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SUMMER 2022:

Summer 2022 Course Selection opens March 23th at 6:00 am

* Days/Times will be added to ACORN by March 23

Timetable and room assignments are subject to change. Check back regularly up to the start of classes for any changes.



The Summer Session at OISE consists of two 6-week terms. May-June and July-August.  The term Intersession is historically used for the May-June session.  Instructors compensate for any classes that may fall on a holiday.

  • 20225F refers to the first term (May to June) of the summer session which runs from Monday, May 02, 2022 to June 10, 2022 
  • 20225S refers to the second term (July to August) of the summer session which runs from Monday, July 04, 2022 to August 12, 2022
  • MT program core Summer Courses are not listed here. They are required, will be added automatically and may have slightly different sessional dates which will be provided by the MT program.

  • Courses that require instructor approval: follow the instructions on our Course Enrolment page (in the "Enrolling in Courses" section).

  • Hover over Special Topics course titles for course descriptions (if available).

  • Full-time students can take no more than 2 half-courses in each term of the Summer session.

  • Part-time students can take no more than 1 half-course in the summer session (i.e., one in the May/June term OR one in the July/August term)       
    (MEd students - be aware of how taking summer courses may effect your 
    minimum degree fee)

  • Newly admitted students cannot start in the summer, they only begin their program in the Fall/Winter session.

  • Important information about Summer Session registration and fees is available on our Registration page.

  • All masters students: avoid the shock of a large bill at graduation; learn about your minimum degree fee, and what part-time status, summer courses, program transfers and fast tracking can mean.

Delivery Modes in 2022-2023

Delivery Mode Code Explanation
In Person INPER A course that has any requirement for in person (“face to face,” “live,” “real time”) attendance at a specific physical location. An in person course may also have synchronous and/or asynchronous components that can be completed remotely. (Subject to adjustments imposed by public health requirements for physical distancing.)
SYNC A course is considered Online Synchronous if online attendance is expected at a specific time for some or all course activities, and attendance at a specific location is not expected for any activities or exams.
Asynchronous ASYNC A course is considered Asynchronous if it has no requirement for attendance at a specific time or location for any activities or exams. Components may be online or remote (e.g. reading, writing, etc.). An asynchronous offering is not “self-paced” – there are deadlines/milestones that must be met, but the student can do the work at any time of day or night that suits them.


Enrolment Control information/release dates:

Spring (F) or Summer (S) courses

From March 23 at 6 am to April 4
Spaces may be reserved for specific group(s) of students as stated in the individual Course Comment.

On April 5 Course enrolment is not available; it will reopen at 12 am on April 6
You can add a course to your enrolment cart, but you won’t be able to take any other action. You cannot enrol, drop, modify, or join the waitlist until April 6 at 12 am.

From April 6 at 12 am
Any unused spaces are open to other OISE students unless stated otherwise in the individual Course Comment.


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