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.

Building Resilience in Faith Communities: Muslim-Jewish Circle

  • Explore resilience through a faith lens
  • Develop protective factors for personal well-being
  • Identify community resources that support resilience

Tuesdays, 5:15 – 6:45 p.m., January 22 – February 12

Koffler Student Services Centre, Room KS313

Please register:

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Life Management Series: Juggling School & Family Life

Thursday, January 24, 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.

This self awareness session will help you:

  • Understand the feelings of guilt that arise as a result of role conflict
  • Juggle your student life with family responsibilities
  • Convert feelings of being overwhelmed into feelings of action

Pizza lunch will be provided.

Register at

Family Care Office

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Winter Warm Up: Skating & Social

January 24, 6 – 8 p.m.

Varsity Centre Pavillion, enter from Devonshire Place.

  • No experience necessary. Skate rentals included.
  • Come for free skate with hot chocolate & snacks
  • Meet new people & enjoy fun intercultural activities
  • Bring your Tcard

Register with under Events & Workshops Calendar> Leadership, Mentorship & Clubs

Access & Inclusion Peer Programs, Student & Campus Community Development, Student Life

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Healing the Soul with Art & Story

A workshop series for female-identified students of all backgrounds.

  • Explore faith and spirituality while creating journals for healing and growth
  • Enjoy art, storytelling and food with new friends

Thursdays from 6 – 8 p.m., January 24 to February 14

Koffler Student Services Centre, 24 College Street, Room KS313

To register, please email at

Multi-Faith Centre, Student Life

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Do you have Imposter Syndrome?

  • Do you doubt your abilities or feel you don’t deserve to be at university?
  • These feelings are not unusual – but seldom discussed!
  • Let’s explore how to lessen the impact of this common phenomenon.

January 25, 4 – 6 p.m., CIE, 33 St. George Street

Register at (Under Events & Workshops Calender>Leadership, Mentorship & Clubs)

Access & Inclusion Peer Programs, Student & Campus Community Development, Student Life

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Experience a Sound Bath

Practitioner Jesse Buck shares a Crystal Quartz Singing Bowl Sound Journey

Includes guided meditations, breath work & visualization

Enjoy relaxation & rejuvenation

January 29, 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.

Koffler House, Multi-Faith Centre, Room 208, 569 Spadina Crescent

Register at

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Let’s Get Organized!

Get the tools & skills necessary for political organizing.

Three political organizers share skills you can use.

You can creat change – let’s get going!

Register with under Events & Workshops Calendar> Leadership, Mentorship & Clubs

Access & Inclusion Peer Programs, Student & Campus Community Development, Student Life

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Study abroad this summer


Complete a course credit while you visit another country.

Worldwide locations. Funding available.

Information sessions on now!

Apply by February 1

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Student Engagement in the Arts Award

The U of T SEAAs celebrate outstanding contributions to the U of T arts community!

Application deadline is February 1, 2019.

Awards will be presented in March 2019.

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The Ugly Black Woman

Reflections in Song and Discussion

With Nicky Lawrence

Friday, February 1, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Hart House Great Hall

This event is supported by the Hart House Music and Theatre programs in association with the Hart House Black Futures initiatives.

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Night of Ideas: Facing the Present

February 2, 7 p.m. – 2 a.m.

Hart House and Art Museum at the University of Toronto


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Working in Canada


  • Learn about your legal rights and obligations when it comes to working in Canada.
  • Different types of work permits/work-authorizations
  • Eligibility criteria for co-op, off- and on-campus employment
  • Getting a social insurance number (SIN)
  • Amending your study permit if it does not authorize you to work

And more!

Register today

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Build coping skills & thrive.

Manage negative feelings & achieve balanced thinking.

Tuesdays and Fridays, Noon – 1:30 p.m.

Check out the dates on our website

To register for the workshops, visit the Health & Wellness Centre, or call 416-978-8030

Health & Wellness Centre: Better Starts Here

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UHIP Office drop-in hours

The University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) Office is changing its hours.

Please drop by from Monday to Friday, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Bring us your health insurance questions!

Appointments can be scheduled outside of these hours by emailing

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Develop your writing skills

At your college or faculty writing centre.

Advice on planning, organizing, writing and revising assignments in all subject areas.

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The Language Exchange welcomes you!

Share your language! Practice a new language!

Join us every Thursday from 4:50 – 6:00 p.m.

Centre for International Experience, 33 St. George Street

Centre for International Experience, Student Life

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Sexual Violence Education and Prevention Training

Online sexual violence education and prevention training is now available to all students, staff and faculty members.

Learn more at

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English Conversation for Grads

Are you a multilingual grad student or postdoctoral fellow?

Join informal conversations to build confidence in speaking idiomatic English.

Check out all the ECCG locations and dates:

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U of T has a new Smoke-Free Policy

Find out what this means for you at

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