Fall Campus Day is your best opportunity to discover if U of T Scarborough is the right fit for you.
You'll have the opportunity to explore the campus, attend information sessions, talk to current students and faculty members, and learn about the variety of programs and services that make U of T Scarborough a home away from home for our students. We'll also be joined by several graduate faculties from the University of Toronto, including the Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Information and the Faculty of Nursing.
WHEN: November 10, 2018, 11 AM – 3 PM EST
|Academic Programs and Student Services Fair||11am – 3pm|
|Applying to Arts and Science Programs||11am – 12pm AND 1pm – 2pm|
|Applying to Management Programs||11am – 12:30pm|
|Arts and Science Co-op Session||11am – 12pm AND 1pm – 2pm|
|Paying for University: OSAP and Financial Aid||12pm – 1pm AND 2pm – 3pm|
Applying to Arts and Science Programs
If you’re thinking about applying to a program within the fine arts, humanities, sciences or are still undecided, this session is a great overview. You’ll learn about the expansive program options available, including our joint and combined degree programs, and what you need to know to apply.
Applying to Management Programs
The Management programs at U of T Scarborough are some of our most exciting, and most competitive. What makes this program so attractive? Where could this degree take you? How does co-op complement the curriculum? Find out in this enlightening session.
Arts and Science Co-op
U of T Scarborough sets students up for success beyond their degree by offering formal co-op programming for many of our academic options. Learn about what co-op programs are available, how they’re structured, examples of work term opportunities and more.
Paying for University: OSAP and Financial Aid
How to fund your post-secondary education is one of the most common questions we get asked. This session will help you understand what options exist within and outside of the University to ensure that money isn’t a barrier to a higher education.
Find your way to us by plane, car, transit or foot, and how to find parking when you get here.
Feel free to contact us by phone, email or in person and get your questions answered. You can also connect with us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Finally, our Student Recruitment Assistants work in our office, study on campus and are excellent resources for a wide variety of topics. Contact us today!