Just In Time slides
Here’s where you can find the current slides displayed in classrooms and on TV screens around campus. Don’t miss out on important dates, workshops and opportunities.
World Cup action at Hart House
Cheer on your favourite team in the Reading Room at Hart House
To July 14
Hart House will also be hosting a viewing party, complete with bar service and food and beverage menus, for the Final on July 15.
- Develop an action plan to find off-campus housing
- Understand your rights as a tenant
- Take home a toolkit to help get you started
June 26 & 28 plus dates in July & August
3 – 4 pm
Student Success Centre
214 College Street
Register at uoft.me/HSEvents
Post-Graduation Work Permit Info Session
Are you almost finished with your degree requirements and want to work in Canada after you graduate?
You may be eligible for an open work permit valid for up to three years.
Visit website for dates & times: uoft.me/cie-events
July 1st is Canada Day!
University offices, services and libraries will be closed Monday, July 2.
Hart House will be open with some reduced hours.
Important Dates: July 9 & 30
Last day to add or make a section change in a summer S-series course.
St. George July 9 (Architecture, Arts & Science, Engineering)
UTM July 9
UTSC July 30
Discover the calm, confident you.
Free sessions every Thursday in June
Multi-Faith Centre, Room 207
Summer Workshops at Academic Success
- Skills to Improve your Concentration & Memory Tuesday, July 10
- Critical Thinking, Reading & Note-taking Tuesday, July 17
- Managing Procrastination & Increasing Motivation Tuesday, July 24
- Preparing for Exams & Managing Exam Anxiety Tuesday, July 31
Hart House Craft Beer Festival
Thursday, August 2, 7:00 p.m.
Where the craft of beer meets to art of the BBQ.
$49 + tax, Non-student
$43 – tax, Student
Admission restricted to 19+ years. Rain or shine event.
More info, tickets and box office details at www.harthouse.ca/craft
Off-Campus Housing Finder
Housing has a new housing and roommate service that’s fast, easy to use and mobile-friendly.
Dealing with a difficult grad school situation?
On campus or out of town, we can help.
Talk to a trained Grad2Grad Peer Advisor over Skype, phone or in person for confidential and informal advice – grad to grad.
No issue is too small to discuss.
Join informal, small group sessions that bring together current students, recent grads and a career educator to talk about:
- Exploring career options
- Career decision making
- Job searching
No registration required. Light snacks provided.
Thursdays, 4 – 5 p.m.
There’s help at the library
Research consultations in person, by phone, email and chat.
Old exams, academic skills workshops and inter-library loans.