Check back later for more information on workshops or events.
One-on-one Help with Admissions Letters
You can reserve one appointment per academic term in our regular Writing Centre schedule to address graduate and professional schools application materials, such as personal statements. You may have additional appointments only if they are drop-in appointments (not booked ahead of time). You can also bring application and admission letters to the Writing Room, our drop-in space. We provide support for personal statements for students registered in New College and also for students majoring in one of our programs (Caribbean Studies, Equity Studies, African Studies, Buddhist Psychology and Mental Health; also Women and Gender Studies, Human Biology). We do not look at job application materials (resumes and cover letters) at the Writing Centre.
Workshops on Scholarship Applications
Attend a workshop given by our Registrar and a Writing Centre faculty member, right here at New College! Learn about the scholarships available to you and the process of applying for them. Work on your draft statement, learning some strategies to make your research shine.
Ontario Graduate Scholarship Workshop: Fri. Jan. 22, 11:30 to 1 pm.
Workshops on Personal Statements
Applying to Medicine, Law, or another professional or graduate program? Learn how to present your strengths and frame your experience to your advantage.
90-minute workshops, various times. Register online.
Student Success Centre Seminar Room, Koffler Student Services Centre
Professional Faculty Information Sessions
If you are applying to graduate school or a professional school at U of T, be sure to attend one of their program information sessions. Check back in the fall of 2020 for a link to their new schedule.
Career Education and Exploration Centre
The Career Centre offers workshops to support students with career exploration, further education, the job search and much more! Pay particular attention to the CV and Personal Statement Camps being offered January 10, 2020. These “camps” are modelled after New College’s own Writing Retreats and will be productive places to make headway on your application, with support and feedback from New College Writing Instructors, Career Educators, and peers.