Guidance Counsellor Day

2019 Guidance Counsellor Day | April 9, 2019, 9am – 2:30pm

Registration is now open at


8:30am – 9am Refreshments and Check-in (Highland Hall Ground Floor Lobby)
9am – 10:30am Session 1

University of Toronto Scarborough Admissions and Program Update

Discover all that U of T Scarborough has to offer, including programs of study and admissions information. In addition, we will walk you through the admissions process and let you experience first-hand what students see in their JOIN U of T portal after they have been admitted.

10:30am – 10:45am BREAK
10:45am – 11:30am Session 2

Indigeneity at U of T Scarborough and Beyond

Using a sharing circle approach, this discussion will focus on allyship, as well as how to build relationships with indigenous students and develop community both on and off campus.

11:30am – 11:45am BREAK
11:45am – 12:30pm Session 3

OSAP Information Session

This session will address the recent changes to OSAP for 2019–20 and what it means for your students. Following the session will be a question period where you will be able inquire about financial aid options for University of Toronto Scarborough students.

12:30pm – 2:00pm Lunch (meal provided by U of T Scarborough)
2:00pm U of T Scarborough Campus Tour (optional)

2018 Guidance Counsellor Day

Thanks to all who attended the 2018 Guidance Counsellor Day. Presentations and a copy of last year's schedule can be found below.

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2018 Guidance Counsellor Day Program

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KEYNOTE: Learning in the 21st century — Why it's different, why it matters and how to help children thrive through the paradigmatic shifts of the rapidly evolving digital world

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U of T Scarborough Admissions and Recruitment Update

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Preparing racialized high school students for management programs

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U of T Scarborough for beginners

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Transition planning for students with disabilities

Admission received, what's next for international students from Canadian high schools? (presentation to come)    

Feedback and Follow-up Questions

If you have any follow-up questions, please contact Elise Miller at