Woodsworth Orientation Week
Woodsworth College’s Orientation Week happens the week before the start of the academic year at the University of Toronto. This week is your first step into University life, socially, academically, and culturally! Orientation Week is where you will meet your new best friend, your commuting buddies, and/or your roommates to be! The week will be packed with fun activities and events that will prepare you for University, and ensure that you get the most out of your University experience! Most importantly, Orientation Week will warmly welcome you into your new home, your one love Woodsworth. Orientation Week will be taking place from Sunday September 3-Wednesday September 6, with the Boat Cruise occurring Saturday September 9th. Our office will also be offering programming throughout the month of September, to further support incoming students with navigating their first-year and beyond.
First-Year Mentorship Programming
Download your copy of the first-year experience guide using the below link!
The following form will allow incoming students to apply to be a part of Woodsworth College’s First-Year Mentorship Program. This is an opportunity for students to connect with upper year mentors while gaining academic and social support when transitioning to University. Students will receive Co-Curricular Recognition for their participation in the program. If interested please follow the link below to register:
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