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Many courses require specific prerequisites that will be checked by the academic department that sponsors your course (s). You should be prepared to show your academic transcript to the department.

PREREQUISITES

Please check whether you have prerequisites for the courses you plan to take in the Arts and Science Calendar.  Failure to do so may result in being removed from the course(s), even if fees have been paid.

Also, if you wish to have a prerequisite waived, you must still seek departmental approval, and some departments do not waive prerequisites. Visiting Students may be required to forward an unofficial copy of their transcripts to the University of Toronto Department for those courses with listed prerequisites.

Remember: Simply having a Letter of Permission from your home university does not necessarily satisfy University of Toronto prerequisites! If you have any questions about how to contact a department, please .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) Woodsworth College.

Click here for departmental websites and telephone numbers.

ECONOMICS COURSES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

The Department of Economics at the University of Toronto follow all prerequisites on all Economics courses listed in the Arts and Science Calendar

Having a Letter of Permission from your home university does not necessarily mean that you are qualified to take Economics (ECO) courses at the University of Toronto. 

The Department of Economics will require a transcript from your home university to ensure that you meet all of the prerequisites.  Please keep in mind that 0.5 credit courses (or one semester courses) in one institution are not equivalent to full year courses here.   If you plan to take an Economics course on a Letter of Permission, you must email the Department of Economics and indicate what courses at your home university you are using for the full course equivalent at the University of Toronto and include a copy of your transcript and your U of T student number for their office to review. 

Please refer to their website for more information at: https://www.economics.utoronto.ca/index.php/index/undergraduate/home/

Department of Economics, University of Toronto

150 St. George St.

Toronto, Ontario

M5S 3G7

General Inquiries: 416-978-4622


RESTRICTED COURSES

Visiting Students may enroll only in courses offered by the Faculty of Arts & Science.

If you wish to take courses in other faculties such as Applied Science and Engineering, you should contact the division directly.

Some departments, such as Rotman Commerce, are restricted programs and are NOT open to Visiting Students. The Faculty of Arts and Science does not allow Visiting Students to enrol in restricted course(s), even if they are approved on your LOP. The Visiting Student Program Office will NOT accept Letters of Permission (LOP) that include RSM courses.

Other departments that may have restrictions or enrolment controls are Computer Science (CSC), Fine Art History (FAH), Psychology (PSY), Criminology and Sociolegal Studies (CRI), Employment Relations (IRE), and upper level courses offered at various departments.

Returning Visiting Students cannot repeat courses already taken at the University of Toronto.

Students should review the Enrolment Indicators for all courses they are interested in. Please .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) Woodsworth College if you have any questions regarding restricted courses, prior to submitting your online application form.

 

THE 2016 SUMMER SESSION AND 2016-2017 FALL/WINTER APPLICATION IS NOW AVAILABLE

ONE

First, read all of the application instructions, including all of the identified links.

TWO

Use the online Timetable & Calendar to choose courses to include on your Letter of Permission.  Be sure you have the appropriate academic background (i.e. course background equivalent to the listed prerequisites) for the courses you intend to take. Remember, Visiting Students cannot take courses with a course indicator 'R' or courses offered by the Rotman School of Management. Returning Visiting Students cannot repeat courses they have already taken at the University of Toronto.

THREE

Once your Letter of Permission has been approved, fill out and submit the online Visiting Student application form, pay the CAD $90.00 non-refundable application fee with a valid credit card and upload a copy of your Letter of Permission. Our office will not process any applications without an approved Letter of Permission.  

Please ensure the first and last name on your application form matches the first and last name on your Letter of Permission. Mismatches may cause processing delays.

Please note that the $90.00 application fee is non-refundable and will not be refunded once an application has been received.  It is recommended to wait until the Letter of Permission has been approved before submitting the application form.  If you are applying after the deadline, students are encouraged to contact Woodsworth College prior to submitting the application to ensure the course is still available.

 
2016 ONLINE APPLICATION


 

Once you submit your application and fee, you will receive an online status receipt of your payment.  Please contact our office if you do not receive your email confirmation.


FOUR

Once we receive your application, CAD $90.00 non-refundable application fee and your Letter of Permission, your admission will be processed. It usually takes two weeks to process a complete application. Once admitted, you will be sent an email with further instructions, including your official offer of admission and student number.

Applicants are responsible for ensuring all documents (Letter of Permission, CAD $90.00 application fee and online application form) are submitted and received by the deadline.

As a Visiting Student at the University of Toronto, you have access to numerous resources, extracurricular activities and clubs on campus. Students are encouraged to enjoy and take part in the many services and resources UofT has to offer.

SERVICES & RESOURCES
These include in part:

As a Visiting Student at Woodsworth College, you have access to many student services to help polish your study skills and assist in your academic goals. 

These include in part:

RESIDENCE & HOUSING
Students visiting during the Summer Session may be interested in accommodation at the Woodworth College Residence. Woodsworth College Residence is only available for the Summer Session (May - August).

In addition, the Student Housing Service on the St. George campus posts information on a large variety of off-campus and temporary accommodation. Click here visit the Housing website.

For more information, contact:
Student Housing Service
214 College Street
Toronto , ON M5T 2Z9
Tel: (416) 978-8045
Fax: (416) 978-1616
Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

ACCESSIBILITY SERVICES & STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

Accessibility Services provides support and assistance to students with disabilities, including learning disabilities or health considerations. You should contact Accessibility Services as soon as possible (even if you are only here for a summer session), to familiarize yourself with the procedures and services available.

Click here to visit the Accessibility Services website or contact our office for more information for more information.

455 Spadina Avenue, 4th Floor, Suite 400
(Just north of College Street)
Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2G8
Phone: 416-978-8060
Email: accessibility.services@utoronto.ca
Fax: 416-978-5729

A Letter of Permission, often referred to as an LOP, is an official letter of approval granted by your home university. The LOP allows you to take courses for credit at the University of Toronto for a specified session to transfer the credits back to your home university for the purpose of completing an undergraduate degree.

You should request your Letter of Permission as early as possible!

WHAT SHOULD YOUR LETTER OF PERMISSION INCLUDE?

1. Your Letter of Permission should include your full name.  Please ensure the first and last name on your application form matches the first and last name on your Letter of Permission. Mismatches may cause processing delays.

2. The Letter of Permission must be on official letterhead, and include the academic session in which you want to take courses (i.e. Summer 2016). Remember, you must obtain and submit a new Letter of Permission for each session.

3. The Letter of Permission should indicate that you will be taking courses at the University of Toronto as well as the course code and title of each course your university has given you permission to take (i.e. ANT100Y1-Introduction to Anthropology). It should also indicate that the courses are to be credited to your degree at your home institution. Please review the Prerequisites and Restrictions section regarding the courses available to Visiting Students.

It is strongly recommended that your Letter of Permission list more courses than you intend to take, to give you more flexibility when it comes time for course enrolment. Visiting Students may register only in courses listed on their Letter of Permission. Visiting Students may not repeat a course that they have previously passed at their home university or in a previous session at the University of Toronto.

SUBMITTING YOUR LETTER OF PERMISSION:

1. You will have the option of uploading a copy of your Letter of Permission with your Online Application. 

(You are allowed to submit a revised Letter of Permission if you decide to enrol in additional courses after you have applied)

OR

2. If your Letter of Permission is not attached to your online application, it will be considered incomplete.  Students are responsible for ensuring that Woodsworth College receives the Letter of Permission by the deadline.  Students can submit their Letter of Permission to Woodsworth College by fax, email or in person:

Woodsworth College, Visiting Student Program

119 St. George St.

M5S 1A9

Fax (416) 978-4088

visiting.students@utoronto.ca

Our office requires 2 weeks to process a complete application.  A complete application consists of the online application form, $90 non-refundable application fee and valid Letter of Permission.

Letters of Permission that do not comply with the above guidelines will not be accepted, resulting in an incomplete application.

If you have any questions about submitting your Letter of Permission, please .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) Woodsworth College.

Once admitted, Visiting Students will be provided with an email admission offer and PDF package with detailed instructions required for online course enrolment.

We are unable to guarantee that all Visiting Students will be successful in their  course selection. We suggest that you include additional courses on your LOP to allow some flexibility. Once admitted, you will be responsible for enrolling in courses, verifying your prerequisites with the academic department and paying your fees.

Course enrolment is done online through our Student Web Service (ROSI/ACORN).  In most cases, course enrolment is on a first-come, first-served basis. During the Summer Session, students may enrol into a maximum of 2.0 full credits. During the Fall/Winter Session, students may enrol into a maximum of 3.5 full credits.

Visiting Students can add or cancel courses online by appropriate deadlines on ROSI/ACORN; these dates can be found in the Faculty of Arts & Science Timetable for the appropriate session. Familiarize yourself with the course cancellation procedures and deadlines. You should notify your home institution of any course additions and have them send a revised LOP to the Visiting Student Program Office.

Visiting Students may enrol only in courses in the Faculty of Arts & Science and are restricted from taking courses offered by Rotman Commerce. If you wish to take courses in other faculties such as Applied Science and Engineering, you should contact the division directly.

During the Summer session, Visiting Students are able to register in many courses without difficulty. However, some courses may give enrolment priority to University of Toronto students. Visiting Students will be required to refer to the Faculty of Arts & Science Timetable for the appropriate session for information on enrolment controls and restrictions.

The Visiting Student Program is designed for the Summer Session. There are very limited opportunities for Visiting Students to study in the Fall/Winter session. Visiting Students are restricted to Part-time status and may enrol into a maximum of 3.5 full credits during the fall/winter session.  Visiting Student course enrolment for the Fall/Winter session is in mid-August.

Visiting Students have access to academic advising during their time at the University of Toronto through Woodsworth College.  If you have any questions, please contact Woodsworth College.

 

Independent Living . Student Prices . Downtown Toronto!

Conveniently located at the corner of St. George and Bloor, Woodsworth College Residence is within walking distance of a variety of attractions, restaurants and shops, and steps from the St. George Subway Station, allowing you easy access to all Toronto has to offer!

Woodsworth College Residence is not available for Visiting Students during the Fall/Winter session.

Woodsworth College Residence is only available for Visiting Students during the Summer Session (May - August).

 

   

SUITES
With its unique apartment style arrangement, residents share a fully functional kitchen, living area and 2 washrooms with 3-5 others but still have their own bedroom furnished with a bed, desk, chair, lamps, and plenty of closet and storage space.

AMENITIES

  • Air Conditioning
  • High Speed Internet Access
  • 24 Hour Security
  • Telephone + Local Calling
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Exercise Room
  • TV Rooms with Rogers Cable
  • Study Space
  • Conference Room
  • Williams Waters Lounge
  • Outdoor Barbeque Grill

OCCUPANCY AND FEE SCHEDULE

Click here for information about fees and to view the occupancy schedule for the Summer session.

HOW TO APPLY

  1. Visit http://residence.wdw.utoronto.ca/summer
  2. Fill in the ONLINE application
  3. Pay the deposit online
  4. Wait for email confirming your spot! NO PAPERWORK!

Questions? Email summer.residence@wdw.utoronto.ca

All amounts are in Canadian Dollars. The CDN $90.00 non-refundable application fee is not part of the tuition fee.

The last day for withdrawing from a course without academic penalty is much later than the deadline for withdrawing and receiving a refund. Note that students are charged for all courses in which they enrol whether or not they attend class.
 

Students are responsible for reading and familiarizing themselves with the Fees & Refund Schedule.  The refund policies and deadlines may be different from those at your home university.

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2016 SUMMER

The Fee Schedule for the Summer 2016 Session is available.

For your reference, please find below the domestic fees  one full course for the Summer 2016 Session.

$1280.00 Academic Fees
$166.74 Incidental, System Access & Ancillary Fees
$1446.74 TOTAL

International fees for one full course for the Summer 2016 Session:

$8384.00 Academic Fees
$166.74 Incidental, System Access & Ancillary Fees
$ 204.00 University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) Fees
$8754. 74 TOTAL

2016-17 FALL/WINTER SESSION

The fee schedule for the Fall/Winter 2016-17 session will be available soon. 

For your reference, please find below the domestic fees  one full course for the 2015-16 Fall/Winter Session.

$1244.00 Academic Fees
$441.98 Incidental, System Access & Ancillary Fees
$1685.98 TOTAL

International fees for one full course for the Fall / Winter 2015-16 Session:

$7692.00  Academic Fees
$441.98    Incidental, System Access & Ancillary Fees
$612.00   University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) Fees
$8745.98 TOTAL

Please note that fees are subject to change in each session. The 2015-16 figures above are listed for reference only. 


Once you have successfully enrolled in your courses and have confirmed your prerequisites with the appropriate department, you must pay or defer your tuition fees to be officially enrolled at the University of Toronto. Fees can be paid by using telephone or online banking, or at a branch with your fees invoice. You can also defer your fees at the college if you have applied for a government loan.  Detailed information on fee payment options is included in your admission package.

If you withdraw from courses early in the session, you may be eligible for a refund of some portion of your fees. Click here for the Fees & Refund Schedule. Note: Once you have connected to the page, select the following links/path: The relevant academic session (summer or fall/winter)/Fees & Refund Schedule/Faculty of Arts & Science/Woodsworth College/Refund Schedule.

Make sure you refer to the Fees & Refund Schedule before you cancel any courses to avoid charges and select refund details for students who are charged fees “by course”.

Read the schedule carefully. The refund policies and deadlines may be different from those at your home university. 

If you have any questions about the refund schedule or fees, please .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) Woodsworth College.

CHOOSING YOUR COURSES

SUMMER 2016

The 2016 Summer Timetable is now available!  Please view for a list of our summer listings.

FALL/WINTER 2016-17

The 2016-17 Fall/Winter Timetable is available.  (Please note that Fall/Winter Visiting Students are restricted to Part-time status and have least priority for course enrolment.)

The current  Fall/Winter 2016-17 Calendar includes course descriptions, course prerequisites and sessional dates. 

Please contact the Visiting Student Program Office if you are interested in applying for the Fall/Winter 2016-17 session. Admission will be assessed on a case by case basis by the Program Advisor.

Visiting Students may enroll only in courses offered by the Faculty of Arts & Science. If you wish to take courses in other faculties such as Applied Science and Engineering, you should contact the division directly. Visiting students cannot take courses offered by the Rotman School of Management or the School of Continuing Studies. Returning Visiting Students cannot repeat courses already taken at the University of Toronto. Applicants should review the Prerequisites and Restrictions section before applying.

ONE
First, read all of the application instructions, including all of the identified links.

TWO
Use the online Timetable & Calendar to choose courses to include on your Letter of Permission.  Be sure you have the appropriate academic background (i.e. course background equivalent to the listed prerequisites) for the courses you intend to take.

THREE
Have your home university approve the courses and forward a valid Letter of Permission (LOP) to:

Visiting Student Office
Woodsworth College
University of Toronto
119 St. George Street
Toronto, ON M5S 1A9
CANADA
or by fax to (416) 978-4088

FOUR
Once you have contacted the Visiting Student Program Office, fill out and submit the online Visiting Student application form and pay the CAD $80.00 non-refundable application fee with a valid credit card.  Please note that the application fee is non-refundable and will not be refunded if the course is full or not approved by the home university.  It is recommended to wait until the LOP has been approved before submitting the application form.  If you are applying after the deadline, students are encouraged to contact the Visiting Student Program Office prior to submitting your application to ensure the course is still available.

Once you submit your application and fee, you will receive an online status receipt of your payment and a confirmation email from the Visiting Student Program Office.  Please contact our office if you do not receive your email confirmation.


FIVE
Once we receive your application, CDN$80.00 non-refundable application fee and your LOP, your admission will be processed. It usually takes two weeks to process an application. Once admitted, you will be provided with an admission package with your student number and detailed instructions required for online registration.

Students are responsible for ensuring all documents (LOP, CDN $80.00 application fee, and online application) are received by the deadline.

 

THE 2016 Summer Session and 2016-2017 FALL/WINTER APPLICATION WILL BE AVAILABLE IN EARLY FEBRUARY

ONE

First, read all of the application instructions, including all of the identified links.

TWO

Use the online Timetable & Calendar to choose courses to include on your Letter of Permission.  Be sure you have the appropriate academic background (i.e. course background equivalent to the listed prerequisites) for the courses you intend to take. Remember, visiting students cannot take courses with a course indicator 'R' or courses offered by the Rotman School of Management. Returning visiting students cannot repeat courses they have already taken at the University of Toronto.

THREE

Once your Letter of Permission has been approved, fill out and submit the online Visiting Student application form, pay the CAD $90.00 non-refundable application fee with a valid credit card and upload a copy of your Letter of Permission. Our office will not process any applications without an approved Letter of Permission attached to your application.  

Please ensure the first and last name on your application form matches the first and last name on your Letter of Permission. Mismatches may cause processing delays.

Please note that the $90.00 application fee is non-refundable and will not be refunded once an application has been received.  It is recommended to wait until the Letter of Permission has been approved before submitting the application form.  If you are applying after the deadline, students are encouraged to contact Woodsworth College prior to submitting the application to ensure the course is still available.

 
2016 ONLINE APPLICATION WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY

Once you submit your application and fee, you will receive an online status receipt of your payment.  Please contact our office if you do not receive your email confirmation.


FOUR

Once we receive your application, CAD $90.00 non-refundable application fee and your Letter of Permission, your admission will be processed. It usually takes two weeks to process an application. Once admitted, you will be sent an email with further instructions. You will also be provided with an admission package containing your official offer of admission and student number.

Applicants are responsible for ensuring all documents (Letter of Permission, CAD $90.00 application fee, and online application form) are submitted and received by the deadlines.

Visiting Students are bound by the same academic rules and regulations as outlined by our Calendar.  Woodsworth College advisors are available to provide advice and guidance to prospective and current students, but the ultimate responsibility rests with the student to familiarize themselves with the academic rules and code of conduct at the University of Toronto.

ACADEMIC OFFENCES AND CODE OF CONDUCT
Visiting Students, as members of the University of Toronto community, are guaranteed certain rights and freedoms but also assume certain responsibilities. This means that as part of the University of Toronto community, you are responsible for your behaviour, both social and academic and are required to know what constitutes appropriate behaviour by familiarizing yourself with the University’s policies. The University of Toronto’s Code of Conduct is the policy that covers non-academic behavior and is intended to help the University to deal fairly and efficiently with any breach in the safety or freedom of others during activities or programs at University of Toronto. Offences include such acts as harassment, assault, or discrimination.  The Code of Behavior on Academic Matters is the policy that informs all procedures related to academic misconduct at the University. Academic offences include (but are not limited to) plagiarism, receiving or providing unauthorized aid, or falsifying documents. The University of Toronto takes academic integrity very seriously -- the penalties can be quite severe and may be noted on your academic record.  If you have any questions about the Code of Student Conduct,  the Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters, or expectations in general at the University of Toronto, please contact Woodsworth College.  You can also visit http://www.artsci.utoronto.ca/osai/resources for more information to help you understand and meet University expectations. 

RETURNING VISITING STUDENTS
Woodsworth College reserves the right to refuse admission to any returning Visiting Students who are on probation, suspension or have been refused further registration by the University of Toronto or Woodsworth College.  Any previous University of Toronto tuition fees or library fines must be cleared prior to re-applying.  Your University of Toronto academic record will be reviewed should you consider re-applying as a Visiting Student, transferring as a degree student or applying to a professional or graduate program in any faculty or campus at the University of Toronto.

YOUR OFFICIAL RECORD
Grades are Permanent Records.  Your University of Toronto academic record contains not only your registration and enrolment information, but your grades, results of any petitions, medical information related to your academic progress, and any letters of reference submitted on your behalf.  Please be advised that University of Toronto grades, regardless of whether they are formally transferred back to your home university, will permanently remain on your University of Toronto academic record.  This academic record will be reviewed should you consider re-applying as a Visiting Student, transferring as a degree student or applying to a professional or graduate program in any faculty or campus at the University of Toronto.

All courses taken, except those officially cancelled, will remain on your permanent record regardless of whether the grade is officially transferred back to your home university.

After you have completed courses at the University of Toronto, you MUST request an official transcript to be sent to your home institution for a transfer credit assessment. A fee of CDN $12.00 is charged for each copy ordered. Transcripts are not automatically sent to your home university.  Students are responsible for requesting transcripts upon course completion.

Transcript requests can be made on the web through ROSI/ACORN (Student Web Service), by mail, or in-person. For more information on how to request a transcript, please visit the Transcript Website.

GRADUATING VISITING STUDENTS  Please be advised that if you plan to graduate at the end of the session in which you are registered as a Visiting Student, transcripts from the Faculty of Arts and Science may not reach your home institution in time for graduation.  Please Note: Summer session grades are available mid to end of September and fall/winter session grades are available mid to end of May.

CONFIRMATION OF ENROLMENT / NON-ATTENDANCE:  If your home institution requires confirmation of enrollment or a letter of non-attendance, you may request this letter through the Registrar's Office at 119 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 1A9, or with an .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) request.

EDUCATION TAX RECEIPTS/T2202A FORMS:
Students are able to conveniently view and print out official T2202A forms directly from ROSI (SWS).  The T2202A is the TUITION AND EDUCATION AMOUNTS CERTIFICATE issued for income tax purposes.  Please contact the Visiting Student Program Office if you have any questions regarding your tax forms or logging on to ROSI.

TRANSFERRING TO DEGREE STUDIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Each year a number of Visiting Students seek admission to the Faculty of Arts and Science as transfer students. If you have completed no more than two years of study at another university with acceptable marks, you may be admissible for up to ten transfer credits towards a twenty credit degree.

If you are interested in transferring to the Faculty of Arts and Science at the University of Toronto for September, the application deadline is January 30th for full-time and part-time studies.

Enrolment Services
University of Toronto
172 St. George Street
Toronto, Ontario M5R 0A3
Tel: (416) 978-2190
Website: Enrolment Services

The University of Toronto has three campuses. Woodsworth College is on the St. George Campus in downtown Toronto. The University of Toronto at Mississauga and the University of Toronto at Scarborough also admit Visiting Students to arts and science courses and have their own calendars, timetables and application forms. Information may be obtained directly from each campus. Students may apply to only one of the three campuses offering an Arts and Science Visiting Student Program.

University of Toronto at Scarborough
Office of the Registrar
1265 Military Trail
Scarborough, ON M1C 1A4
Tel: 416-287-7529
Visiting Student Program Website


University of Toronto at Mississauga
Office of the Registrar
Rm 2122 South Building
3359 Mississauga Rd North
Mississauga, ON L5L 1C6
Tel: 905-828-5399
Visiting Student Program Website

Welcome to the Visiting Student Program at the University of Toronto! Each summer, Woodsworth College admits hundreds of students from all over Canada and provides students with an opportunity to attend the University of Toronto for one academic session.

THE VISITING STUDENT PROGRAM-ST GEORGE CAMPUS

Visiting Students are from recognized universities located in North America, who are admitted to the Faculty of Arts and Science on the basis of a Letter of Permission (LOP) issued from their home university. The purpose of enrolling in courses as a Visiting Student is to transfer credits back to an undergraduate degree program at their home institution.

Visiting Students are University of Toronto students for the duration of the session in which they are registered. As a Visiting Student, you have full access to all University of Toronto student services, world class resources and facilities, including all libraries, athletic facilities and health services. The Woodsworth College residence is also available for Visiting Students interested in housing during the Summer session. Woodsworth College residence is not an option for the Fall/Winter session.  Located on the St. George campus, the new residence boasts suite-style apartments and impressive views of the Toronto skyline. 

International students enrolled in institutions outside of North America may apply through the International Summer Program. Please visit the International Summer Program website or email our office for further information. 

Visiting Students must be in good standing at their home university. They may not be on probation, suspended or expelled. Transcripts and English Facility Test results may be required and you should be prepared to present a transcript to the Woodsworth College or an academic department to verify your prerequisite course background.

Returning Visiting Students: Students reapplying as a Visiting Student will have to go through the application procedure for each session they are applying for. Returning visiting students will be assessed based on previous performance at the University of Toronto.  Furthermore, returning visiting students can only complete 5.0 credits at the University of Toronto. Please keep this in mind as you apply.

Previous University of Toronto Students: Students who were previously admitted to the University of Toronto in the Faculty of Arts & Science and completed courses as a degree student and wish to take courses on a Letter of Permission from their current home university must apply as a visiting student through Woodsworth College.  Admission will be based on a valid Letter of Permission and Woodsworth College will review previous academic standing.

Returning students cannot re-take any courses they have already received a credit for at the University of Toronto, even if they have permission to do so from their home university.

Woodsworth College reserves the right to refuse admission to any returning visiting students or previous University of Toronto degree students applying on a Letter of Permission who are on probation, suspension or have been refused further registration by the University of Toronto.  Any previous University of Toronto outstanding fees or financial holds must be cleared before a student can be admitted.

If you have questions about your admissibility, please .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) our office before you submit an application.

VISITING STUDENT PROGRAM APPLICATION DEADLINE

2016 SUMMER SESSION:

Please note that we are no longer accepting applications for courses for Summer 2016.

2016-17 FALL/WINTER SESSION: SEPTEMBER - APRIL

The application deadline for the 2016-17 Fall/Winter Session is: Tuesday July 26, 2016

The Online Application is available now. The 2016-17 Fall/Winter Timetable is available.

Due to the limited priority during the Fall/Winter session, Visiting Students are limited to 3.5 full course equivalents unless otherwise approved.

The Visiting Student Program is designed for the Summer Session and there are very limited opportunities for Visiting Students to study in the Fall/Winter session.  The Fall/Winter session is NOT appropriate for students who are interested in a full-course load, who require upper level courses, or are in their graduating year. Visiting students in Fall/Winter must enrol after U of T degree students have been accommodated, and many courses will have filled to capacity. We strongly advise you to have alternate plans in place for your Fall/Winter studies. Admission to the Visiting Student Program does not guarantee successful enrolment in any course.