In most cases, you will need to provide original documentation to accompany your petition to verify the details you provided in your petition statement on eService. If you indicated that you will be providing supporting documentation, your request will not be processed until your documentation is received.
Deadline to submit your documents
You have 10 business days from the date you submit your petition to the Registrar's Office. Write your petition reference number on the upper right hand corner of all your documents. The original form must be submitted, though you may keep photocopy for your own records if desired. Faxes are not accepted.
Supporting documents must be original hard copies and can be submitted in person or through mail, documents cannot be submitted electronically or by fax.
Verification of Student Illness or Injury Form
If you are ill or are injured, you will need to provide medical documentation using U of T's official form. You should seek medical assistance as soon as possible to verify that you were ill at the time of your illness or injury, not after the fact. This form can only be completed by the following practitioners: physician, surgeon, nurse practitioner, psychologist, dental surgeon. Generic doctor's notes will not be accepted.
Students registered with AccessAbility Services at UTSC
If your current illness or injury is not related to your AccessAbility Services registration (e.g., the flu), use the U of T Verification of Student Illness or Injury form.
If your current illness or injury is directly connected to a registered disability with AccessAbility, you may not need this form. Please contact your Consultant as soon as you experience a new occurrence that interferes with your academic obligations to discuss whether you will need this form.
Aside from medical documentation, other statements can certainly be relevant to support the statement you provided in your petition, such as:
- A death certificate or funeral notice
- A police accident report
- Travel ticket or itinerary
- A letter from your employer if you have to work
Under the Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters, the University of Toronto reserves the right to enact tribunal sanctions for students who are convicted of forging documents. This includes, but is not limited to:
- Suspension from attendance in a course, or courses, a program, an academic unit or division, or the University for such a period of time up to five years as may be determined by the Tribunal.
- Expulsion from the University by recommendation by the Tribunal to the President and Governing Council. Expulsion shall mean that the student shall be denied any further registration at the University in any program, and the student's academic record and transcript shall record this sanction permanently.