Resources for Newly Admitted Students

Welcome Class of 2020!

The College welcomes and invites you to live out your vocations as energetic and intellectually serious students seeking knowledge, truth, and goodness across a remarkable array of disciplines and programs. In choosing St. Mike’s, you are a member of a flourishing and distinctive college community that’s part of one of the world’s great research universities.

Below you will find information that you may find helpful in beginning your journey at USMC.

Orientation Week

Orientation Week is a an opportunity for all new students to participate in a week of fun-filled and informative events which will focus on academic success, making new friends and finding a home away from home at St. Mike’s.

Orientation Week starts Tuesday September 6th and ends Saturday September 10th. Join us for carnival games, a library scavenger hunt, Academic orientation, social events, Food Truck frenzies, Toronto tour buses and a pep rally introducing our new College Mascot!

Registration and information can be found at

If you’re a commuter student and you’re looking to find your way around campus before the back to school rush, consider attending Commuter Student Day on Wednesday August 31st. Meet the St. Mike’s  Commuter Dons and St. Michael’s College Student Union Community Life Commission who have planned a fun day of activities to help you get to know campus and tips and tricks to commuter success!

Registration and information can be found at

Resources and Support

We’ve compiled a list of resources to  help you make the most of your experience here at St. Michael’s.

Next Steps and FAQs

We encourage all newly admitted students to become familiar with the Newly Admitted Students page. On this page, you will find helpful information regarding course selection, residences, financial planning and paying your fees, and other topics that are important to you.

Students are also advised to carefully read the Frequently Asked Questions page.


Parents can visit the University of St. Michael’s College to hear about the services and resources available for their son/daughter, meet University faculty & staff and tour St. Michael’s campus at our Parent Orientation Day event.

For Parents who have a student in Residence, please be sure to read this page.

International Experience

International students, or Canadian students seeking an international experience (e.g Semester Abroad) will find the Centre for International Experience useful.

For more information visit:

Campus Ministry

Campus Ministry seeks to energize social and spiritual dimensions of campus life and form student leaders in the context of faith formation and discernment through creative engagement with the local collegiate Church and the wider universal Catholic community. Find out more: 

Undergraduate Gateway

For a complete list of resources for Undergraduate Students, see our Undergraduate Gateway.