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The Founding College of the University of Toronto
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Pre UofT

PRE U of T

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What Is Pre UofT?

Pre UofT is a 1.5-hour Intercollegiate Orientation event for students from across the Faculty of Arts & Sciences.  The program is designed to introduce you to your area of academic study and help you learn strategies for success from professors and upper-year students. The program is open to all students interested in attending

During Pre UofT, students can attend one of five online streams based on their program of study. The five streams are: 

  • Humanities
  • Social Sciences
  • Life Sciences
  • Computer Science
  • Mathematical & Physical Sciences

Each academic stream will include panel discussions with faculty and upper-year students. 


Fall 2022 Date: 


How can you access the event?

Registration is not required for this event. A link to each academic stream will be shared a week before the event.

Why Should You Attend?

  • You will learn strategies and skills for academic success from professors in your academic stream
  • You will hear from upper-year students and get essential tips on preparing for your program of study
  • You will find out how to get involved and network with faculty and peers

Join your Academic Stream!

Computer Sciences


Life Sciences

Math and Physical Sciences

Social Sciences

Rotman Commerce Orientation

For information and questions about Rotman Commerce Orientation events, please visit the Rotman Commerce Orientation page.


Have Questions?

More announcements on Pre UofT will be shared closer to the event date. Please feel free to contact us at  if you have any questions or concerns about the Pre UofT event.