Join us Saturday February 28th for our annual tri-campus conference for all first-generation students!
It's a great opportunity to meet other students and mentors, network with first-gen alumni, and attend amazing sessions!
Registration for the conference is now closed. Please contact email@example.com for details or to unbook.
For more information, visit: uoft.me/trailblazers.
Here, you will find information about the learning, leadership, and social events happening within the next 2 weeks. Please check back for those happening later.
This Learning Event will be offered twice: Monday March 2nd (5-7pm, BA 2185) OR Friday March 6th (2-4pm, Career Centre Seminar Room)
Everyone procrastinates! You know what you should be doing, but for some reason you can’t cross things off your to-do list. Through this interactive workshop, you will examine the complex reasons for procrastination and discover strategies to reduce stress and focus on important academic and life goals.
Being the first in your family to pursue post-secondary education (a first-generation student) is something to be proud of! First generation students are building their own legacy, and the First in the Family program at U of T is here to support them in their endeavours.
Join an inclusive academic community and gain access to resources and support through the First in the Family Mentorship Program.
- If your parents or guardian(s) did not complete post-secondary
education, you are a first-generation student
- If your parents attended post-secondary education outside of
Canada, you are still eligible for this program
- If your sibling(s) attended post-secondary institutions, but your
parents or guardian(s) did not, you are still considered first
Interested in joining the program in 2014-2015?
Registration is still open!
You might also want to learn more about the program.
We are thrilled to introduce an amazing team of mentors for the 2014/2015 year!
The St. George First in the Family mentoring program is part of the tri-campus First Generation Retention and Success Project, an initiative funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. In addition to our partners at Student Affairs and Services at UTM, the Office of Student Affairs at UTSC, and the Colleges on the St. George campus, the program is a collaborative initiative between the Division of Student Life Programs and Services, and the Faculty of Arts.