U of T is Canada’s largest university with over 70,000 students and is spread across three campuses. According to the Times Higher Education Supplement, 2008, the University of Toronto is one of only five universities worldwide ranked in the top 16 for all fields.
The School of Continuing Studies offers continuing education part-time courses and certificates in Business and Professional Studies, Arts and Science, English as a Second Language, and Languages and Translation. Students can choose among hundreds of courses and more than 37 certificate programs within those four program areas.
The challenge of sustainability is global, providing opportunities for collaboration across disciplines, between academics, governments and business leaders.
In today’s competitive marketplace, a strong economy requires a well-educated and highly skilled workforce. A company’s performance is directly tied to the skills of its employees. We are teaching and training tomorrow’s experts to meet these challenges by providing valuable knowledge, opening new career paths, fuelling economic growth and helping learners achieve their personal and professional goals.
The School of the Environment at the University of Toronto specializes in innovative, completely online, distance education courses and certificate programs for working professionals. Our applied and professional programs are developed in collaboration with industry experts and taught by leading industry practitioners ensuring current and leading edge knowledge and skills. Courses are developed for mid-career professionals and entrepreneurs who need to enhance their expertise, internationally educated professionals augmenting credentials for the Canadian context and recent college and university graduates seeking to advance their careers, enabling all to excel. Make informed decisions: impact your profession.
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 PLA Procedure and Application Form (PDF)
An application for advanced standing may be based on one or both of the following assessment categories, with the exception of courses in the Languages and Arts programs.
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.
Association of Part-Time Undergraduate Students (APUS)
Represents all part-time undergraduate students on all three campuses of the University of Toronto. Works to ensure that part-time undergraduate students have access to the full range of programs, services and resources at the University of Toronto in order to improve the quality of the part-time undergraduate educational experience.
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. Students can access services like discounted TTC Metropasses, used Book Exchange, Health & Dental Plans and a variety of entertainment discounts.
University of Toronto Graduate Students' Union
Represents the interests of graduate students at U of T. Offers services such as TTC Metropass discounts, legal services, International Student Identity Cards and much more.
University of Toronto Scarborough Campus Students' Union
SCSU is the Scarborough Campus Students’ Union, the official representative of all undergraduate students at the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC). SCSU operates the Student Center, owns the Rex’s Den restaurant, and provides a range of services including the Anti-Calendar, bursaries, discount movie passes, discount Metro passes, fax service, graduation photos, the Health & Dental Plan, lockers, photocopying service, and SCSU prizes. We also organize events such as Orientation, Mosaic, Spring Formal, and Spirit Days.
University of Toronto at Mississauga Students' Union
Provides a wide array of services to students on the Mississauga U of T campus such as: discounted photocopying and faxing; a food bank; discounted movie, bowling, and Raptor tickets; a used book exchange; academic advocacy services; a health and dental plan; and the U-PASS Programs (Fall/Spring, and Summer) just to name a few. In addition, they run campaigns to fight for students’ rights, from international issues to local movements.
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.