Resources for Counsellors

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We value the partnership with secondary school guidance counsellors throughout the application process. We rely on school counselling staff in all jurisdictions to reinforce the university’s application requirements and deadlines and to highlight our admission requirements.

OSCA Today

Black Access to Educational Excellence Initiative Dismantles Barriers

by Deborah Peart

Read our feature in the Winter 2021 of OSCA Today (p22)

Table of Contents:

  1. Admissions and Programs Updates
  2. Guidance Community Mailing Lists
  3. Guidance Resources

    Admissions and Program Updates


    New Programs

    No new programs have been announced for the 2023-24 academic year.


    Program Changes

    Starting with the 2024-25 academic year, Forensic Anthropology will require MHF4U (Advanced Functions), in addition to ENG4U (English) and SBI4U (Biology).


    Renamed Programs

    No programs have been renamed for the 2023-24 academic year.


    Suspended Programs

    The Bioinformatics Specialist program has been suspended.

    Admission Update Regarding COVID-19

    We understand this is a stressful time for students preparing for post-secondary studies. We will continue to monitor the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the school year and will be as flexible as possible throughout the admission process. Here is some guidance and pieces of advice:

    • We've updated our Resources for Counsellors page to provide you with guidance to support students who have applied to U of T as well as those who are exploring their options.
    • The University of Toronto has renewed its commitment to inclusive learning environments, transformative research and a safe, healthy community. Find out more about how we're doing by visiting the UTogether website.

    Guidance Community Mailing Lists


    University of Toronto Counsellor Community Mailing List

    Stay up-to-date with the latest application news and receive invitations to events for the counselling community from across U of T.

    Join the Community Mailing List


    Black Access to Educational Excellence (BAEE@UTM) Newsletter

    A quarterly newsletter for students, counsellors, and parents with updates about the Black Access to Educational Excellence (BAEE@UTM) initiative, useful resources, and other important information for Black students.

    Join the BAEE@UTM Newsletter

      Guidance Resources


      U of T On Demand

      Browse our library of recorded information sessions and explore the opportunities and experiences that await you at U of T —  on your own time.


      Why U of T Mississauga

      Our unique and dynamic programs, our vibrant campus, and our diverse community of students, faculty, and alumni. Learn why else 16,000 students call us home.


      Connect With Us

      Our recruitment staff and student ambassadors are ready to help you discover the University of Toronto and build your path to joining us in the fall.

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