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Two work-study students with Athletics & Recreation at U of T Scarborough

Q&A with Graciel Ballesteros

Graciel is a fifth-year student in the life sciences program doing a double major in neuroscience and psychology. Outside the classroom Graciel is a work-study student with Athletics & Recreation in an Outreach Coordinator role. This Q&A series explores the work-study and volunteer opportunities available to U of T Scarborough students. Read More
View looking inside the fitness centre of the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre at U of T Scarborough
Snowy day at U of T Scarborough with students walking up path
U of T Scarborough students participating in a group activity

Upcoming Funding Deadline: January 12, 2018

If you’re working on a project that improves the quality of student life or interested in participating in an academic conference, there are funding opportunities available to you. Learn more about the eligibility requirements and proposal guidelines. Read More
U of T Scarborough students walking on a winter day

Five Festive Things You Can Do Over the Holiday Break

The end of the semester and holidays are approaching fast which means there are plenty of fun things to do around Toronto. From toboganning to the Toronto Christmas Market, check out some of the festive things you can do over the holiday break. Read More
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Academic Support and Resources Outside the Classroom

The Academic Advising & Career Centre and the Centre for Teaching & Learning offer a range of programs and services to support academic success. If your marks are lower than expected or if you find your class material confusing, explore the many academic resources available to you. Read More
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Mental Wellness Month at U of T Scarborough

October is Mental Wellness Month at U of T Scarborough and began with the Mental Health Understood Fair. Students had the opportunity to familiarize themselves with mental health resources offered by administrative departments, student groups and community organizations. Read More
U of T Scarborough students walking outside on campus in the fall

Reading Week Programs – Fall 2017

The school year has just begun but it’s already time for Reading Week. If you’re searching for fun activities to do or want to take a break from studying, there are plenty of programs, workshops and events happening during Reading Week. Read More
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Upcoming Funding Deadline: October 13, 2017

Are you travelling for an academic conference or research activity this year? Are you working on a new initiative that enhances the student experience on campus? There are funding opportunities available to you. Read More
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ASKme Answers Students' Frequently Asked Questions

To help students get started on the right track, the ASKme program will run from Monday, August 28 to Friday, September 15. Look for our ASKme Ambassadors – made up of students, staff and faculty – wearing an orange ASKme button around campus. Read More

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