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.  

Resources


SGS updates


It’s not too late to check out the 2020-21 Orientation Website, Dean’s messages, and the new SGS GradHub.

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.