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Next Steps

Be sure to visit the Faculty of Arts and Science New Student Guide and view the 2020-2021 Fall/Winter Calendar and Registration Instructions & Timetable (available at the end of June). These pages are your best reference for information about degree requirements, courses, programs, deadlines and much more, so it’s important to get to know them.

Join the Vic Class of 2024 Facebook group and meet your fellow classmates! 

Save the dates - June 23-26, 2020

We're excited to offer a 4-day virtual Open Vic (our welcome event for new students). There will be sessions on academic and learning support, student life and residence, information for parents, and many opportunities for you to interact with each other, current students, faculty and alumni! Registration details will be posted soon!

Information on this page will be updated regularly, so be sure to bookmark this page! 

Welcome to Vic
Academic Planning
  • Once you accept our offer, you will receive an email from the Registrar's Office giving you access to Quercus, UofT’s online learning management system. We will share information with you about getting ready for your first year, including choosing courses, exploring programs, paying your fees, and connecting with exciting opportunities. 
     
  • Join us Wednesdays from 9:15-10am EDT and Thursdays from 2:15-3pm EDT for live Q&A sessions, where Vic academic advisors discuss first-year courses and programs. Details on how to join these sessions will be posted in Quercus.

  • The Faculty of Arts & Science New Student Guide is a great resource that will guide you through a step-by-step process once you've accepted your offer to UofT.

  • Vic has a Small Class Requirement, where incoming first-year students must enrol in a small class. This includes Vic One, Vic One Hundreds, or a First-Year Foundation One course offered through the Faculty of Arts & Science.

  • Transfer Credits- Please see your Join UofT Portal account for detailed instructions on your expected transfer credits. If you have questions after you have received your transfer credit assessment, connect with the Registrar's Office.
Registration
  • Signing up for Courses- Course enrolment begins July 23, 2020. You can view your start time as early as July 2.
  • Paying your fees- A minimum payment will be required to ensure your registration for the Fall/Winter semester. Details will be displayed on your financial invoice after you select courses. The minimum payment to register is due September 2, 2020.
Getting Connected
  • Starting June 1, 2020, you will be able to obtain your UTORid and U of T email virtually. We encourage you to book an appointment early! For details, visit tcard.utoronto.ca.

  • First-Year Learning Communities: The First-Year Learning Communities (FLC) Program in the Faculty of Arts and Science is designed to improve the transitional experience for first-year students. You will develop friendships, form study groups, and develop academic and personal skills. Victoria College sponsors two FLC groups in the Life Sciences. Open to all first-year students registered in FAS, you can also find FLC groups for Actuarial Science, Computer Science, Economics, Rotman Commerce, Mathematics and Social Science.
    There is no cost to participate. Applications for FLC will be available early June. Space is limited so apply early.
Life at Vic

Information on this page will be updated regularly, so be sure to bookmark this page! 

Connect with Us

If you have any questions about Victoria College, please contact us at the Registrar’s Office. We are here to provide you with advice on course selection, your program of study, scholarships and financial aid, and any matters related to your studies at the University of Toronto.

Contact the Registrar's Office

The Office of the Dean of Students is filled with dedicated staff to support you as you navigate your transition to university life, from residence questions, to finding community, and making connections.

Contact the Dean's Office