The College’s UC One program offers first-year students the opportunity to take one of an exciting set of small-enrolment interdisciplinary courses that engage different aspects of Toronto: its communities and their place in Canada, the health of its citizens, its performing arts scene and the culture and politics of its urban sexual diversity.
The program is designed to combine a strong academic orientation with co-curricular components that use Toronto as a laboratory for both humanities and social scientific inquiry.
Leading professors and instructors from University College teach students to engage critically with Toronto and its multicultural communities and understand how their four years at the University can help them make a difference to the world.
Benefits of UC One
- Small class sizes
- Students engage with the city
- Experiential learning opportunities
- Strong academic orientation
UC One for First-Year Students
Learn more about the UC One program for first-year students.