Your guide to summer and fall 2021 at U of T

Resources for students


As a University of Toronto student, things are different. But the University is taking steps to ensure a welcoming environment that prioritizes inclusive learning and the well-being of our students.

This summer, classes, labs and tutorials will be held online, giving students the option to earn required course credits remotely. For the fall 2021 term, we’re optimistic about a gradual, safe return to campus. The University encourages all members of the community to become vaccinated. Students living in residence for 2021-2022 will be required to get their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine before their residence move-in date. The University continues to follow public health guidance closely, but we’re hopeful about the return of in-person classes, students services and co-curricular activities this September.

Explore this page to learn more about the UTogether experience.

A masked student practising social distancing in front of a reception desk.


Undergraduate students and second-entry undergraduate professional program students


Graduate and professional master’s students


International students

U of T welcomes international students from over 150 countries and regions.


Health and wellness

The upcoming year will be exciting – and challenging. Find information on staying well and managing stress.


Co-curricular activities

There’s so much to do alongside your studies.

More questions? Visit the UTogether FAQ page – and if you have other questions, get in touch using the Contact Us button on the FAQ page.