Vic One Program

What is the Vic One Program?
Vic One is an academically rigorous and rewarding opportunity for first-year students, and an experience that makes Vic truly distinctive. The program explores ideas and events from a multi-disciplinary perspective in small classes limited to 25 students. The focus in Vic One is on the development of strong research, writing and critical thinking skills that serve as an important foundation for academic success.

Who is eligible to apply?
Students who have applied to the Faculty of Arts and Science, St. George Campus (regardless of College membership) are eligible to apply for the Vic One Program. 

How many spaces are available?
The Vic One Program has a total of 250 spaces. A breakdown of the number of spaces available in each stream is listed below:

The Margaret Chambers stream has 25 spaces
The Northrop Frye stream has 50 spaces (split into two sections)
The Paul Gooch stream has 25 spaces
The Norman Jewison stream has 25 spaces
The Lester B. Pearson stream has 50 spaces (split into two sections)
The Egerton Ryerson stream has 25 spaces
The Arthur Schawlow stream has 25 spaces
The Augusta Stowe-Gullen stream has 25 spaces

Who can I contact for more information about the Vic One Program?
For more information about the Vic One Program, please contact vic.one@utoronto.ca or visit the Vic One website.

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