Orientation 2019

Tuesday September 3 - Saturday September 7

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Early bird registration | Until July 31

Regular registration | After August 1

 

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Main Events

Below is the schedule and some of our featured events for the week.

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Center Island is one of the many events of the week that our group will attend, and is a great location to see some of the best views of the Toronto Skyline! Accessible by ferry, Center Island includes many different terrains, such as lush parks and sandy beaches, and is a great place to explore with new friends, toss a frisbee around and take in the spectacular views of Toronto.

Center Island is one of the many events of the week that our group will attend, and is a great location to see some of the best views of the Toronto Skyline! Accessible by ferry, Center Island includes many different terrains, such as lush parks and sandy beaches, and is a great place to explore with new friends, toss a frisbee around and take in the spectacular views of Toronto.

Located just minutes from the Faculty of Music, the Royal Ontario Museum is a world renowned attraction and educational site! Among the vast corridors of this grand building, you will find various exhibits, such as gigantic dinosaurs fossils and ancient ruins from lost civilizations!

Located just minutes from the Faculty of Music, the Royal Ontario Museum is a world renowned attraction and educational site! Among the vast corridors of this grand building, you will find various exhibits, such as gigantic dinosaurs fossils and ancient ruins from lost civilizations!

As one of Toronto's largest tourist attractions, it only makes sense to come here! We understand that not all students are from Toronto, and this gives them a chance to explore a bit of the city. Plus, who wouldn't love to see all kinds of fish and sea creatures in the heart of Toronto?

As one of Toronto's largest tourist attractions, it only makes sense to come here! We understand that not all students are from Toronto, and this gives them a chance to explore a bit of the city. Plus, who wouldn't love to see all kinds of fish and sea creatures in the heart of Toronto?

Our boat cruise is an event you will definitely not want to miss! Including past themes like "Wacky Tacky" and "Masquerade," this event is usually held in the evening on a boat, cruising Lake Ontario. You will be able to enjoy the skyline of Toronto and see the CN Tower light up the night sky while dancing to some of your favourite songs.

Our boat cruise is an event you will definitely not want to miss! Including past themes like "Wacky Tacky" and "Masquerade," this event is usually held in the evening on a boat, cruising Lake Ontario. You will be able to enjoy the skyline of Toronto and see the CN Tower light up the night sky while dancing to some of your favourite songs.

To lighten the mood for the week, The Second City is a hilarious comedy group that does sketches and specializes in improvisation sessions as well. Their improvs are often interactive and everyone has a blast!

To lighten the mood for the week, The Second City is a hilarious comedy group that does sketches and specializes in improvisation sessions as well. Their improvs are often interactive and everyone has a blast!

It wouldn't be a Faculty of Music Orientation without a concert! Featuring faculty members and students alike, new students are introduced to the caliber of music at the Faculty, and enjoy this welcoming concert that showcases the power of unity through music.

It wouldn't be a Faculty of Music Orientation without a concert! Featuring faculty members and students alike, new students are introduced to the caliber of music at the Faculty, and enjoy this welcoming concert that showcases the power of unity through music.

The Tri-Campus Parade is organized by the UTSU and gives new students a chance to recognize the rest of the colleges and faculties at the university, giving them the first real glimpse at the diversity and magnitude of UofT.

The Rex is a Jazz Bar located on Queen Street in the heart of Toronto. Not only can you go there to enjoy all kinds of jazz music, but UofT music students often perform here as well. Feel free to drop by on your own and explore the jazz scene in Toronto!

The Rex is a Jazz Bar located on Queen Street in the heart of Toronto. Not only can you go there to enjoy all kinds of jazz music, but UofT music students often perform here as well. Feel free to drop by on your own and explore the jazz scene in Toronto!

The FMUA hosts a welcome BBQ for all the incoming students after a long day of having fun. This is usually held in our backfield on Philosopher's Walk.

The FMUA hosts a welcome BBQ for all the incoming students after a long day of having fun. This is usually held in our backfield on Philosopher's Walk.

 

Academic Sessions

In between all the fun activities, academic sessions are held to help incoming students transition more easily into university life. These sessions usually feature Faculty members or University delegates.

These sessions include topics like:

  • Campus Police and other university services

  • Mental Health Services

  • Equity and Accessiblity

 

Sponsors

Orientation 2019 is proudly sponsored by