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  • Urshian Khalid joins Student Life

    In February, Urshian Khalid [Ursh] joined Student Life (SL) as Associate Director of the Multi-Faith Centre (MFC), where she will lead all aspects of its operations, services and programming.  “I’m thrilled to have stepped into this role in Student Life, and from what I’ve gathered, into an exceptionally strong program in the MFC with such broad […]

  • Janice Johnson joins S&E and OVPS

    In April, Janice Johnson will be joining both the offices of Spaces & Experiences and the Vice-Provost, Students (OVPS), as Executive Director, Student Housing & Residence Experience.   In this new position, Janice will work closely with Professor Kenneth Corts, Provostial Advisor on Student Residences, to develop and implement a long-term strategy for student residences on the St. […]

  • Robyn Parr joins OVPS

    In April, Robyn Parr is joining the Office of the Vice-Provost, Students (OVPS) as its Executive Director. Robyn will play a crucial role in overseeing policies and procedures for students and student organizations across all three U of T campuses to enhance and support the student experience at various stages of the academic journey, from first to […]

  • The ASKme Program is Back!

    The ASKme program is back, welcoming new students to the St. George campus and answering their questions about U of T. From August 21 – September 15, students will find info booths all over campus, staffed by upper-year students who will share their knowledge with their peers. As staff and faculty, you can wear an […]

  • New APUF Webpage and Application Process

    The Access Strategy & Partnerships Office (ASPO) provides resources and guidance to programs and partners that support students to access and thrive in post-secondary education. Supported by ASPO, the Access Programs University Fund (APUF) recently launched a new webpage featuring a revamped application form and process. For the 2023-24 funding period, applicants from all three […]

  • Navi has expanded!

    Navi is an anonymous chat-based virtual assistant for students wanting to learn more about the mental health supports and services available at U of T. Launched in 2020, Navi now handles more than 3,000 engagements per month. New this year, Navi also can answer questions about tri-campus content most frequently requested by incoming and upper […]