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Student Experience & Wellbeing Certificate

Student Experience & Wellbeing Certificate

The Student Experience & Wellbeing Certificate enhances a student's life skills, employable skills, and helps them succeed during their UTSC student experience. Through a combination of workshops, events, and co-curricular activities, participants will leave having lived experiences, opportunities to connect with peers, and contribute to the local community. Students also have the opportunity to receive Co-Curricular Record (CCR) recognition!  

This program is open to all current U of T students (undergraduate and graduate students). After each eligible workshop, you must complete the Workshop Reflection Form

About the OSEW Certificate

To receive the certificate, participants must: 
• Attend a minimum of four workshops, one workshop from each of the four categories  
• Complete a reflection for each workshop you attend 
Certificate workshops are divided into four categories: academic; career & personal development; community; and wellness. Make sure to check out the CLNx event descriptions to see which category the workshops count toward! 
 
Academic - Academic workshops will focus on skills, information and resources to help you in your academic experience.  
 
Career & Personal Development - Career & Personal Development workshops will focus skills and information to help you in pursuing your career and personal goals. 
 
Community - Community workshops will focus on skills, information and opportunities to connect with and contribute to the UTSC community and greater Scarborough community.  
 
Wellness - Wellness workshops will focus on skills, information and opportunities to cultivate your mental, physical and spiritual wellness.  
Students are eligible to receive Co-Curricular Record recognition by attending 4 workshops (1 from each category) and completing a reflection for each workshop by the end of the Winter semester.  
 
CCR recognition will be administered at the end of the Winter semester, and will be added by the Student Experience & Wellbeing Certificate Committee. 

Events that are eligible will include a note in the event description. The event description will also note the workshop category. Past events may also count toward the Student Experience & Wellbeing Certificate. Check the event description to make sure!

The following departments have partnered to offer workshops and events that will count toward the Student & Experience Wellbeing Certificate. To find a Student Experience & Wellbeing Certificate workshop, check out each department’s calendar of events.