You may not always be available to join us on campus or in person. Throughout the year, we host online webinars, chats, and events for prospective students. Join us and discover the many opportunities available at U of T Mississauga, speak with current students, ask our staff your questions, and learn more from our partners across campus.
Upcoming Online U of T Events
We’re offering a host of online information sessions & webcasts to help you get to know U of T. Learn more about the application process, admission requirements, student life—and learn how our 700+ programs in science, engineering, business, and the arts equip today’s students for the new economy. Register for a session and find out more about U of T from the comfort of your own home.
Just starting out? Join us for an at-a-glance and informative webcast to learn more about the University of Toronto.
Every Wednesday U of T staff will host webchats to answer any questions you may have about the University of Toronto.
Sign-up for a virtual meeting with a U of T recruitment officer. They’ll be able to answer your questions about the application process, specific admission requirements, and our programs & faculties. Sessions will be available in mid-September.
Register for a student-to-student webchat for firsthand insight into life as a U of T undergrad. These webchats are a great opportunity to ask anything that’s on your mind — about campus life, academic and extracurricular options, and our dynamic communities.
Preparing for our webcasts
After registering for a webcast that works for you, we encourage you to do a bit of brainstorming and jot down a few questions that you’d welcome some guidance on. This will help us make the most of our time together. For example, maybe you’re wondering whether you’re on track to graduate with the right credits. Or maybe you’re not sure if U of T has the facilities, teams, and infrastructure to help you hone your soccer skills while you pursue your Music degree. What’s life like in residence? If you don’t get an entrance award, can you earn awards later on in your degree? When should you plan to take your English Language Proficiency test, and do you need to? Hang on to those thoughts. We’ll discuss them together!
If you've applied to U of T Mississauga, we'll email you updates when events go live with an invitation to register. If you have not applied to U of T Mississauga, you can opt to receive personalized information from the University of Toronto, notification about application deadlines, and invitations to events & information sessions by completing this form.