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Open Vic- June 2022

Open Vic provides us with an opportunity to welcome you to the Vic community. This event will help you understand the structures of academic and co-curricular support available to you at Vic, and help you develop connections with members of the Registrar’s Office, Dean’s Office, Principal’s Office, and other members of the Vic community. Details will be emailed to new students in the spring.

Next Steps

Welcome to Vic
Course Selection and Program Information

New students will have access to a Quercus page designed to help you navigate your course selection and ease your transition into university. Quercus is a learning management engine and is the University of Toronto’s primary online teaching and learning platform. Students who have accepted their UofT offer will receive an email on how to access Quercus in May. 

The Faculty of Arts and Science Calendar is a valuable source of information on programs of study, courses, important dates, and the rules/regulations of the Faculty.

Academic Planning
  • Start Strong at UofT is a summer program providing orientation events and workshops to help you prepare for life as a university student 
  • 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 and Academic Advising Office.
Getting Connected
  • 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.
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