All in-person teaching canceled. All non essential events are canceled or postponed

Davis Campus
Friday, March 13, 2020 - 11:22am

Starting on Monday, March 16 and continuing until April 3, all in-person undergraduate and research-stream Masters and Doctoral courses across U of T’s three campuses are cancelled. Teaching will continue through other means (which may include existing online platforms).  Every instructor should implement their plan to complete their courses by alternate modes. The Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation (CTSI) has information to help instructors with continuity planning, including a checklist and quick guide, as do many divisions. 

This measure does not apply to professional programs. Decisions regarding these programs will be made by the Deans of each Faculty taking into consideration the specific requirements of individual programs as well as professional and accreditation bodies. Professional students as well as faculty members, other instructors and staff in these programs will be advised by Monday, March 16.

University operations continue, and all three campuses will remain open.

As the University of Toronto Mississauga monitors the development of the COVID-19 pandemic, discretionary events that are not part of courses and academic requirements are cancelled or postponed.

To ensure the health of our community, and the continuity of our research, academic and business activities, we have cancelled the following for 2020:

  • all Biology Seminars: March 16, March 19, March 26 and April 2
  • March 30th event: Celebration of Professor Emeritus Josef Svoboda

Read more info here: https://www.utm.utoronto.ca/main-news/coronavirus-u-t-cancels-person-classes