After Admission

Now that you have been admitted to New, there are some key steps to take to get ready for the first day of classes.

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Course Selection

The Faculty of Arts & Science at U of T offers over 2,000 courses and over 300 programs. With so many options, keep these tips in mind when deciding on your first year courses.

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Degree Requirements at a Glance

Your Arts & Science degree is comprised of a number of different components from program requirements to breadth requirements and more.

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How to Read a Course Description in the Calendar

A guide to understanding the course descriptions at the Faculty of Arts & Science.

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How to Read Course Timetable Listings

A guide to understanding the Registration Instructions & Timetable and the various codes that provide enrolment information.

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New College Programs

New College’s interdisciplinary academic programs have an emphasis on equity, diversity, and social justice. Learn more about each of these programs and what they offer.

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New One: Learn without Borders

New College offers a unique First-Year Foundation Program called NEW ONE: Learning without Borders. Small classes give you the opportunity to work closely with faculty and fellow students and get enhanced support with research and writing.

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New College Resources

A list of resources available to all New College students throughout their degree, from academic help to life outside the classroom.

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Writing Centre

The Writing Centre provides personalized, one-on-one sessions with highly skilled instructors to help you develop your thinking and writing at university.

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D.G. Ivey Library

The D.G. Ivey Library is one of the best-kept secrets on campus. It’s a bright, quiet study space with access to the tools and resources you need to complete your assignments and study for your tests and exams.

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“New College has a wide variety of resources available for all students throughout their degree. I have benefited from booking appointments at the Registrar’s Office to ease my transition from high school to university, as well as to gain insight into my undergraduate degree. I have also spent hours studying at the Ivey Library and I never have to worry about a low battery, as they have many laptop chargers available. The library is easily accessible through New College’s tunnels, which is beneficial for any student living on residences or anyone trying to avoid the cold weather.”

Jade Ong-ToneFourth-year Neuroscience & Physiology student