Worrying about transitioning into university? We got you covered!
Welcome to Woodsworth College, the largest college in student population at the University of Toronto ! Woodsworth is committed to promoting accessibility and equity, and our core mission is to provide "the best educational experience for a diverse student body". Now that you’re officially a part of this big diverse college, what’s next? We gathered some resources that you might find useful in transitioning to university life, enjoy!
1. Woodsworth College Registrar’s Office
Woodsworth College Office of the Registrar is the frontline for all of your academic and financial questions. The office provides one-on-one academic and financial advising to help you meet your academic goals. Our team is sensitive to the needs of all and treats everyone with respect and understanding. You can drop in or make an appointment, or even send an email or call. The Registrar’s Office is located at 119 St. George Street on the second floor. It is often helpful to check in with a registrar annually to make sure that you are taking the correct courses to complete your degree.
Summer drop-in hours are every Tuesdays 10 AM - 12 PM, and 2 PM - 4 PM.
Web: Registrar’s Website
2. Woodsworth College Office of the Dean of Students
The Office of the Dean of Students is a branch of the college that oversees and supports all student life activities at Woodsworth College, including orientation, mentorship, leadership development, community outreach, the Woodsworth One Program, and the residence. The Office of the Dean of Students has a few important staff members including theStudent Life Coordinator (Janice Asiimwe) and theHealth and Wellness Counsellor (Sarah Ahmed).
Our office is located on the third floor of 123 St. George Street, you are always welcome to come by!
You are also welcome to email (email@example.com) or call (416-978-7886) the Dean’s Office for information.
3. Woodsworth College Residence
Opened in 2004 and is the newest of all of U of T’s residences. Some of you may be living there. Please check out the website and the video tour for more information.
If you have any questions about your residence application and offer, contact the Admissions Assistant, Kristen:firstname.lastname@example.org (416) 623-1685 ext: 2994
Web: Video Tour
4. Woodsworth College Students’ Association (or WCSA in short, pronounced as Wick-Sah)
The WCSA made up of Woodsworth students who had been elected into their positions and they plan various events for you throughout the year. They work in collaboration with the Orientation Executive Committee to put out Woodsworth Orientation. In addition they act as your voice on campus.
Other Important Information:
You may also want to consider Jump Start sessions, an intensive day long introduction to the secrets and important information regarding University: http://wdw.utoronto.ca/index.php/new_students/special_events