Welcome to UTM! We offer a variety of activities to allow your orientation to the campus to be successful. Please continue to scroll down to learn more about these opportunities and how you can participate! Please complete the following form to complete your UTM Orientation Registration. There is no limit to how many you can register for.
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First (Given Name):
Last Name (Family Name):
Email (Note: This is the email you will be contact with for any orientation-specific updates):
Please check-off all orientation events you would like to register for (
: Students living in Residence are automatically registered and expected to attend Residence Orientation, which runs from Aug 31st - Sept 2nd & September 7th)
Accessibility Services- Summer Academic Skills Institute
(NOW CLOSED, event has taken place)
(NOW CLOSED, Event has taken place)
O-Week (Tuesday September 3rd-Friday September 6th)
Art & Art History at Sheridan College (Tues Sept 3rd, 2019)
UTMSU Orientation (September 2nd-September 6th)
International & New-to-Canada Student Welcome (Saturday September 14th)
Area of Study:
Business, Management, and/or Commerce
Communication, Culture, Information, and Technology (CCIT)
Humanities (Philosophy, English & Drama, Language Studies, Historical Studies)
Social Sciences (Economics, Geography, Political Science, Anthropology)
Chemical and Physical Sciences
Mathematical and Computational Sciences
As part of your orientation registration, please note that food will be provided on select days. Please see select orientation schedules for more information. Eateries on campus will remain open throughout the week. Please select all dietary restrictions that apply:
Other Dietary Restrictions:
The University of Toronto is committed to the full and equitable participation of all members of our community, regardless of ability. Please contact
with your name and the specific orientation event that you have registered for if you require any accommodations or have any questions about an event's accessibility. We will direct you to the appropriate contact person.
Please review the following photo-release statement and indicate whether or not you provide consent for the following:
"I hereby grant to the University of Toronto Mississauga the right to reproduce, use, exhibit, display, broadcast and distribute photographed or electronic images and/or audio-video recordings of myself taken during UTM's orientation programming for use in connection with the activities of the University of Toronto Mississauga or for promoting, publicizing or explaining U of T Mississauga or its activities.
This permission includes, without limitation, the right to publish such images in U of T-related publications and promotional materials.
These images may appear in any of the wide variety of formats and media now available to the University and that may be available in the future, including but not limited to print, broadcast, videotape, CD-ROM, and electronic/online media.
I was not paid to appear in this photograph, electronic image and/or audio-visual broadcast and will not receive any fees for their use now and in the future."
No (Note: If you have indicated no, please speak with a staff representative at the specific event you are attending (registration and/or ask me table), so that they can provide you with additional information)
Learn more about UTM Orientation Opportunities
Please see below for more information on the orientation opportunities available at UTM this year!
Accessibility Services-Summer Academic Skills Institute (SASI)
Saturday, August 10th & Sunday, August 11th, 2019
SASI is a comprehensive learning skills program
for all UTM students with disabilities
This free program will provide students with the opportunity to develop the requisite skills and knowledge for their upcoming courses. Interactive sessions include:
building a personalized study plan
meeting with a faculty member
building and connecting course-related skills (reading, study notes,exam preparation)
and learning with board games!
Accessibility Services- Summer Academic Skills Institute (SASI) Website
Head Start 2019
HEAD START 2019
Wednesday Aug 28th - Friday Aug 30th
UTM Head Start is a series of FREE interactive sessions for all new students.
Head Start 2019 takes place on Wednesday, August 28th to Friday, August 30th on the UTM Campus. UTM Head Start is a series of FREE interactive sessions for all new students featuring
student panels, course instructors, librarians, and simulated classroom experiences designed to introduce you to the first-year experience at the University of Toronto Mississauga. Our goals are to help you understand the keys to success, make a smooth transition into university, and develop
the skills you need to enhance your academic performance.
Head Start 2019 Website.
August 31-September 2 & September 7
Residence Orientation is
for students registered and living in residence
Residence Orientation is your chance to get to know your new home, neighbours and residence community, including the Residence Student Staff who are here for you throughout the year. Learn what being a residence student is all about, how we can help you make the most of your year, and most importantly: have fun with new friends! We cannot wait to Welcome You Home!
Residence Orientation Website.
Tuesday, September 3rd-Friday, September 6th
all new students
with an introduction to life at UTM.
Welcome to UTM! Throughout the week, you will have the opportunity to learn more about your academic program, discover the UTM campus, become better prepared for your first week of classes, meet your new UTM community, and make some new friends before classes begin! O-Week is free of charge and offers programming that all students can participate in!
September 2nd-September 6th
UTMSU's frosh is for all incoming first-year students.
University of Toronto Mississauga Student's Union Frosh is the ULTIMATE experience for all of our incoming first years as it is the BIGGEST and the most ANTICIPATED event of the year. It has been run by your student union for the past 30 years. Not only do you get to meet other first years who share the same mindsets and start the same journey as you but you will also be able to learn a lot more about UTM and all of the services we have to offer! UTMSU Frosh events include very high Energy Events such as Dance parties and Cheer off's as well as lower energy and more relaxing events such as Boat Cruise and Beach Day. Our motive is to provide our incoming first years with the information and the network they need to make sure they transition into post-secondary as smoothly as possible. So what are you waiting for sign-up for UTMSU Frosh now!! We are excited to see you all this September!
UTMSU Orientation Website
International & New-to-Canada Student Welcome
INTERNATIONAL & NEW-TO-CANADA STUDENT WELCOME
Saturday September 14th, 2019
Open to all students that identify as international, permanent residents, or new immigrants
The International Education Centre, in collaboration with the University of Toronto Mississauga Student Union (UTMSU), is open to all students that identify as international, permanent residents, or new immigrants. You will explore Mississauga's vast culture and will be taken on a tour of the city where you will visit key landmarks and the various niche supermarkets within the city.
International & New-to-Canada Student Welcome Website.
Monday, September 23 - Saturday, September 28, 2019
QO is for all new and returning students, staff and faculty!
Queer Orientation (QO) is an annual week of LGBTQ-focused programming across all three campuses of U of T during the last week of September. QO is an opportunity for new and returning students, staff and faculty to make connections, engage in activities and have discussions related to LGBTQ+ communities. #UofTQO
Queer Orientation Website
Sheridan Joint Orientation
SHERIDAN'S JOINT ORIENTATION
Tuesday September 3rd, 2019 from 2pm-5pm
For students in the Art and Art History Program
After meeting your UTM faculty in the morning, you're invited to join us at Sheridan's
campus to meet your Sheridan faculty, senior students & tour the facilities. A shuttle bus will meet you at UTM at 1:15 p.m. and will return you to campus by 5:30 p.m. Studying at two schools simultaneously is VERY unique - don't miss this opportunity to learn more about your journey ahead. We look forward to meeting you on the 4th!
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