Starting university is an exciting and sometimes daunting experience. Here at Innis College, there are many people, resources, and tools ready to help you navigate. We are all #InnisTogether! On this page, we put together your top 10 things to check out right now. We will regularly refresh this list with pertinent information, so check back in.
As Principal of Innis College, I want to welcome you and congratulate you on your admission to the U of T. Now, more than ever, the education you are set to receive here will serve you well in the years to come. But you’ve already proven yourself to be an intrepid person who thinks outside the box, because you chose Innis as your home at U of T. …
Your orientation to U of T is a diverse process, encompassing everything from choosing courses to finding resources to building friendships. We’ve created Innis 101, a Quercus course, to guide you through it.
The health and safety of our students is of paramount concern to college and university administration. This commitment was expressed by President Meric Gertler in a recent statement of priorities guiding the University’s gradual return to its campuses.
The Registrar’s Office is helpful, friendly, and confidential. Students are welcome to call or email the office and/or book a one-to-one appointment with your academic advisor, Denise Gray, or financial aid counsellor.
Upper-year Innis students are here to give you the inside scoop on what life is like at university. Our e-mentorship program, The Insider, started in June. Look for biweekly emails from your e-mentor!
Innis Residence is home to many first-year and upper-year students from across the country and world! We have a friendly, tight-knit community and plenty of programs and resources that will support your transition into university.