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Live your best student life How to use the Summer Calendar & Checklist Your first year at U of T is about to begin! It might look a little This calendar and checklist include lots of ways to set yourself up for success before you get to different from how you imagined it, but Student Life is here for campus in September. you every step of the way. U of T is planning a gradual and safe Use the calendar to check out orientation events and workshops to help you prepare for life as a return to in-person activities for fall 2021, including student university student. The checklist is full of tips and info to help you start strong this fall. Most summer services and co-curricular events. events and workshops will be delivered online, but some may be delivered in person. As the situation evolves, we’re here to support you. Do If you see an event in this calendar that interests you, go to the online version at uoft.me/orientation you have specific questions about accessibility, health for details. Registration for most events occurs on the Career & Co-curricular Learning Network, or and wellness, residence, safety abroad or international CLNx, at clnx.utoronto.ca. You’ll be spending a lot of time on this tool, so set up your account now. opportunities? Regular updates are available at studentlife.utoronto.ca/covid-19-updates. Dates and times are subject to change, so please visit the orientation calendar online at uoft.me/orientation for the most current info. All times are in Eastern If you have questions about how COVID-19 affects Daylight Time. your academics or general U of T experience, visit viceprovoststudents.utoronto.ca/covid-19. These events and programs are for all incoming students, but some are targeted for specific audiences. Look for these symbols to find programs designed for: Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter If you’re an international for all the latest Student Life info. International students student, check out the pre- Be sure to check with your college or faculty arrival guide for more info Black African Caribbean, Latin American, Southeast Asian students or first because they'll have lots of stuff going on, too. about getting started this generation students (students who are the first in their family to attend post- fall and look for this symbol secondary school in Canada) Find their website at uoft.me/people. throughout the checklist to Indigenous students highlight events tailored for international students. P.S. If Students with a disability you haven’t already started, CLNX LGBTQ2S+ students begin your application for your The Career & Co-Curricular Mature or transfer students study permit now. Details are in Learning Network, also known as the pre-arrival guide or you can Students with family responsibilities CLNx, is a tool where you’ll find connect with the immigration job postings, volunteer and co- advising team if you have any curricular opportunities, mentorship questions. and more. You can also book uoft.me/prearrival appointments and workshops with uoft.me/immigration most of our services here. Log in using your UTORid or JOINid. clnx.utoronto.ca
Start here! Activate your UTORid Register for Starting Point Your UTORid is your digital student credential. Your UTORid and password Starting Point is a build-your-own-experience provide access to online services like email (UTmail+), course content on program introducing you to what U of T offers. Quercus, webinars, library resources, Microsoft365 applications, network It’s flexible (to work with your schedule), gives services for international students, WiFi on campus and more. you opportunities to try new things and helps Don't wait until the last minute – activate your UTORid as soon as possible! you stay informed about what’s happening on STARTING POINT Skip the start-of-term rush and get access to all your U of T online resources campus. Most events listed on this calendar count “Enrolling in Starting as early as May 1. Make a virtual appointment with TCard Services today! towards program completion, so register today Point was probably the You can pick up your TCard (your campus identification) when you arrive on and get started. Bonus tip – if you register before best decision I made campus. August 16 you will be entered for a chance to win at the beginning of one of two $50 U of T Bookstore gift cards! the year. It gave me uoft.me/firstTCard a guideline, a goal, tcard.utoronto.ca uoft.me/startingpoint something to work towards so that I would Activate your UTORid before August 15 force myself to be and receive 25% off clothing, gifts, and Download the Student Life App involved.” trade books when you spend $50 at the U of T Bookstore.* The Student Life app gives you quick access to uoftbookstore.com/about_tcard.asp U of T resources, upcoming events, year-specific tips and lets you create lists to stay organized. *Conditions apply. Download the app through Google Play or the App Store now! uoft.me/studentlifeapp INCOMING: 9 NEW THINGS! You’ve probably already LIFE @ U OF T started receiving 9 New Get connected with us Follow the Student Life Community Things, the Student Life We’ll have lots of events for you to check out, online Crew and check out the Life @ newsletter highlighting U of T blog, where students share their interesting events on campus resources and webinars, too. Follow Student Life on experiences about life on campus. and useful information. You'll Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for important info receive special incoming about connecting to your U of T student community @LifeatUofTlifeatuoft.utoronto.ca student issues throughout today. Check out the groups tab in Facebook for the summer, and then weekly communities that might interest you. issues in the fall. We’re @UofTStudentLife
Find a place to live Register with Accessibility Services Ask the experts The staff at Housing can help you find a If you have a disability (learning For more info on registering with anything great home. Use your UTORid/JOINid to If you have questions about anything disability, mental illness, ADHD, Accessibility Services, programs and log in to the Off-Campus Housing Finder to related to student life, just ask! Get physical challenges or another services for students with disabilities start your search; save and compare your answers to all your questions about accessibility issue), contact and opportunities to connect with favourite listings; learn about your rights and student life by watching our “5 Accessibility Services as soon as other incoming students and peers, responsibilities; and search for a roommate questions about…” series on Facebook. possible. You may be eligible for attend one of our Moving Forward using the Roommate Finder. Still have questions? Ask us any time on specific accommodations and Summer Transition Program Explore your off-campus housing options at supports, like: sessions. Facebook, Twitter or Instagram one of our summer events: • Deadline flexibility & note-taking June 29, July 14, August 24 @UofTStudentLife. URent & Live Q & A: a step-by-step guide services (International & out-of-province to finding a place. June 8, 21, July 6, 23, • Test & exam accommodations students), August 25, September 9 5 questions about… August 5, 18 & September 1 • Learning strategy supports & peer (Refresher) • being a U of T student: July 6 mentoring • navigating disability & registering with You can also join our AMA Facebook Tenant Topics: Accessibility Services: July 8 In order to ensure your Live: 5 questions about…navigating • Types of accommodations: June 29 accommodations are in place by • finding a place to live: July 13 disability & registering with • Toronto neighbourhoods & transit: July 15 September, please submit your • international student experience: Accessibility Services on July 8 • Renting with roommates: July 26 intake package by July 14. Visit July 20 Reach out to us or connect with one • first gen, Black, Latinx, Southeast • Avoiding scams: August 10 uoft.me/asregister for a step by step of our accessibility peer advisors Asian students & belonging: July 27 • Affordability vs. proximity: August 23 guide. Remember, the Certificate at a drop-in session if you have any • orientation: August 3 of Disability Form needs to be Navigating conflict at home: June 17, July 20, questions. Don’t forget to sign up for • studying at university: August 10 completed by a practitioner who is August 13 & September 15 the Access Us mentorship program familiar with your disability, so have • joining a club: August 24 as well. (See details in mentorship Renting Ask-Us-Anything: June 16, July 21 & your current practitioner complete it • anything at U of T! September 9 section in July.) August 26 before you come to campus. • accessing health care: September 14 International student Housing Q & A: You may also be eligible for bursaries accessibility.utoronto.ca • religious accommodations and June 15 and July 15 that can help with some disability- uoft.me/asregister spiritual life: September 21 related services and equipment. uoft.me/COD • building your career: September 28 Southeast Asian, Black African Caribbean uoft.me/accessus To get started, apply for OSAP Check our Facebook events page or & Latin American students confront uoft.me/asdropins or provincial funding as soon as Instagram highlights for more details. discrimination in housing: June 11 uoft.me/movingforward possible so that we can explore if 5 questions about…finding a place to these options are available to you. facebook.com/UofTStudentLife/events live: July 13 instagram.com/UofTStudentLife Virtual Housing Fair: July 28 housing.utoronto.ca
JUNE D AT E TIME EVENT June 8 2-3 p.m. URent + Live Q&A June 11 10 - 11:30 a.m. Southeast Asian, African Black Caribbean & Latin American students confront discrimination in housing June 15 9:30-10:30 a.m. International Student Housing Q&A June 16 1:30-2:30 p.m. Renting Ask-Us-Anything June 17 3-4 p.m. Navigating Conflict At Home June 21 1-2 p.m. URent + Live Q&A June 29 12-4 p.m. Moving Forward Summer Transition program June 29 2-3 p.m. Tenant Topic: Types of Accommodation Dates and times are subject to change. Please visit the orientation calendar at uoft.me/orientation. All times are in Eastern Daylight Time.
Explore life outside the Plan your orientation classroom Meet new friends & prepare for your studies! Orientation activities are mostly decentralized, with each college and faculty Learning happens outside the classroom, too. offering separate events. There are also many programs for specific groups of students. If you have questions about Getting involved on campus is a great way to: orientation, join our Facebook Live session about it on August 3. • build your skills, gain practical work experience and explore possible career paths Students with International students Students with family First generation, • meet new people and find the activities that disabilities 5 questions about responsibilities Black, Southeast matter to you international student Asian and Latin Moving Forward Summer Family Care orientation: • stay active and de-stress! experience: July 20 American Students Transition Program: September 17 There are tonnes of ways to get involved – here June 29, July 14, Financial aid for first International student panel: familycare.utoronto.ca are just a few to help you get a head start this August 24 (international or generation students & their July 22, 27 & 29 summer. out-of-province students), families/friends: August 26 Toronto Tips: International Indigenous students 1. Register for Starting Point – flip back to the August 25, September 9 Southeast Asian Students students share their First Nations House start of this calendar for details. uoft.me/movingforward & Clubs Welcome: tips for living in Toronto: orientation & open house: 2. Join us for a week of leadership and equity September 14 August 4, 10 & 12 September 17 programming. Learning to Lead week: Mature & transfer Black Students Talk with July 19 – 23 uoft.me/learningtolead students Service Canada Social fnh.utoronto.ca Black Profs & Clubs: Insurance Number (SIN) 3. Learn about religious accommodation, Mature student welcome: Welcome to U of T: inter-faith leadership, gender justice, session: August 17 LGBTQ2S+ students September 7 & 17 September 28 mindfulness and mediation. Be, Become, Student Services Expo: Queer orientation: Multiple Belong at the Multi-Faith Centre: August 17 Transfer student welcome: Latin American Students & August 19 events, starts September 20 uoft.me/mfopenhouse September 8 Clubs Welcome: October 15 Welcome events: uoft.me/queerorientation 4. Explore the database of student clubs and uoft.me/maturetransfer Welcome First Generation August 24, 25 & 26 organizations at ulife.utoronto.ca. Students: October 29 Be sure to check out the 5. Start building your Co-Curricular Record uoft.me/aipp international student events (CCR). Explore the database of opportunities at your college or faculty at clnx.utoronto.ca/catalogue and start Family & friends of U of T connecting your experiences to skills. Some orientation. students programs listed in this calendar are eligible for cie.utoronto.ca the CCR so you’ll already have a head start! Family & friends orientation to U of T (St. George 6. Check out our ASKme Anything Campus): August 4 & 5 Facebook Lives on clubs, orientation, connecting with U of T students and more! family.utoronto.ca (see dates and topics on previous page).
J U LY D AT E TIME EVENT July 1 Canada Day - University closed July 2 Presidential Day - University closed July 6 2-3 p.m. URent + Live Q&A July 6 Casual connections: Speed friending event with UTSU - @utsufyc July 6 12 p.m. Being a U of T student July 8 12 p.m. Navigating disability & registering with Accessibility Services July 13 12 p.m. Finding a place to live July 14 12-4 p.m. Moving Forward Summer Transition program July 14 Deadline to submit intake package to Accessibility Services to receive accommodations for September July 15 9:30-10:30 a.m. International Student Housing Q&A July 15 2-3 p.m. Tenant Topic: Toronto Neighbourhoods + Transit July 19-23 Learning to Lead week July 20 2-3 p.m. Navigating Conflict At Home July 20 12 p.m. International student experience July 21 1-2 p.m. Renting Ask-Us-Anything July 22 9:30-10:30 a.m. International Student Panel July 23 1:30-2:30 p.m. URent + Live Q&A July 26 1:30-2:30 p.m. Tenant Topic: Renting with Roommates July 27 2-3 p.m. International Student Panel July 27 12 p.m. First gen, Black, Latinx, Southeast Asian students & belonging Register for courses. July 28 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Virtual Housing Fair Most course registration starts in July, so check with your registrar to find July 29 9-10 p.m. International Student Panel dates and handy online tools. July 19-23 Learning to Lead week uoft.me/people Dates and times are subject to change. Please visit the orientation calendar at uoft.me/orientation. All times are in Eastern Daylight Time.
Prepare for university academics Find a job on campus Develop & practice the skills you need to succeed Build your skills and earn some extra cash with an on-campus job, Check out the Career academically. & Co-Curricular Learning Network (CLNx) for thousands of on-campus and Work Study 5 questions about studying at university : August 10 positions. Work Study positions are posted in August and fill up fast! Foundations for University Learning Mini Course (4 sessions): For more info on applying for jobs: August 17, 19, 24 & 26 Work Study Q & A session: August 25 For tips on writing your resumé and 5 questions about... building your career: September 28 cover letter, visit the Career Resource University Prep Workshops clnx.utoronto.ca Library at uoft.me/careerresourcelibrary • Intro to academic resources & supports: August 23, 24 ,30, September 2 • Effective learning and study habits: August 23, 24, 30, September 2, 7 & 14 • Time management and organization for University life: August 23, 24, 30, September 2, 7 & 14 Academic Q & A for International students : August 27, September 3, 10 & 17 Preparing your bundle: Taking an academic journey with an Check out mentorship programs Indigenous learning strategist : September 9 Get inspired and motivated by connecting with an upper-year student or alumnus. Mentors provide valuable guidance and challenge you to do your best. Many programs begin this summer, so start now to find a academicsuccess.utoronto.ca mentorship program that works for you. Visit the mentorship catalogue at clnx.utoronto.ca to get started. uoft.me/learningfoundations uoft.me/uprep International Access Us Access & Inclusion Peer Programs Student Experience Students with Students who are African Black Caribbean, Ambassadors disabilities can get Southeast Asian, Latin American or first Connect virtually with an connected with a generation (students whose parents/guardians Questions about your future upper-year international peer mentor and a did not complete post-secondary education in academic experience? Connect supportive community student and have your Canada) are paired with experienced upper-year with our academic peer mentors questions answered that includes social mentors from the same communities. Meet with at scheduled appointments before starting in events, academic a mentor navigator or attend one of our summer/ or drop-in sessions. They also September. workshops and career orientation events to help navigate potential offer sessions to practice your academic skills! development. barriers to success. You can find events on the uoft.me/iseambassadors uoft.me/accessus calendar or throughout this list with this symbol. uoft.me/academicmentors uoft.me/aipp
AUGUST D AT E TIME EVENT D AT E TIME EVENT August 2 Civic Holiday - University closed August 23 11:30 a.m. - Time management & organization for August 3 12 p.m. 12:30 p.m. university life Orientation August 24 5-6 p.m. Intro to Academic Resources & Supports August 4 9:30-10:30 a.m. Toronto Tips (for international students) August 24 2-3 p.m. Effective learning & study habits Arriving in Toronto from August 4 8 - 9:30 a.m. Family & Friends Orientation to the University of Toronto (St. George Campus) August 24 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. Time management & organization for outside of Canada? Learn university life what to expect ahead of time. August 5 5 - 6:30 p.m. Family & Friends Orientation to the University of Toronto (St. George Campus) August 24 8:30 a.m.-12:30 Moving Forward Summer Transition uoft.me/arriveintoronto p.m. program (international & out of province August 5 2-3 p.m. URent + Live Q&A students) August 5 UTSU: First-year council @utsufyc August 24 9:30-10:30 a.m. International Student Welcome August 10 2-3 p.m. Toronto Tips (for international students) August 24 12 p.m. Joining a club August 10 1-2 p.m. Tenant Topic: Avoiding Scams August 24 7-8:30 p.m. Foundations for University Learning Pay your fees August 10 12 p.m. Studying at university August 25 12-4 p.m. Moving Forward Summer Transition Step-by-step instructions will guide you August 12 9-10 p.m. Toronto Tips (for international students) program through the online payment process at August 13 1:30-2:30 p.m. Navigating Conflict At Home | August 25 2-3 p.m. International Student Welcome studentaccount.utoronto.ca. Check out August 17 9:30-10:30 a.m. Service Canada Social Insurance Number August 25 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Work Study information session future.utoronto.ca/finances if you need (SIN) info session for international help financing your education. August 26 1-2 p.m. Renting Ask-Us-Anything students | August 26 9-10 p.m. International Student Welcome Indigenous students: Remember to August 17 11:30 a.m. Be, Become, Belong & the Multi-Faith contact your community to see if you are Centre August 26 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Financial Aid for First Generation eligible for band funding! Undergrad Students & Their Families / August 17 7-8:30 p.m. Foundations for University Learning Friends August 18 1-2 p.m. URent + Live Q&A August 26 7-8:30 p.m. Foundations for University Learning August 19 11 a.m.-1 p.m. International Student Services Expo August 27 9-10 a.m. Academic Q & A for international students August 19 7-8:30 p.m. Foundations for University Learning August 30 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. Intro to Academic Resources & Supports August 23 3-4 p.m. Tenant Topic: Affordability vs. Proximity August 30 8-9 a.m. Effective learning & study habits August 23 1-2 p.m. Intro to Academic Resources & Supports August 30 9:30-10:30 a.m. Time management & organization for August 23 10-11 a.m. Effective learning & study habits university life Dates and times are subject to change. Please visit the orientation calendar at uoft.me/orientation. All times are in Eastern Daylight Time.
Organize your health records Ask them anything about U of T! Check that your provincial health card is up-to-date Look for the ASKme pop-up booths around campus! and that you've had all the immunizations you need. Upper-year students and recent alumni are on hand Next, create a file with your vaccination history, ready to answer your questions. September 7 – 10 and Check with your student prescriptions and any health-related information and union to find out more 13 – 16. bring it with you to campus. If you’re an international about supplementary health uoft.me/askme student, learn about the University Health Insurance insurance! Plan and print out your UHIP card. healthandwellness.utoronto.ca Find your way around campus uoft.me/uhip Map your classes now and plan your route. You can even download the U of T Map app for Android or iOS. If you’re going to be commuting, check out transit discounts, parking and bike services on campus. map.utoronto.ca transportation.utoronto.ca Stay safe Discover great places to eat Familiarize yourself with NEED TO TALK TO SOMEONE RIGHT NOW? U of T My SSP 1-844-451-9700 CAMPUS RESOURCES (Available during regular business hours) the safety resources on Good2Talk Student Helpline 1-866-925-5454 Academic Success 416-978-7970 Planning to eat on campus, but not living in residence? campus and keep these Accessibility Services 416-978-8060 EMERGENCY A meal plan saves money and you can pay with your numbers handy so you Fire, Police, Ambulance 911 Anti-Racism & Cultural Diversity Office 416-978-1259 TCard. Get information on meal plans and the 40+ can find the resources Campus Police (on-campus/safety abroad urgent) 416-978-2222 Campus Police (information) 416-978-2323 Centre for International Experience 416-978-2564 places to buy food on campus. you need at any time. You COMMUNITY RESOURCES Community Safety Office 416-978-1485 Access CAMH 416-535-8501 ext. 2 Family Care Office 416-978-0951 ueat.utoronto.ca can also find all these (mental health & addictions, Health & Wellness Centre 416-978-8030 Mon-Fri, 8:30 a.m - 5 p.m.) resources and more in the Assaulted Women’s Helpline 1-866-863-0511 Housing 416-978-8045 Indigenous Student Services 416-978-8227 U of T Student Life app! Black Youth Helpline 1-833-294-8650 Multi-Faith Centre 416-946-3120 (Daily, 9 a.m. - 10p.m.) Sexual & Gender Diversity Office 416-946-5624 safety.utoronto.ca Distress Centres of Greater Toronto Emergency Shelter 416-408-4357 1-877-338-3398 Sexual Violence Prevention & 416-978-2266 Support Centre Gerstein Crisis Centre Support Line 416-929-5200 TravelSafer (available 24/7) 416-978-7233 Hope for Wellness Helpline for 1-855-242-3310 Emergency alerts: alert.utoronto.ca Indigenous students Safety website: safety.utoronto.ca LGBT Youthline 1-800-268-9688 Student Life app: uoft.me/studentlifeapp (Sun-Fri 4-9:30 p.m.) Naseeha Helpline for Muslim Youth (Daily, 12 p.m.–12 a.m.) 1-866-627-3342 NEED TO TALK TO SOMEONE RIGHT NOW? Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence 416-323-6040 Care Centre Toronto Rape Crisis Centre 416-597-8808 uoft.me/feelingdistressed All services available 24/7 unless otherwise noted
SEPTEMBER D AT E TIME EVENT D AT E TIME EVENT September 1 2-3 p.m. URent + Live Q&A September 14 6-7 p.m. Effective learning & study habits September 2 3-4 p.m. Effective learning & study habits September 14 7-8 p.m. Time management & organization for September 2 6-7 p.m. Intro to Academic Resources & Supports university life September 2 4-5 p.m. Time management & organization for September 14 6 - 8 p.m. Southeast Asian UTSG Students & Clubs university life Welcome September 3 9-10 a.m. Academic Q & A for international students September 14 12 p.m. Accessing health care Labour Day - University closed September 15 3-4 p.m. Navigating Conflict At Home | September 7-16 ASKme pop-up booths on campus September 17 10 a.m - 12 p.m. Family Care Orientation September 7 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Mature Student Welcome September 17 12 - 2 p.m. Mature Student Welcome September 7 12-1 p.m. Effective learning & study habits September 17 9-10 a.m. Academic Q & A for international students September 7 1-2 p.m. Time management & organization for September 17 12 p.m. First Nations House Orientation | university life September 20 Queer orientation starts September 8 1-2 p.m. Transfer Student Welcome September 21 12 p.m. Religious accommodations and spiritual September 9 12-4 p.m. Moving Forward Summer Transition program life (refresher) September 28 4-6 p.m. Black Students Talk With Black Profs & September 9 1-2 p.m. Preparing your bundle: Taking an academic Clubs: Welcome to UTSG journey September 28 12 p.m. Building your career September 9 Explore Hart House September 9 12 p.m. Anything at U of T! September 10 9-10 a.m. Academic Q & A for international students Dates and times are subject to change. Please visit the orientation calendar at uoft.me/orientation. September 13-24 Explore Hart House All times are in Eastern Daylight Time . OCTOBER Psst! There are SO many more cool things going on in Student Life year-round! D AT E TIME EVENT Visit clnx.utoronto.ca, watch your U of T inbox for 9 New Things and follow us on social media October 15 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Latin American UTSG Students & Clubs Welcome for fun & timely info! October 29 4-6 p.m. Welcome First Generation UTSG Students
GET TO KNOW US: Who we are and why you should connect with us ACADEMIC SUCCESS CENTRE FOR COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS FIRST NATIONS HOUSE/INDIGENOUS We make learning easier. Learning in community. STUDENT SERVICES Reach your highest learning potential and get Make a positive impact, contribute towards a more Here, we all belong. personalized support. just society and make the city a better place to live. Services for Indigenous students and opportunities to academicsuccess.utoronto.ca ccp.utoronto.ca engage with Indigenous communities. fnh.utoronto.ca ACCESSIBILITY SERVICES CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL We help remove barriers. EXPERIENCE HEALTH & WELLNESS Get help navigating your ongoing or temporary We expand your world. We help keep you well. disability so you can succeed at U of T. Access an array of services for international students Medical care, mental health services and programs accessibility.utoronto.ca and global learning. that help you reach your personal and academic best. cie.utoronto.ca healthandwellness.utoronto.ca CAREER EXPLORATION & EDUCATION learningabroad.utoronto.ca Building your future. safetyabroad.utoronto.ca HOUSING Explore what you can do with your degree, discover We keep you warm and dry. job opportunities and further education. CLUBS & LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT Find a great place to live and learn about your rights careers.utoronto.ca We build future leaders. and responsibilities. clnx.utoronto.ca Find new leadership opportunities and get support in housing.utoronto.ca your role as a student leader. offcampushousing.utoronto.ca leadership.utoronto.ca residence.utoronto.ca ulife.utoronto.ca
MENTORSHIP & PEER PROGRAMS SERVICES We build connections. OUR PARTNERS Discover mentoring, training, professional development, networking events and more. mentorship.utoronto.ca EQUITY PARTNERS Realizing U of T’s commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion. antiracism.utoronto.ca MULTI-FAITH CENTRE communitysafety.utoronto.ca We ask BIG questions. familycare.utoronto.ca Fostering the spiritual well-being of everyone on campus and opportunities to learn from each other. sgdo.utoronto.ca multifaith.utoronto.ca svpscentre.utoronto.ca equity.hrandequity.utoronto.ca ORIENTATION, TRANSITION & ENGAGEMENT We get you started. HART HOUSE Encouraging participation in campus life and co- For all you can discover. curricular involvement opportunities. Connect with other students and the broader world through the arts, uoft.me/ote dialogue and wellness. uoft.me/orientation harthouse.ca TCARD SERVICES SPORT & REC Your card at U of T. For fitness & fun. Your student ID. Gain access to places on campus, put Get active in whatever way works best for your body, no matter your money on it for food, printing, laundry and more. skill level or history of participation. tcard.utoronto.ca uoft.me/sportandrec
Student Life Communications 214 College Street, Room 203 Toronto, ON, M5T 2Z9 Follow us on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter to get updates on events and opportunities. We look forward to seeing you on campus! @UofTStudentLife #StartStrongUofT studentlife.utoronto.ca For more details on any of the events listed on this calendar, please visit uoft.me/orientation
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