Want to improve your grades?

Was your last academic year tough? Want to do better but don’t know where to begin?

It’s not too late to turn things around.

 Join the ArriveUTSC program and learn how to thrive both personally and academically by:

  • Better understanding the connections between academic success and personal well-being
  • Building motivation, optimism, and resilience
  • Improving learning strategy essentials like time management and effective studying
  • Developing a sense of belonging on campus

ArriveUTSC is a holistic 7-week group-based program.

To be eligible for this program, you must be a UTSC student who

  • started in 2019 or before
  • is getting low grades
  • is on academic probation
  • or is on academic suspension

If this is you, then we invite you to sign-up to attend this mini-course. This may be the right time to pause,
re-evaluate and pick up some tools to help you move forward in a meaningful way!

Future program dates and times.

  • Starting the week of September 21st, 2020, we will be offereing ArriveUTSC through virtual sessions.
      - Each week will consist of 2 sessions - 1 hour synchronous and 1 hour asynchronous for 7 weeks    (exact days/times of synchronous sessions TBA)     
      - Note: There will be no sessions the week of October 12th due to Reading week.

  • Please note that registration is CLOSED as of September 1st, 2020, after that date, you may fill in the application to be added to a waitlist. You will be notified if a spot opens up.

          Click HERE to fill in the ArriveUTSC Fall 2020 application form to be added to the Waitlist.

On-line Resource Available Summer 2020:

Since the campus is currently closed, we have no schedule for ArriveUTSC programs until the fall, 2020. However, we are delighted to be able to offer you free access to the following online resource:
Thriving in Action - Online

     To access, go to Thriving in Action Online at

     Username: TiAO.Free.Guest   
     Password: March2December!

* We gratefully acknowledge Ryerson University for generously sharing this resource as a means of offering support and solace to all who need it.
If you require any additional information, you can contact us at