New College Registrar’s Office Fall Term Update – Welcome back to campus!

 

In-person Services

The New College Registrar’s Office will be offering in-person front line services as of  Monday, September 13th.  Our front desk will be open Monday to Friday, 10:00am to 4:00pm (closed for lunch daily 12:30-1:30pm). We are located in Room 107, 300 Huron Street.

 

Virtual Services will continue to be offered as well.  You can reach us by phone (416- 978-2460) or email (newcollege.registrar@utoronto.ca).

Monday to Friday, 9:30am to 4:30pm (closed for lunch daily 12:30-1:30pm).

 

Advising Appointments

Our academic advising appointments will continue during the fall term to be offered in a virtual format.

If you’re looking to schedule an advising appointment, we have a new online booking system. You can find further info and the online form online here: https://uoft.me/newcollege-advising

We will only be taking appointment bookings via the online form.

 

Virtual Registrar’s Office on Quercus

We also encourage you to review the information provided on the New College Registrar’s Office Quercus course (https://q.utoronto.ca/courses/206649). It provides helpful and comprehensive information regarding course enrolment, fee payment, and sessional dates.

 

Click here for more New College campus updates during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

-New College Registrar’s Office

The New College Registrar’s Office is the centre for information and advice of all kinds. From admission to graduation, students are encouraged to make it their home base by asking any and all questions and concerns to the friendly and knowledgeable registrarial staff. Individual appointments are readily available. The range of counselling support offered is very wide, including:

      • course and program selection
      • academic questions and problems
      • financial problems and planning, referral to sources of aid
      • career information and guidance
      • preparation for professional schools (e.g. medicine, law, education)
      • degree requirements
      • the Faculty grading scheme
      • learning and study skills (e.g. time management, coping with exam anxiety)
      • adjustment to university
      • personal problems
      • assistance with situations affecting academic work, e.g. illness, family problems; appeals or petitions for consideration
      • transfer credit and study elsewhere
      • informed referral to other sources of advice

Other Reasons to Consult the Registrar’s Office

      • obtain and submit grant applications and College scholarship applications
      • request letters and forms stating and verifying registration details; other signed confirmations
      • query fees accounts, assessments, arrears
      • “re-register” after sessions of absence from study in the Faculty
      • sign up for information sessions
      • obtain information on New College programs and courses
      • information on accessing tax deduction certificates