Make friends, share experiences and discover the new world of campus life! Orientation Week at U of T is mostly decentralized, which means that each college and faculty offers its own orientation events.
There are also U of T-wide events including programs for mature students, international students, LGBTQ+ students, students with a disability and more. All of these events will be fun, introduce you to new friends and prepare you for what to expect as a U of T student!
Accessibility Services hosts this three-day program to help you develop skills to meet new academic expectations, learn about academic and co-curricular programs and start building your network on campus.
Whether you are transferring from another post-secondary institution or are continuing your educational journey after time away, you may have specific questions about life at U of T. Join us at a Mature or Transfer student orientation.
Join the Centre for International Experience (Cumberland House) and connect with other international students. And be sure to attend the sessions tagged for international students at your college or faculty orientations.
Indigenous students are welcome to attend the First Nations House orientation, followed by an open house that welcomes all students.
Take part in a week of LGBTQ-focused programming. Make connections, engage in activities and have discussions related to LGBTQ+ communities.