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STUDENT SERVICES & RESOURCES

 

 

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UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT SERVICES AND RESOURCES

The information found here is primarily intended for current undergraduate students. If you are a prospective undergraduate student, please visit Program Info to obtain information on admission requirements and application procedures.

The Faculty of Music Calendar provides complete information on all Bachelor of Music programs, Artist Diploma programs, and Advanced Certificate in Performance programs. This information includes degree requirements, course descriptions, and academic regulations. The Faculty of Music Undergraduate Timetable lists the courses offered in the current year, along with details of time, place, and instructor. The Faculty of Arts & Science Calendar and Timetable provide equivalent information on Arts & Science courses.

Newly admitted students should consult the Next Steps Guide to learn about starting their studies at UofT Music.

Current undergraduate students can access information and forms within the Registrar’s Page on the UofT Portal on such matters as exam schedules and policies, practice room signup, petitions, and scholarships and financial aid.

 

Registrar’s Office

The Registrar's Office at the Faculty of Music is your “reliable first stop” for information and advice. The office is responsible for the administrative operations of the undergraduate program including registrarial and computerized student records, course administration, convocation, examinations, marks and grade reporting, information on scholarships, bursaries and financial aid, as well as the policies on academic regulations. Academic and personal counselling is also provided by the office, along with appropriate referrals to other services within the university.

The Registrar’s Office is located in Room 145 of the Edward Johnson Building. The regular hours of operation are Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 4:30pm. The office can be reached by phone at 416–978–3740 and by email.

Students having difficulties with a specific course should not hesitate to bring this to the attention of the instructor. Students with problems related to teaching that they cannot resolve with the instructor concerned should contact the appropriate Divisional Coordinator, the Registrar, or the Associate Dean, Academic and Student Affairs. For phone and email information, visit UofT Music Contacts

The Registrar’s Office can guide students to appropriate university services, including:

 Aboriginal Student Services,

Academic Success Centre,

Accessibility Services,

Career Centre,

Centre for Community Partnerships,

Centre for International Experience,

Community Safety Office,

Family Care Office,

Health and Wellness Centre,

Multi-Faith Centre,

Sexual and Gender Diversity Office, and

Student Housing Services.