|Year of Study
(Based on credits earned,
including transfer credits)
|Check Your Start Time on ACORN||Course Enrolment Begins on ACORN|
(0 - 3.5 credits)
|July 14||July 20|
(4.0 - 8.5 credits)
|July 7||July 13|
(9.0 - 13.5 credits)
|June 29||July 6|
Before you choose your courses on ACORN, we should cover the basics, and answer common questions you might have, such as:
- How many courses can you take?
- What courses do you need?
- What are electives?
- When do you choose a program?
Please visit this page again soon. New Course Enrolment support content will be added before July 4. To stay up-to-date on more Course Enrolment support, make sure to join your EagleConnect squad and check your Squad page often. Look for an invitation in your utoronto maibox.
We have special events that have been designed just for you! Our Academic Advisors, and Peer Leaders are here to help through a variety of programming to help you choose your first-year courses. Students who attend at least one event and complete the feedback survey will be entered for a chance to win one of six $50 gift cards to the U of T Bookstore!
Ask a Student: Enrolment 101
Join current UTM students to chat about course enrolment, student life, and anything else you might be wondering about our campus! Have fun meeting new friends, and be entered for a chance to win a $50 gift card to the U of T Bookstore!
In-person (Room KN108)
- June 20 from 12pm - 1pm
- June 27 from 5pm - 6pm
- June 21 from 9am - 10am
- June 22 from 5pm - 6pm
- June 23 from 3pm - 4pm
- June 24 from 4pm - 5pm
- June 28 from 7pm - 8pm
Get started by downloading your copy of the Course Enrolment Workbook!
Course Enrolment Webinars
- Transfer Students: July 4 from 1pm - 2:30pm
- Computer Science & Math: July 5 from 1pm - 2:30pm
- Business, Commerce and Management: July 6 from 1pm - 2:30pm
- Life and Physical Sciences: July 7 from 1pm - 2:30pm
- Humanities and Social Sciences: July 8 from 10am - 12:30pm
Course Enrolment FAQs with Academic Advising (July Orientation)
Before the big day on July 20, our Academic Advisors will be offering daily sessions for you to connect and ask questions about your courses, waitlists, how-to's and more!
Online (Zoom): July 11 - 19
- Sessions will run twice a day from 9:35am - 11am and from 2:35pm - 4pm
In-person (Room TBA): July 13, 14, 15
- 6:35pm - 8pm
Enrolment Day - All Day Support
We'll be online all day answering your questions about courses enrolment, registration, waitlists, and more! Come join us live for immediate support.
- July 20 from 8am - 4pm
After Course Enrolment Day
After course enrolment, you may have different types of questions. These check-in sessions are the best way to get quick answers!
Course Enrolment Check-ins with Academic Advisors
- July 21 from 9am – 12pm
- July 25 from 9:30am - 11am
- July 27 from 2:30pm - 4pm
- August 2 from 9:30am - 11am
- August 4 from 1pm - 2:30pm
- August 8 from 12pm - 1:30pm
- August 10 from 8am – 9:30am
- August 12 from 2pm – 3:30pm
Course Enrolment Drop-in with Peer Leaders
Drop-in and chat with an upper-year student to get answers to your course enrolment questions and life at UTM! Bring your computer if you wish to show and discuss your timetable.
In-person (Room KN108)
- July 21 from 1pm - 4pm
- July 22 from 1pm - 4pm
- July 25 from 11am – 2pm
- July 26 from 1pm - 4pm
- July 27 from 1pm - 4pm
- July 28 from 1pm - 4pm
- July 29 from 1pm - 4pm
- August 2 from 1pm - 4pm
- August 3 from 1pm - 4pm
- August 4 from 1pm - 4pm
- August 5 from 1pm - 4pm
- August 8 from 11am – 2pm
- August 9 from 1pm - 4pm
- August 10 from 1pm - 4pm
- August 11 from 1pm - 4pm
- August 12 from 1pm - 4pm
Registration not required. All attendees will be entered into a draw to win a U of T swag!
Navigating new experiences can be a challenge, especially when you're attending university - there are so many unknowns and so much to learn. Let LAUNCH, utmONE, and the Institute for the Study of University Pedagogy's First-Year Foundational courses be your guide!
Through interactive weekly sessions, you will have the opportunity to learn from an academically successful upper-year student mentor about the many aspects of being a UTM student. You will build academic skills, discover UTM resources, and even have the opportunity to meet with your mentor one-on-one, all while building meaningful friendship with students in your area of study. Successful completers will receive a notation on your Co-Curricular Record.
- UTM101H5 LAUNCH Business, Commerce and Management
- UTM102H5 LAUNCH Science, Mathematics and Psychology
- UTM103H5 LAUNCH Humanities and Social Science
Visit the LAUNCH web page for more information and enrol in your LAUNCH stream through ACORN on your enrolment date.
utmONE First-Year Transition Courses
Build a strong academic foundation that will support your success in first-year through to graduation. Taught by professors with a strong background in teaching learning strategies and academic skills, utmONE courses are for-credit first-year courses designed to help you transition to university. UtmONE courses offer a supportive and engaging learning environment; sections are smaller than typical first-year courses so you’ll have more opportunity to interact with your fellow classmates, teaching assistant and professor. UtmONE courses are open to students in all disciplines and the credit received can count toward the distribution credits required to graduate.
- UTM111 Tools of the Trade (SCI, SSc) – Focusses on the skills and strategies needed to be successful in Social Science and Science related programs.
- UTM115 Communication Among Cultures (HUM, SSc) – Focusses on communication strategies including writing and intercultural communication. Appropriate for English Language Learners and students looking to learn more about intercultural communication.
- UTM118 The Science of Learning (SSc, SCI) – Focusses on developing learning strategies by examining the science and evidence on how to be a successful and engaged learner.
Visit the utmONE web page for more information, student testimonials and enroll in a utmONE course through ACORN on your enrolment date.
First-Year Foundational Courses
ISP100 Writing for University and Beyond
This is a for-credit course that teaches writing- and reading-related skills that are necessary for success in the transition to university work. ISP100 is delivered from the perspective that all writers can improve their writing, so that all students will benefit by taking it. Visit the ISP100 Writing for University and Beyond web page for more information about the course, student testimonials, instructor interviews and how to enroll. ISP100 is a required course for students who plan to pursue programs in Visual Studies, Anthropology (excluding Forensic Science), Physics, Earth Science, or Computer Science. ISP100 is also required for students applying for program entry in 2022-2023 in Chemistry and Political Science.
ISP130 Numeracy for University and Beyond
This is a for-credit course that teaches the quantitative literacy and numeracy skills that are necessary to develop the core areas you’ll need to be successful at university. ISP130 is delivered from the perspective that all students can improve their skills, and students from all skill levels will benefit from taking it. Visit the ISP130 Numeracy for University and Beyond web page for more information about the course and how to enroll. ISP100 is recommended for students who plan to pursue programs in Geography, but students in other programs are welcome to enroll if space allows.
Becoming a registered student means you have enrolled in courses AND paid the minimum tuition amount of your fees (or officially deferred them). Your fees will be posted to your invoice on ACORN in mid-July.
To avoid being removed from your enrolled courses, make the Minimum Payment to Register as indicated on your financial account in ACORN – or defer your fees (if applicable) – by the published deadlines. More information about fee payment and fee deferrals on the Fees & Financial Aid page.
Questions about workshops, webinars, and online chats?
Office of the Registrar
Room 1235, Innovation Complex
University of Toronto Mississauga
3359 Mississauga Road, Mississauga, ON L5L1C6
Tel: 905-828-5399 | Fax: 905-569-4301