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Resources

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Before attending Get Started, learn more about the tools and resources essential to your U of T Scarborough experience!

Bookmark these websites in your browser, you’ll be using them often as a  U of T Scarborough Student.

Review the following:

Tools/Resources

Description

Program Pathways

Review all the Program Pathways that interest you. This tool is a quick and accessible overview of opportunities inside and outside the classroom.

ACORN

This is University of Toronto’s student information service, a hub for everything you need to manage your student life.

ACORN Help

A resources to help you become an expert at navigating ACORN

Career and Co-Curricular Learning Network (CLNx)

This tool will help you find opportunities and resources for on campus and off campus work, advising supports, research, mentorship and experiential learning.

Quercus

Find important course specific information and communicate with your professors using this tool. The Get Started Program will also use this platform.

Zoom

This is one tool the University of Toronto is using to facilitate virtual conferencing needs (i.e. meetings, programs and events).

Degree Explorer

This is the University of Toronto’s degree planning tool. Review your academic history, degree requirements or use the planner to determine how your future course choices might meet your requirements to graduate.

Financial planning Calculator

A financial planning tool available to students and parents. Use it to plan your budget and find out how much it will cost to study at U of T for one academic year.

Awards Explorer

Explore undergraduate and graduate awards in one location, including admissions, in-course and graduating awards.

TCard

As a first year student you will need to activate your TCard, it is how we identify you as a U of T Scarborough Student. Review all the steps you’ll need to complete.

Academic English Health Check

A tool to better understand your academic English needs and receive recommendations and support with your development

Centre for Teaching and Learning

Offers students support and other learning initiatives, to enhance foundational skills required for coursework and beyond (i.e. Writing, Math and Statistics, English Language Development, Facilitated Study Groups)

Transitioning from High School to University

Check out this quick video from Upper Year Students at U of T Scarborough on how to transition from High School to University

What is Your Tomorrow

A great video to help you navigate choosing the right program