O-WEEK Orientation, Student-Run for OT1 by OT2 (Optional)
Students in second year of the program organize orientation activities for the first year students – both social and informative. Some of these will have costs attached to them.
These activities are completely optional, and student leaders for “O-Week” are advised by the Chair to abide by the professional conduct regulations set by the University of Toronto and the Department. For activities taking place off-site (non-University of Toronto property), students purporting to represent the Department (e.g. wearing a University shirt in public) at an O-Week activity should continue to conduct themselves professionally. There is a Facebook group set-up for O-Week; forms may be posted here during summer at the request of O-Week Leaders.
Please refer to the O-Week flyer included in your mailed package for details.
2019 Academic Orientation (Mandatory)
You must attend the MANDATORY OT Academic Orientation and introductory classes that takes place starting Tuesday September 3 running until Friday September 6.
1. 2019 OT Academic Orientation Schedule, note your campus specific schedule link and document title as either UTM orientation schedule or UTSG orientation schedule (Posted August 29, Updated September 4, and again on September 12)
2. Term 1 First Week’s Readings 2019 (Posted August 29)
3. Preparation for the start of classes including required 2019 textbooks (Posted August 29)
4. Free Student Memberships with CAOT OSOT CSOS 2019 (Posted August 29)
INCOMING Student Fieldwork Requirements
The Director of Clinical Education has provided the following document for your immediate review and action as required. These pertain to immunizations, CPR training, Vulnerable Sector Screening (VSS), and other very important fieldwork information.
- 2019 Incoming Student Welcome Letter (added June 5, 2019)
You are strongly encouraged to direct any questions specific to your personal health profile to your physician or other licensed healthcare professional authorized to provide this advice (e.g. nurse practitioner). The Department’s staff cannot issue medical advice; the immunization form is standardized across healthcare professions at the University. Please direct non-medical questions about these forms to the Fieldwork Office at email@example.com.
Tuition Invoices Online Only
Tuition fee invoices are posted in July to your ACORN account
It is your responsibility to ensure your registration is completed on time. The School of Graduate Studies provides detailed information on registration deadlines, and the process of registration. For example, they distinguish between registration by paying tuition fees immediately, or requesting to register without payment. Please review this information by clicking on this link: First Steps for New Students. The drop-down menu link named “Registration and Enrolment” is particularly helpful.
Documents pertaining to incoming students will be posted here periodically. Students will be notified via email when a document for download becomes available.
Essential Guide for Graduate Students 2019
Our friends at the U of T School of Graduate Studies have created this handy Essential Guide for Grad Students.
This booklet has incredibly useful information for students at both the Mississauga and St. George campus, including how to access graduate student services, activities, and administrative matters (e.g., how to pay your tuition fees).