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Senior year

This year your student will start wrapping things up, so while completing their degree, why not work toward their personal goals as well? Maybe they always wanted to join that quirky club or an intramural sports team. Perhaps they wanted to volunteer in the community or take a class that’s brand new to them. Whatever their goals may be, this list is the perfect place to get started!


In this Section

  • Academic support

    Your student is in the final stretch, so take advantage of U of T’s study support services and strategies to help them reach your academic goals. Academic Success Centre (ASC) Student learn how to adapt their study habits, improve their writing and research skills, and manage their time more effectively. Drop in or make an […]

  • Get ready to graduate

    If your student is planning to graduate at the end of fourth year, there are a few things they need to know. First, make sure they’re on track to complete their degree requirements. Check out the degree explorer on ACORN/ROSI or have your student make an appointment to speak with their registrar. After that, head […]

  • Health & Wellness

    Your student’s health and well-being are the foundation of their academic and personal success. From getting their flu shots to meditation classes, we’ve got them covered. Be well and manage stress Stress is a normal part of university life, but we can help your student develop the skills to de-stress and be at their best. […]

  • Campus safety

    Learn about the services that will help your student stay safe on campus. Community Safety Office This office provides support and programming related to stalking, harassment, bullying, intimidation, threats, family or intimate-partner violence, sexual assault, thoughts of suicide and self-defence. WalkSmart A safer alternative to walking alone at night, this service provides someone to help […]

  • Career preparation

    Your student has a good idea of what interests them and the career options that are out there, so start laying the groundwork. Career Centre Your student can explore careers that interest them through the Career Centre’s programs and workshops. job shadowing programs networking opportunities ways to gain work-related experience resume advice practice interview sessions […]

  • Networking

    Talk to professors Senior year is an excellent time for your student to make connections with faculty. Talk to their profs – tell them about their goals and seek their advice. Discuss assignments, course content, research opportunities, graduate school or career paths. Join a campus organization Your student can build practical skills that complement their […]

  • Go global

    International experience can help your student build confidence and expand their comfort zone, learn to manage the challenges of a global workplace and connect with people from different cultures. There are lots of options of varying lengths and times (a week, a term, a summer), so look into exchanges, summer abroad, research opportunities and more. […]

  • Finances

    Managing their money can be challenging, but your student can find plenty of advice and support to prepare them for the future. Financial counselling is available at their faculty, college or at Enrolment Services and they can learn how to plan a budget, get help navigating scholarships and much more. Stay connected This might be […]