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Questions about how things work at U of T, Arts & Science or Vic? Our front line staff can answer questions like “How do waitlists work?” “When can I register for summer courses?” or “Will adding another course affect my fees?” They will also help you secure official documentation (e.g. verification of enrolment and RESP forms) or, if they can’t help you directly, refer you to the best place to get the information you need.
Stop by our office in Northrop Frye Hall, room 106, or call +1 416 585 4508 whenever our office is open to speak to someone right away, or email email@example.com
We’re here to help you make decisions and find new opportunities, like when you’re choosing courses and programs; considering study abroad, research or experiential learning; or exploring options for life after university.We're also here when you’re facing a challenge, whether it’s academic, financial, or in any area of your life that’s affecting your time at university.
Stop by our office in Northrop Frye Hall, room 106, or call +1 416 585 4508 whenever our office is open to book an appointment with Anna, Valerie or Emily.
Awards and Financial Aid
Vic offers a wide range of financial support, from bursaries for students in financial need, to scholarships recognizing many different areas of academic achievement. We can help you plan your educational expenses, and connect you to scholarships, awards and grant funding.
Our learning strategists, Ben and Nina, can help you develop strategies to improve your academic functioning based on your strengths and learning preferences. Strategies may include reading, note-taking, assignment planning, time management, motivation, memory and concentration, as well as ways to manage procrastination, anxiety, and stress.
Stop by our office in Northrop Frye Hall, room 106, or call +1 416 585 4508 whenever our office is open to book an appointment with a Learning Strategist.
Vic’s writing instructors, Susan, John and Michelle, help you develop your capacity to plan, organize, write and revise your essays, reviews, lab reports, case studies, and other academic papers. They will go over your work, and help you gain your own skills in writing, revising and editing. Go to our Writing Centre page to book an appointment.
Our peer tutors are excellent Vic students who provide free one-on-one support in introductory courses in Chemistry, Physics and Math. Visit our Tutorial Services page for details and schedules.
Our On-Location Accessibility Advisor, Carrie, aims to break down barriers in registering and accessing services at UofT.
We encourage you to register with Accessibility Services if you identify with any of the following disability categories:
Academic accommodations are arranged through Accessibility Services. Contact the office as soon as you are accepted to UofT to arrange for accommodations prior to the start of classes. www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/as/
Our career educator, Rebecca, is part of the Dean's office team. She works one-on-one with students and organizes skill-building workshops and events on campus. Whether you’re applying to grad school, curious about exploring your career options, or want to learn more about networking events at U of T, she is happy to help!
To book an appointment contact firstname.lastname@example.org, call 416-585-4494, or stop by in person at the Office of the Dean of Students (Goldring Student Centre).