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.

Exam dates

St. George

Dec. 8 – 20  Engineering
Dec. 9 – 20  Architecture, Arts & Science, Kinesiology
Dec. 11 – 20  Music

UTM  Dec. 7 – 19

UTSC  Dec. 7 – 20


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Repaying your OSAP loans

Two information sessions to choose from:
Tuesday, November 21, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. or 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.

Location:  University College (15 King’s College Circle), Room 179

Sponsored by the University of Toronto, Enrolment Services & the National Loans Services Centre

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Multi-Faith Perspectives on Trans Inclusion

November 21, 7 – 8:30 p.m.
Activity Room, Multi-Faith Centre

Hear trans voices from different religious/ spiritual traditions who are exploring the intersection of trans identities and religious life.



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Global Commons

Achieving Peaceful Pluralism in a Globalized World

Presented in partnership with Munk School of Global Affairs and Centre for International Experience, University of Toronto

November 23, 2017
February 1, 2018
March 1, 2018

Registration required

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Permanent Residency Info Session

Want to stay in Canada after graduation?

Learn about permanent residency programs

  • The Express Entry program
  • Eligibility
  • Processing times and more

November 23, 1 – 3 p.m.
Banting Institute, Room 131

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United We Stand, United We Take the Knee

Is there room for protest and activism in sport? Join us for a discussion about the recent anthem protests and the broader history of athletes standing up to social injustice with Dr. Janelle Joseph, Coach Greg Gary, Alumni Alex Malone and more.

Monday, November 27, 6 – 8 p.m.
Music Room, Hart House

Free / Register online


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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 and times

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Deconstructing Communit(ies); Intersecting Identities

Thursday, November 20, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
East Common Room, Hart House

Join the conversation: #HartHouseHumanLibrary

More info and registration:


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Fight Like a Girl

Self-Defence Workshop & Talk

Join Martial Smarts in a critical discussion of why a workshop like this is even necessary and learn the essentials of self-defence from Ryhana Dawood.

Friday, December 1, 6 – 9 p.m.
Activities Room, Hart House
$5 deposit to be returned at the event / Register at the Hart House Information Hub

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Join the Hart House Senior Members Committee by ringing in the winter season with songs performed by University of Toronto campus choirs, musicians and soloists.

Friday, December 1, 6 – 7:30 p.m.
East Common Room, Hart House

Free / Registration required

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Staying Resilient and Managing Stress

Develop a plan to balance your life and course work for a successful and less-stressful end of term.

Wed. Dec. 6, 5:15 – 7 pm
Blackburn Room, 4th floor, Robarts Library


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Alternative Reading Week

February 20 – 22, 2018

Immerse yourself in three days of volunteering with community organizations. Make meaningful contributions, build relationships and learn more about the City of Toronto.

Registration now open.

CCR recognized!


Connect with Counseline

Feeling anxious? Having difficulty concentrating on school? Do you worry about substance misuse? 

Need someone to talk to? We can help.

Online and face-to-face counselling.

Call us at 416-946-5117 to set up an appointment.


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Board Game Café

Get on board!

Tuesdays, 3 – 5 p.m.
Reading Room, Hart House


Board games are a great icebreaker that allow you to connect without that pesky awkward small talk! Come join for games, tea, fun and friendly competition.

This event is offered in partnership with Pair-A-Dice Gaming

More info:


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There’s help at the library

Research consultations in person, by phone, email and chat. 

Old exams, academic skills workshops and inter-library loans.

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Feeling unwell with an exam or assignment due?

Visit a licensed Canadian medical practitioner IN PERSON to have the Verification of Student Illness form signed.

Check-ups conducted over the phone or websites selling fraudulent doctors’ notes will land you in violation of the Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters



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Good 2 Talk

Post-Secondary Student Helpline

Get free, confidential help with mental health and addiction issues.

Call 1- 866-925-5454

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Answers not included!

Find past exams for Arts & Science and Engineering courses online anytime.

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