Registration

Important Academic Dates to Note: January 2018
1. Get your University of Toronto TCard
1. Get your University of Toronto TCard
Registration
2. Get your UTORmail email address (for communication with UofT and Regis College)
2. Get your UTORmail email address (for communication with UofT and Regis College)
3. Clear all admission condition(s) if you have any

 

  • Please check with the Registrar’s Office for confirmation before September.

 

4. Verify and update your personal information on SWS(ACORN)

 

  • No later than the first week of classes. Inform the Registar if you change your address/phone

3. Clear all admission condition(s) if you have any

 

  • Please check with the Registrar’s Office for confirmation before September.

 

4. Verify and update your personal information on SWS(ACORN)

 

  • No later than the first week of classes. Inform the Registar if you change your address/phone

5. Attend the Regis College Orientation

(mandatory for all new students)

 

Upcoming Orientations:

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Saturday, September 15, 2018

 

Please RSVP to Sonal Castelino, Student Life Coordinator via email at s.castelino@utoronto.ca

5. Attend the Regis College Orientation

(mandatory for all new students)

 

Upcoming Orientations:

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Saturday, September 15, 2018 (Tentative)

 

Please RSVP to Sonal Castelino, Dean of Students via email at s.castelino@utoronto.ca

International Students

University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) Information Session

 

Wednesday, 31 October 2018

4:00pm – 5:00pm.

 
International Students

Please register and attend additional information session for international students.

 

Monday, 17 September 2018

3:00pm – 4:30pm.

Graduate Degree Students

Also attend the Toronto School of Theology (TST) Orientation for AD students

 

Friday, 7 September 2018 at TST

75 Queen’s Park Crescent

Doctoral Students

Study carrels are available for doctoral students. Please contact the Regis Library for details.

International Students

Please register and attend additional information session for international students.

 

Monday, 17 September 2018

3:00pm – 4:30pm.

Graduate Degree Students

Also attend the Toronto School of Theology (TST) Orientation for AD students

 

Friday, 7 September 2018 at TST

75 Queen’s Park Crescent

Doctoral Students

Study carrels are available for doctoral students. Please contact the Regis Library for details.

International Students

1. Make an appointment with the Registrar

All international students are required to make an appointment with the Registrar upon arrival in Canada no later than the first week of class. Please call 416-922-5474 x221 to make an appointment. Please bring the following documents with you:

 

  • Passport
  • Study Permit
  • Type of Stay form

2. Attend the International Students Information Session

Monday, September 17, 2018

3:30-4:30 pm in Classroom C.

Please pre-register for the session by clicking here.

3. The University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP)

The University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) is a mandatory health plan intended to ensure that you have basic health care coverage while studying in Ontario.  It is very important that you obtain your UHIP card early before the possible event of a medical emergency.

1. Make an appointment with the Registrar

All international students are required to make an appointment with the Registrar upon arrival in Canada no later than the first week of class. Please call 416-922-5474 x221 to make an appointment. Please bring the following documents with you:

 

  • Passport
  • Study Permit
  • Type of Stay form

2. Attend the International Students Information Session

Monday, September 17, 2018

3:30-4:30 pm in Classroom A.

Please pre-register for the session by clicking here.

3. The University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP)

The University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) is a mandatory health plan intended to ensure that you have basic health care coverage while studying in Ontario.  It is very important that you obtain your UHIP card early before the possible event of a medical emergency.

Returning Students

1. Verify and update your personal information

Go to ACORN(SWS) by 31 August. Inform the Registar if you change your address/phone.

2. Contact your Program Director

Obtain approval for academic activities.

3. Enroll in courses

After obtaining approval, enroll courses on ACORN(SWS).  The final day to add HS or HY courses on ACORN for the 2018 academic year is January 12.

 

Graduate Degree Students: When coursework is completed, enrol via administration

4. Check the Quercus website

See if the instructor is using Quercus, as support, and for preparation before coming to classes.

5. Keep the approved Academic Activities Approval Form

Make sure to keep a copy in your academic profile for record.

6. Pay Fees

See invoices posted in ACORN(SWS).  The final day to pay student fees before automatic cancellation for the 2018 academic term is January 26.

Basic Degree Students

  • If you have taken all required courses for the program but have not completed your course work; or you are still working on the closure paper for your program which you have enrolled in previous session (e.g. RGT3790YY Master of Theological Studies Synthesis Paper or TSX3339YY Summative Exercise), you will automatically be enrolled to continue registration on a term-by-term basis in the immediate consecutive term, and pay a continuation of program fee equal to one course credit plus incidental fees until completion, i.e. TSZ3333HF (for September term) or TSZ3333HS (for January term) or TSZ3333HF (for Summer session).
  • In addition to tuition and incidental fees, students in the MDiv Program are advised to budget about $360 to $400 for ten to twelve sessions in spiritual direction for each year of their program. MDiv students can consult the Director of Theological Field Education for advice on the selection of a spiritual director.
  • Students in IFM/STM or STM Programs are required to complete three advanced level courses, and therefore will be invoiced an adjustment fee directly by the College, which is the difference between advanced level and basic level fees for the three courses. This adjustment is not a new fee. Basic Degree students taking advanced (6000) level, or 5000 level courses with special permission are required to pay the adjustment fee.

Graduate Degree Students

  • All Graduate Degree students are to forward to the Registrar’s Office, by 31 July, the “Declaration of Full-Time/Part-Time Status
  • When you have no other academic activity during the session, or when you reach the research/thesis stage, you should enrol in an academic activity in SWS(ACORN), either to maintain registration, or to reflect the research/thesis work that you are engaged in. Check with the Registrar for the appropriate academic activity code that applies to you at that time, have it approved by the AD Director by using the Academic Activities Approval Form – see “Enrolment (via Administration)“. Keep the approved form for record. Check your SWS(ACORN) record in a week’s time to verify enrolment.

Important information from the TST website: