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For lots of important information related to your offer of admission, it’s essential to review this Newly Admitted Students website.  It’s your first responsibility as a new OISE graduate student!  You will also want to review the Graduate Calendar and the OISE Bulletin.  The Graduate Calendar – also known as the University of Toronto School of Graduate (SGS) Calendar – contains policies and degree regulations applicable for the years in which you are enrolled in your graduate program. The OISE Bulletin is a supplemental reference that includes course descriptions, OISE sessional dates and deadlines, research and field activities, financial support, and more.   You will also want to review the Continuing Students section of this website for information that will assist you throughout your program.
 
OISE’s Education Commons tackles the technology side of being a graduate student. Check out their Head Start webpage about getting an e-mail account and a student card.

To assist you with finding a place to stay, visit the University of Toronto Housing Services website. The University's Family Care Office is great for family-oriented services and advice. Accessibility Services works to facilitate the inclusion of students with disabilities into all aspects of university life. Overall, you can discover all the academic, health, and personal support services, as well as opportunities for participation, through Student Life

The Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) is there for every one of the over 17,000 graduate students at the University of Toronto. The union is your advocate and provides everything from health benefits to representation on various committees.

Admitted to undertake a Ph.D. and interested in teaching? Doctoral students in a standard/funded Ph.D. degree program (i.e. excluding Ed.D. degree and Ph.D. degree flexible-time option) are eligible to become a Teacher Education Program Assistant (TEPA).

If you are an International Student, the Centre for International Experience at the University of Toronto is a wonderful resource and a vital connection for those new to Canada.  


 

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