About Gradlife Programs
Take a break and connect with other grad students at this free, bi-weekly chat forum. Share you experiences in an informal setting, talk about your challenges and life as a graduate student. An expert staff facilitator will be available to answer questions related to each week’s theme. Look for Grad Connections programming on the Events Calendar.
Thesis avoidance with style. Relax, have fun, and meet other graduate students from outside your department while enjoying social, cultural, and recreational events. Art classes, theatre, sporting events, history tours, and more—there’s something for everyone. All activities are facilitated by a current graduate student. Look for Grad Escapes programming on the Events Calendar.
Gradlife and Grad Room partner to offer learning sessions to help grad students build skills and gain balance. Most sessions are held at 66 Harbord Street and cover topics like communication, personal development, academic support, careers, and more. Look for Grad Talks on the Events Calendar.
Gradlife hosts orientation sessions for incoming graduate students as well as campus tours in prior to the start of the Fall session, and additional programming for incoming students in the Winter session. If you are an incoming graduate student, check the Orientation page and Events Calendar for details.