What is a UTORid?
Where do I get my TCard?
What is ROSI and ACORN?
What is Blackboard?
Blackboard is U of T's institionally supported learning management system and student portal. To access the portal, log in using your UTORid: portal.utoronto.ca/
Where do I get my UHIP card?
Where do I find a campus map?
Are there campus tours available?
Where do I get a parking pass?
Where do I get a locker?
How do I find out about orientation events and activities?
What is there to eat on campus?
Where do I sign up for a meal plan?
Where can I find study space?
Where can I use a computer?
Public access computers are available in the library and in the Bladen Wing computer labs on the 4th floor.
How do I join a club?
There are over 200 student associations, clubs and organizations on campus. The Ulife directory has a listing of all campus groups you can browse through based on your interests: ulife.utoronto.ca
The Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is another resource for exploring opporunities to get involved. The CCR is a database designed to help students find opportunities beyond the classroom and to have their skills and experiences captured on an official document: ccr.utoronto.ca
Where do I learn more about fees, financial aid and scholarships?
Where do I learn more about campus accessibility?
AccessAbility Services provides services and academic accommodations to students who have a documented mental health, learning, physical, sensory, or medical condition. We also lead campus accessibility and education initiatives for the students, staff and faculty.
Where do I learn more about student housing?
Student Housing & Residence Life supports your transition to living in residence and off-campus student housing. Whether you're living on- or off-campus, we're here to help! Drop by and see us in the Student Residence Centre, or you can reach us by phone: 416-287-7365 or email: email@example.com.
Where can I find academic support?
The Academic Advising & Career Centre integrates developmental advising, learning skills, career counselling, and employment coaching through individual appointments, workshops, experiential programming, events, and a range of online resources. Academic advisors are available to support students.
More information: www.utsc.utoronto.ca/aacc/academic-advising-career-centre
How do I get a job on campus?
Is there prayer space available?
Is there a gym or fitness facilities on campus?
Where can I find volunteer opportunities?
What is the Career Learning Network (CLN)?
What is the Co-Curricular Record (CCR)?
The Co-Curricular Record (CCR) allows students to build their experience and get recognized by U of T for active involvement. Learn how you can find opportunities beyond the classroom and have your experiences captured on an official document. Use the CCR database to search for opportunities and record your accomplishments. Visit ccr.utoronto.ca to learn more.