In 2010 the University held a series of tri-campus focus groups addressing the issues of co-curricular student engagement, creating a supportive campus environment and general student satisfaction with the overall experience at the University of Toronto. As a result of the information gathered during these focus groups, several new projects have been implemented at the University of Toronto, including the creation of a Co-Curricular Record, a Mentorship Resource Centre and initiatives to improve timely communications with students.
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The Health Studies Students' Union is now accepting nominations for election to the 2014-2015 student union executive! Nominations must be completed no later than 11:59 PM on Tuesday March 18, 2014. The election will be held beginning Friday March 21, 2014 at 12:00 AM and ending Thursday March 27, 2014 with results announced Friday March 28, 2014.
Students may use this form to apply for all Canadian Studies scholarships. Please fill out only one form per student; check off each scholarship for which you wish to be considered.
If you prefer to fill out hard copies, they may be submitted to the University College Programs Office, Room 173, by mail or in person.
Canadian Studies recognizes student achievements each year through awards and prizes. For details, please contact the Canadian Studies Program Assistant at 416-978-8083 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Norma Epstein Foundation Awards for Creative Writing
National Literary Contest for University Students
(Open only to students currently registered in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at a Canadian university)
Please fill in a form for each entry and attach your submission below (in Word or PDF format). If you prefer to provide hardcopies, drop them off or mail them to: