How do I find out about orientation?
Orientation programs are organized by college or faculty student unions and generally include both academic and social events. You usually need to register in advance to participate in orientation, so make sure you sign up as soon as possible.
• Woodsworth College:
Woodsworth College’s student association (WCSA) hosts its own Woodsworth Frosh event at the college and throughout the city . Woodsworth Frosh includes events such as Quad Party, Boat Cruise and WOLF (Woodsworth Orientation for Life after Frosh). WOLF is a series of presentations and activities which prepare students for university life and is open to students who do not wish to attend Frosh. To register for Frosh and/or WOLF vistit the Frosh website.
For more information, visit: http://www.woodsworthfrosh.com.
• University of Toronto:
The University of Toronto Students union hosts a university-wide orientation day on Front Campus (King’s College Circle and Hart House Circle). For more info, visit: http://www.utsu.ca.
• Detailed information and additional options for U of T Orientation activities, visit: http://start.utoronto.ca/orientation.htm
Submitted by Juan on May 22 2012 Student Life