Where to go for program-related and other questions

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Please consult your faculty advisor for all your program-related questions. This includes, among other things:

  • course selection
  • program and concentration requirements
  • reading courses
  • thesis advice/supervisors
  • general program option
  • collaborative program

Your faculty advisors will be happy to steer you in the right direction in terms of your concentration and course selections, careers, etc. If you can’t make their office hours, you can always make an appointment to see them at a different day/time.

For non-academic counselling needs (e.g., financial, personal, health-related issues, etc.), please see the following:

  • personal advising includes: health, counselling and psychological services, grief counselling, learning skills, etc.
  • academic support includes: academic writing, English language and writing skills (ELWS) workshops, etc. 
  • financial help: 172 St. George Street (Enrolment Services)
  • financial help as indicated below is provided by the School of Graduate Studies (SGS):
    • Emergency Grant
    • Emergency Loan
    • Accessibility Grant
    • Doctoral Completion Award
    • Financial Counseling and payment plans
    • Contact: Arianna Capotorto, Financial Counsellor at arianna [dot] capotortoatutoronto [dot] ca, phone 416-978-2839. Her office is located SGS, 63 St. George Street, Room 201A, Toronto

For any specific administrative procedures, please email inquire [dot] ischoolatutoronto [dot] ca (preferred), or ask Christine or Carol (only one of them will do the trick), and they’ll be happy to redirect as appropriate.

Remember to always use your UofT email address and include your student number.