Compilation of Every Online Resource Ever*

At a school as big as U of T, there is a lot of information. Students (incoming and current) often don’t know where to look for answers to their questions. Though your college registrar’s office is a great resource and a place you should familiarize yourself with, many of the answers that students look for can be found if you know which online resource to check.

Here is a list of online resources to check to help with course enrollment, student life, academics, and much more. 

  • Askastudent
    • A student blogger answers other students’ questions.
    • Use if your question isn’t very urgent.
  • Campus Map
    • Interactive map that allows you to insert a building code and find the location of the building on campus.
    • Ex. Typing in “IN” pulls up the Innis College building and its location on campus.
  • Career Learning Network
    • Where to go to find work-study, on campus, off campus, and casual jobs.
  • Center for International Experience
    • Where to go for all things international.
    • Including services for international students and information on exchange programs at U of T.
  • Classfind
    • Really cool website that shows you exactly how to get to class.
    • Type in the room code and instructions with photos appear!
  • Course Finder
    • Find a course and all the associated information (room number, instructor name, current number of students enrolled, etc.)
  • Current Artsci Student Website
    • Where you’ll find all the information you need regarding course enrollment.
    • Including when you’ll be able to view your start time, how to add a subject POSt, and more!
    • Also information on exams, transcripts, how to file a petition, and more!
  • Degree Explorer
    • Check your degree progress.
    • Use as a planner to input future potential courses and see if they’ll help you finish your degree.
  • Faculty of Arts and Science Calendar
    • Find information on courses and programs.
  • Food Services (UEat)
    • Find information on the different food vendors on campus.
    • Buy a meal plan/ flex dollars from here.
  • Health and Wellness
  • Student Life
    • Where you’ll find all the information regarding anything non-academic.
    • Including health and wellness, the multifaith centre, accessibility services, and more!
  • T-Card Office
  • Timetable
    • Incredibly handy tool that allows you to look up courses and see all the relevant info (including when and where the course takes place).
    • You can also make a timetable/ schedule with this tool.
  • Transfer Explorer
    • Where you can find out course equivalents from other schools to U of T and vice versa.
  • ULife
    • A list of all the clubs and organizations at U of T
  • UTSU
    • University of Toronto Student Union
    • They have tons of info on their website about clubs, healthcare, and events.

*definitely not EVERY resource EVER, but pretty close.

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