Welcome to St Mike’s: What’s On
“Walk and Talk” Welcome Sessions
Attend our Walk and Talk Welcome Sessions for Newly Admitted Students Saturday, June 15, 2013
Academic Orientation Sessions
Register for one of three Academic Orientation Sessions for Newly Admitted Students
“Walk and Talk” Welcome Event | Saturday, June 15
Students who have received an offer of admission to St. Michael’s College are invited to attend our “Walk and Talk” sessions on Saturday, June 15. Meet staff from the college, the residences and the U of T. Meet senior St. Mike’s students. Hear greetings from the Principal. Get advice from a professor who teaches first year students. Ask the Registrar questions. Tour the St. George campus or the residences. Learn about Kelly Library and the extensive U of T library system.
Events are scheduled all day and you can pick and choose according to your interest. There will be a one hour break midday when you can grab a bite nearby. Most of the activity is in Brennan Hall right in the centre of the St. Mike’s campus.
Throughout the day there will be ample opportunity to speak with staff and students who will be pleased to answer your questions.
If you have any questions, please contact Grace Chiodo, Associate Registrar email@example.com
Students usually attend one of the sessions with the Principal and the Registrar in Sam Sorbara Auditorium. Capacity in the auditorium is limited to 350 so you will need to register for the morning or afternoon session. Both sessions are identical. Due to space limitations, there is a limit of two guests per student.
Register for either the morning or afternoon session with the Principal and the Registrar
Academic Orientation Sessions | July 16, 24, 29
- Tuesday, July 16, 2:00pm - 4:00pm
- Wednesday, July 24, 10:00am - 12:00pm
- Monday, July 29, 5:30 - 7:30pm
All three sessions are identical and take place in Muzzo Family Alumni Hall, Room 400, 121 St Joseph Street.
Register for one of three sessions
Attend the spring SMC Welcome Event and Academic Orientation Session on Saturday, June 15 or an Academic Orientation Session on Tuesday, July 16, Wednesday, July 24 or Monday, July 29.
If you cannot attend any of these sessions at the College, much of the information may be found on our website. Check the Newly Admitted Bulletins page.
Students admitted into First Year will begin to enrol in their courses on Tuesday, July 30. View your start time on ROSI beginning Monday, July 22. Transfer students admitted into Second or Third Year register earlier. Check online the Faculty of Arts & Science Registration Handbook and Timetable. Familiarize yourself with ROSI - UofT's online registration and records system.
We expect that you will have web access on your start date and time. Course selection continues until mid September but students who delay selecting courses may find some courses and labs filled.
Make sure that you have adequate funding available to cover your costs for the upcoming year. Budget prudently. If you are an Ontario resident and require financial assistance, apply for the Ontario Student Assistance Plan (OSAP) as early as possible and no later than mid June in order to ensure a response prior to September.
If you are from out of province, check with your local funding agency about relevant deadlines.
Pay 65% of your first installment of your academic tuition fee OR defer your fees by Tuesday, August 20. Instructions will be in the online 2013-2014 Registration Handbook and Timetable.
If you are accepting an offer to residence, be sure to pay your minimum installment according to the instructions in your acceptance letter.
If you have confirmed your interest in housing on the MyRes Application, look for your offer sent via email from the SMC Residence or Loretto College within two weeks.
Please make sure your email settings accept emails and attachments from addresses with a ‘utoronto.ca’ domain (check your ‘junk’ box regularly just in case).
Make sure you accept your residence offer and pay your deposit by the stated deadline.
If you require housing off campus, the UofT Student Housing Services will be able to assist you in your search.
Beginning in June, obtain your UofT student card (TCard)
(You don’t need your TCard or your UofT email account in order to select courses.)
Watch for information about SMC Orientation Week on the SMC Newly Admitted Students website.
Classes begin Monday, September 9.
What’s New: Bulletins
Check Back for These Upcoming Bulletins
Bulletin 1: Overview: Calendar and Timetable, Information Sessions and Orientations, Registrar's Office »
Bulletin 2: Making Sense of the Calendar and Timetable »
Bulletin 3: Determining the best combination of courses for first year »
Bulletin 4: More about determining courses, knowledge of English, functional preparation »
Bulletin 5: Three interesting possibilities available only in first year
Bulletin 6: Course selection for first year students begins on July ?? »
Freshman Orientation 2013: As a newly admitted SMC student, you are invited to attend the best week of your life: SMC Frosh Week 2013 »