Moving Forward Summer Transition Program
Get a head start on your transition to university!
The Moving Forward Summer Transition Program is a week long orientation event for students who identify as having a disability, entering their first year at U of T.
Every student transitioning to university faces challenges, and we appreciate that as students with disabilities your transition might be impacted in different ways. We highly encourage and invite you to participate in this orientation week to discover strategies for managing life in and out of the classroom, learn about the campus culture and structures, and gain academic skills for producing university-quality work. Most importantly, you'll meet a community of peers that you may see in your classes or at events, and gain some insight into the student life here at U of T!
All graduating high school students are eligible no matter what university they plan to attend.
Topics and activities
Students who attend this engaging workshop will develop skills to achieve their goals and learn what is expected of them at a university level.
Topics and activities include:
- Note-taking strategies
- Time management and organization
- Critical reading and writing
- Study strategies and memory
- Test and exam strategies
- Adaptive technology
- Succeeding at university with a disability
- Managing the bureaucracy
- Accessing support services
- Campus tour
Monday, August 28 to September 1, 2017 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
To register, please complete the registration form found online at uoft.me/MovingForward17.
There is no fee to attend. Registration will remain open until Friday, August 18.