Founded in 1827, the University of Toronto has evolved into Canada’s leading institution of learning, discovery and knowledge creation. They are proud to be one of the world’s top research-intensive universities, driven to invent and innovate.

Their students have the opportunity to learn from and work with preeminent thought leaders through their multidisciplinary network of teaching and research faculty, alumni and partners. The ideas, innovations and actions of more than 560,000 graduates continue to have a positive impact on the world.

School of Continuing Studies

At the University of Toronto – School of Continuing Studies (SCS), they celebrate the continuous journey towards knowledge, expansion and new understandings. They are there to help you step up and take ownership of your future, again and again.

Their roster of over 50 program areas, 800 courses, and more than 110 certificates across a wide range of fields gives you the opportunity to customize your unique learning path. Whether you are looking to upgrade your skills, learn a new language, feed a curiosity, or take your career to the next level, they are there to help you journey forward. They also know that flexibility is key to learning success, and offer over 540 online learning options.

Learning is a vital lifelong process. Keep exploring and own your future.

University of Toronto Academic Advising
Student academic advising is available for free from qualified professional advisors, and through formal university-sponsored student support programs.

University of Toronto – Credit Transfer Information
If you have completed college or university studies, AP, IB, GCE, CAPE, or French Baccalaureate examinations, you may be eligible for transfer credit at the University of Toronto.

University of Toronto Tutorial Services
Victoria College offers free tutorial assistance to students and assistance with academic advising or questions about other academic support resources.

University of Toronto Libraries
Access popular databases and research guides with this search tool.

University of Toronto – First Nations House
First Nations House provides a number of culturally supportive student services and programs to Aboriginal students and the general university community.

University of Toronto Accessibility Services
If you have a disability, U of T has a number of services to support you in every aspect of your schooling.  This includes financial aid, note-taking help, and assistance getting around campus.

University of Toronto Students’ Union
The U of T Students’ Union coordinate events, services and campaigns for undergraduate students at U of T. Events include Orientation, Winterfest, U.T.S.U.’s Got You and eXpression Against Oppression. 

Resources on How to Study Online Successfully (SOS)

DepartmentResource NameTypeDescriptionLink
Ontario Institute for Studies in EducationOnline Learning ResourcesWebsite with text, images & videosThis series of blog posts helps learners understand online formats, prepare for a unique online learning experience and explore student expectations.Click here
Digital Learning InnovationGetting Ready for OnlineArticleThis resource has been developed to introduce students to tips and strategies for online learning success. It includes a digital skills and technical requirements check, and helps students who are asking: How can I prepare to be successful? What can I do to make a strong start? Over the semester how do I stay motivated and track my progress?Click here
International Foundation Program9 Tips to Level Up Your Online LearningArticleThis blog article outlines tips for staying productive during online classes. It covers setting up a workspace that is comfortable, quiet and free of distractions; engaging in class discussions; tracking what has been completed; setting up a routine that works; communicating with family and household members; connecting with instructors and staff; breaking down goals into mini-goals; scheduling self-care time; and balancing all of these tips. The article emphasizes the importance of finding what works best for an individual student, and not trying to do too much too soon.Click here