep an eye out for more information on how to register!
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.