The ASKme program provides answers to students' frequently asked questions during orientation and the first few weeks of the semester. The ASKme program creates a friendly and welcoming community for new students arriving at the U of T Scarborough campus.
Make the most of your student experience and get started on the right track! Learn how to find your way around campus, pick out the best places to eat, where the quiet study spaces are, and more.
You have questions. We have answers. A list of frequently asked questions are below for your convenience and you can always drop by our office in the Arts & Administration building (AA152), call us: 416-208-4760 or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is a UTORid?
Your UTORid is an 8 digit code that allows you access to university computers and online systems such as email and portals. Find your UTORid on your TCard.
To activate it, visit utorid.utoronto.caand go to ACTIVATE and use the secret activation key (SAK) issued by the TCard office at the time you receive your TCard.
Computer and email related support is available for students at Information and Instructional Technology Services.
Student Help Desk
Location: Bladen Wing (BV487), Instructional Centre (IC35), Library
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: clnx.utoronto.ca/ccr
Where do I learn more about fees, financial aid and scholarships?
The Registrar's Office is a resource for students with questions about fees, financial aid and scholarships.
For more information about paying your fees, fee deferral, OSAP funding, and awards and bursaries, you can connect with the Registrar's Office in the following ways:
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.
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.
You can access online job listings on the Career Learning Network (CLN): cln.utoronto.ca
You will need to have activated your UTORid to access the job listings.
For questions about your job search, visit the Academic Advising & Career Centre in the Academic Resource Centre (AC213).
What is the Career Learning Network (CLN)?
The Career Learning Network (CLN) is an online portal for student jobs, events, programs, and services. CLN is a tri-campus platform and key resource for students to search for a variety of opportunities to get involved on campus.
To access CLN, use your UTORid and password. Visit cln.utoronto.ca and explore the many was to make the most of your student experience.
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 clnx.utoronto.ca/home to learn more.
What opportunities are there to get involved in sport, recreation and physical activity on campus?
U of T Scarborough is home to the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre, where you can find the Department of Athletics & Recreation. TPASC is a state-of-the-art facility with over 300,000 square feet dedicated to sports, fitness, and recreation. The Department of Athletics & Recreation offers a variety of programming for individuals of all fitness and ability levels, both on and off-campus.