Current Students

U of T Engineering students enjoy a challenging curriculum, professional development opportunities and many ways to become involved outside of the classroom. Below are some resources to help current students get the most out of their experience:


Student Services (Office of the Registrar)

Current students can visit the Office of the Registrar to find out about letters of registration, timetables, exam viewing, scheduling concerns, petitions and more.

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Advising & Support

Support services in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering span pre-admission to post-graduation. From academic to financial aid to career advice and much more, academic advisors, tutors and embedded counsellors are available to assist you in navigating your undergraduate career.

  • Your First Year
  • Academic Advising
  • Academic Success
  • Health & Wellness
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    Accessibility Services

    Current students can contact Accessibility Services to find out more about note-taking services, alternative test and exam arrangements, adaptive equipment and assistive devices.

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    Financial Aid and Scholarships

    The Financial Aid and Scholarships office is available to provide undergraduates with information on the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP), University of Toronto Advance Planning for Students (UTAPS), financial planning, financial assistance and debt management.

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    Engineering Computing Facility

    The Engineering Computing Facility (ECF) provides a variety of computing services for students within the Faculty: computer accounts, lab schedules, locations, remote access and printing.

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    Electives

    Electives are classified into five groups: Humanities and Social Science (HSS), Complementary Studies (CS), Natural Science (NS), Technical Electives and Free Electives.

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    Engineering Career Centre

    The Engineering Career Centre (ECC) serves to prepare undergraduates and new alumni for their future careers.

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    Engineering Communication Program

    The Engineering Communication Program (ECP) helps undergraduate engineers build professional communication skills.

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    ILead

    ILead offers transformative learning opportunities for undergraduates. They empower the whole engineer to maximize their potential and contribution through the development of leadership skills.

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    The Entrepreneurship Hatchery

    The Entrepreneurship Hatchery provides students with space, equipment, mentoring and connections to possible funders to help develop their ideas from concept to prototype.

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    Engineering Society

    Established in 1885, The University of Toronto Engineering Society is the student government for all full and part-time undergraduate students in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, formerly known as the School of Practical Science, at the University of Toronto. The Society, also known as EngSoc, provides services, funding, and countless extracurricular opportunities to over 5,000 members, proudly continuing the traditions and storied history of Canada's oldest and largest engineering school.

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    Study Abroad

    The Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering works in cooperation with the Centre for International Experience (CIE) to offer students great opportunities to study at more than 150 top-tier institutions in 40 countries.

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