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Scholarships and Awards
Every year, we award over $300,000 in admission scholarships to outstanding secondary-school Canadian and International students.Learn More
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Do you have questions about the University of Toronto College system? Do you want to learn more about the Victoria College admissions process? Do you want to meet some current students and learn more about the student experience? Attend one of our virtual information sessions to learn more about Vic!
Consider Vic One
The award-winning Vic One program is a distinctive academic experience for first-year students. It’s designed to highlight the meaningful dialogue that can take place in a supportive small classroom setting.
“In my first year, Vic was Vic One. The program created a sense of comfort, knowing that I would come back to the same 25 people every day for the entire year. My Vic One professors helped me as I transitioned from high school to university, and years later, I know I can go back for assistance.”
Camille B, UofT Victoria College, Class of 2016
Vic One Program
Vic One Hundred
Vic One Hundred seminars offer you the opportunity to experience a seminar-style, community environment in your first year.
You are on your way to starting a fantastic experience as both a member of the Vic community and as a student in the Faculty of Arts & Science in the University of Toronto.
"I am so grateful to the Vic community for being so supportive, adventurous, passionate, goofy, and caring. My first year here was in 2020, with the world still grappling with and adjusting to the waves of the covid pandemic. Amidst the chaos, I was able to connect with incredible friends and mentors through International Student Orientation and the physical-distanced circles on the quad us first-years created for ourselves. I have found people in my classmates, both older and younger, as well as my mentors, faculty, and staff, who have been so welcoming, accepting, and enthusiastic about learning and having me as a part of their community. Vic has created a smaller space within U of T where I can socialize on the quad, in Burwash dining hall, or at the Cat’s Eye and be surrounded by others who are also fascinated by the people around them and the world"
- Emily Zürcher, UofT Victoria College, Class of 2024