Join other first-year students in the Faculty of Arts & Science during Program Engagement at U of T (PRE U of T) for an orientation to your area of study.
PRE U of T
What will you do?
PRE UofT is a 1.5-hour intercollegiate Orientation event for students from across the Faculty of Arts & Sciences. The program is open to students from all colleges (Innis, New, Trinity, University College, Woodsworth, etc.). The program is designed to introduce you to your area of academic study, help you learn strategies for success, and offer you an opportunity to connect with upper year students and faculty in your academic stream.
What will you do?
During PRE U of T, students can attend one of five online hubs based on your academic stream:
- Social Sciences
- Life Sciences
- Computer Science
- Mathematical & Physical Sciences
Each hub will include panel discussions with faculty and upper-year students.
Dates and Attend
Tuesday, September 8th, 2020 from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Free of charge.
How can you access the event?
Registration is not required for this event. A link to the event will be placed on this page prior to the event.
Why you should attend
- Learn strategies and skills for academic success from professors in your academic stream.
- Talk to upper-year students and get essential tips on preparing for coursework.
- Explore how you can get involved in co-curricular opportunities and network with peers.
Join your Academic Stream!
Rotman (The RC Insider Student Panel)
Get the Rotman Commerce insider's point of view at this student panel and welcome session! Join us on Zoom where our upper-year students will answer your questions. This is a great way to find out about how to get involved, get tips on balancing workload and extracurriculars, and learn the ins and outs of being an RC student. The panel will be moderated by the Rotman Commerce Students' Association President and Vice-President.
Stay up to date with PRE U of T
More announcements on PRE U of T will be shared throughout the summer. Contact us if you have any information about the PRE U of T.