Your academic Journey at U of T Scarborough begins with Get Started! Hosted by the Academic Advising & Career Centre, Get Started is an interactive academic orientation designed to support your Transition from High School to University.
Get help choosing your first year courses and receive answers to your questions. (i.e. What are breadth requirements? Or how do I know which courses I can take?)
Connect with First Year Peers and academic learning strategists, who are excited to share their experiences with you. (Hint: all First Year Students are assigned an Upper Year Student Mentor, so keep an eye out for email communications from them).
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Below is the list of dates for both in-person and virtual program offerings for Get Started. For more details regarding times and to register for one of these dates, click on the "register now" button below:
In-person sessions. A First Year Peer will lead small groups, divided by degree type, through the course selection process and answer questions on your transition in the fall - highly interactive and engaging. Includes hands-on session in computer labs to enter your courses into ACORN. Academic and Learning Strategist will also share tips to ensure you have your schedule properly set up for the fall and winter semesters. Pre-registration required. Before attending, you need to review the Get Started modules on the FirstYear@UTSC Quercus course:
Virtual sessions (via Zoom). Academic and Learning Strategist will share tips and answer questions to assist you with your course selection. Pre-registration required. Before attending, you need to review the Get Started modules on the FirstYear@UTSC Quercus course: (Note: All times are in EST):
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