Just In Time slides
Here’s where you can find the current slides displayed in classrooms and on TV screens around campus. Don’t miss out on important dates, workshops and opportunities.
Program Exploration Days
Find your path
January 28, 30, February 1
Sidney Smith Commons
Faculty of Arts & Science
5 Buck Lunch
January 29, February 26, March 6
11:45 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Great Hall, Hart House
$5 U of T Students, $7 Non-students
More info: harthouse.ca
Register to donate stem cells & find out your blood type
Thursday, January 31, 1 – 4 p.m.
Sidney Smith Hall Lobby
Health & Wellness, and Canadian Blood Services
U of T Health Survey
Help U of T understand your student health needs.
Check your U of T email to see if you’ve been invited to participate in this confidential survey with a chance to win 1 of 50, $25 Amazon gift cards.
Student Engagement in the Arts Award
The U of T SEAAs celebrate outstanding contributions to the U of T arts community!
Application deadline is February 1, 2019.
Awards will be presented in March 2019.
February 2019 at Hart House
Nicky Lawrence in Concert, Black Entrepreneur and Visionaries’ Table Talk, Career Prep & Ready Drop-in, Building Beyond, Afro-Caribbean Vegan Breakfast & more
Visit harthouse.ca/black-futures for more details
The Intercultural Learning Program
Delve deeper into culture
- Become inspired by the experiences of others
- Gain a deeper understanding your own perspective
- Build skills for your global career
Attend the introductory workshop on February 1.
Explore Attitudes towards Accommodation
*REGISTRATION HAS NOW CLOSED FOR THIS SESSION*
- What affects a decision to apply to graduate school, disclose a disability, or use accommodations?
- How does an accommodation impact a student’s capacity to self-authorize?
- What can be done to develop support for this difficult issue?
For graduate students, final year of undergraduate studies or faculty members who self-identify as having disabilities.
February 2, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Bahen Centre, Room 1240 / Lunch and refreshments provided
Governing Council Elections
Governing Council is the senior governing body that oversees the academic, business and student affairs of the University.
8 student positions to be elected
Voting Period: February 4 to 15
Find out more at uoft.me/GCelections
Food & Mood
Explore how our relationship with food can affect our mood.
See how mindfulness meditation and practical nutrition knowledge can make a difference.
Wed. Feb. 6, 5:10 – 7:10 p.m.
Call 416-978-8030 to register.
Health & Wellness Centre, Student Life
Accessibility Services Deadline
Need test & exam accommodations?
Application packages are due by February 8.
Don’t miss the deadline to apply for accommodations for the upcoming Winter 2019 exam period.
Be sure to check out how to register with Accessibility Services.
Accessibility Services, Student Life
Fresh Start Conference
- Learn how to bounce back from academic setbacks
- Discover how you learn best and hear from others who have thrived after experiencing difficult academic situation
February 9, 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Galbraith Building, Room 202, 35 St. George Street
Register on clnx. ucw88 da ga www.wisdomgettingloaded.com (St. George Academic Success Events & Workshops)
Childcare reimbursements are available
Academic Success, Student Life
Indigenous Career Fair
- Career paths & job prospects
- Educational & volunteer opportunities
- Entrepreneurship resources
February 13, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Koffler House Main Activity Hall, 2nd Floor, 569 Spadina Crescent
First Nations House and Career Exploration & Education, Student Life
Important dates: Y Course Drop Date
Last day to drop a Y (Year-long) course without academic penalty
February 18: Architecture, Arts & Science, Engineering, Music, UTM, UTSC
February 19: Kinesiology
February 25: School of Graduate Studies (including Winter Term courses)
Important Dates: Last Date for Credit / No Credit Option
Last date to add or remove a CR/NCR (credit/no credit) option for a Y (Year-long) course.
February 18 St. George (Architecture, Arts & Science)
February 19 UTM
April 5 UTSC
February 18 – 22
The University will be close Feb. 18 for the Family Day Holiday and remain open Feb. 19 – 22.
How are you feeling today?
There are many resources available support your learning and wellness.
Ask for help early and often!
Hot Topics for Grad Students
Take a break and connect with other grad students
Different topics at each session
Fridays (bi-weekly), 2 – 3:30 p.m.
SGS Lounge, 63 St. George St.
Gradlife, Student Life
Join informal, small-group sessions that bring together current students, recent grads and a career educator to talk about:
- Exploring career options
- Job search motivation
- Exploring further education
No registration required, light snacks provided
Thursdays, 12 – 1 p.m.
Career Exploration & Education, Student Life
Textual studies with a twist!
Reading Muslim, Jewish & Christian Scriptures together
Participate in a close reading of scripture (and enjoy FREE pizza!).
Meet new friends and learn about relationships across faiths. Students from all backgrounds welcome.
5:10 – 6:30 p.m. Thursdays
Trinity College, Divinity Room
Multi-Faith Centre, Student Life
Get involved with Community Action Projects!
Grow your leadership skills & get hands-on experience in a field of interest.
Work collaboratively with other U of T students and community partners.
Get more info & register!
Centre for Community Partnerships, Student Life
Chat with a Librarian
Ask Chat with a Librarian research help is open every day, including weekends.
Connect from wherever you are.
- Explore your campus & discover your passion!
- Discover workshops, conferences & volunteer opportunities!
- Build your skills & knowledge about U of T while you build your co-curricular record!
It’s easy to sign up & get the Ultra-Helpful Weekly Email, full of ways to get involved!