First Year Experience Program - Registration Form
The following form will allow incoming students to apply to be a part of Woodsworth College's First-Year Experience Program (FYEP) that will help you transition to life at the University of Toronto.

This program has been created to address the challenges that arise for students making the transition from high school to full or part-time studies at the University of Toronto. The program is designed to guide students in their efforts to achieve academic, social and personal goals as a new university student. The First-Year Experience Mentors will provide incoming students with the opportunity to learn and grow through guidance, communication and leadership of a supportive community.

This program will be run using a group mentorship format where a pair of ' First-Year Experience Mentors' will be matched with a group of incoming students. The mentors will serve as co-anchors and guides to the incoming students, helping them overcome the challenges of first year with careful guidance and positive support. These meetings will occur on a monthly basis and last 2 hours each. The meetings will be a mixture of 'drop-in style' as well as themed session. Drop-in style refers to sessions where incoming students can drop-by anytime during a scheduled timeframe and ask questions/chat with their mentors as well as other first-year students. Themed sessions on the other hand will have more structure, where a certain topic of interest to incoming students will be addressed. For example, mentors might decide to hold a session on study habits/exam skills during the month of December when Midterms are just around the corner!

In addition to the monthly meet-ups, this program will also have different Academic and Social Events that will occur on a monthly basis. These events are a great way to meet other incoming students who are not part of your monthly meet-up group. Also, it can be a fun way to learn more about the city - last year we had an event where we walked over to and discovered Kensington market together. Kensington Market is often described as Toronto's most vibrant and diverse neighbourhood and it is minutes away from our campus!

Deadline: 16th February 11:59PM
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Incoming students have the opportunity to receive Curricular Record (CCR) recognition for their participation in FYEP by attending monthly events and meet-ups & completing reflections. To learn more about the CCR, visit
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First Name *
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Last Name *
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E-mail address: *
please use your UofT Email account if possible.
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Student Number *
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Phone Number *
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Area of Study *
Intended Program of Study *
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Dietary Restrictions *
Accommodation Needs *
Please Check all items you identify with: *
The following questions will be used to help gear the program to best fit the needs of our incoming students. Hence, giving detailed responses will allow our mentors to provide guidance as well as possible.
What are some of your largest worries as an incoming student? *
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What areas of the University administrative process do you have most questions about? (ie. How do I select my Program of Study?) *
Your answer
Would you prefer the sessions to be well-structured with a specific theme for each session or 'drop-in' style? *
Drop-in style sessions will be less structured, where incoming students have the opportunity to engage in discussion with other students as well as their mentors. They are a great type of session that can be used to address questions incoming students have. Themed sessions on the other hand will have more structure, where a certain topic of interest to incoming students will be addressed. Ultimately, we hope for this program to have a mixture of both types of sessions.
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act *
The University of Toronto respects your privacy. Personal information that you provide to the University is collected pursuant to section 2(14) of the University of Toronto Act, 1971. It is collected for the purpose of administering admissions, registration, academic programs, university-related student activities, activities of student societies, safety, financial assistance and awards, graduation and university advancement, and reporting to government. In addition, the Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities has asked that we notify you of the following: The University of Toronto is required to disclose personal information such as Ontario Education Numbers, student characteristics and educational outcomes to the Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities under s. 15 of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities Act, R.S.O. 1990, Chapter M.19, as amended. The ministry collects this data for purposes such as planning, allocating and administering public funding to colleges, universities and other post-secondary educational and training institutions and to conduct research and analysis, including longitudinal studies, and statistical activities conducted by or on behalf of the ministry for purposes that relate to post-secondary education and training. Further information on how the Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities uses this personal information is available on the ministry’s website. At all times it will be protected in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. If you have questions, please refer to or contact the University Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Coordinator at McMurrich Building, room 104, 12 Queen's Park Crescent West, Toronto, ON, M5S 1A8.
Access to Academic History *
In an effort to ensure the program is successful and that you meet the requirements for the program, the Office of the Dean of Students will be accessing your academic history through ACORN.
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