SGS Looking Ahead
Your graduate student guide to the 2020-21 academic year
With more than 20,000 graduate students from a range of diverse research-stream and professional programs across three campuses, our approach to supporting graduate students prioritizes the health, wellness and safety of students; recognizes the diversity in the student body and in learning opportunities; seeks to minimize the financial impact of disruptions while facilitating academic progress; and recognizes that the impacts of COVID-19 on students are both uneven and evolving.
Student support during the pandemic
Given the ongoing pandemic and recent lockdown, we wish to remind you of the supports available to graduate students.
SGS services & supports
SGS services including Admissions Support, Student Academic Services, Graduate Awards & Financial Aid, Program Completion, Health & Wellness, and Accessibility Services continue to be available through virtual appointments, email, phone and video-conferencing during regular business hours (Monday to Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.). Visit our staff directory for more information.
Do you still have questions related to U of T’s operations during the COVID-19 pandemic? Submit a question here.
Check out the Gradschool e-news
Published by the School of Graduate Studies, Gradschool e-news is your source for information about key resources, opportunities, and academic deadlines. across U of T’s three campuses. It is automatically delivered to more than 20,000 grad students each month.