Enrolment and Registration Resources
Please review the registration handbooks, timetables and information below for details about course enrolment and registration.
2022-23 Fall and Winter
- Academic Calendar
- Fees and Awards
- Fee and Refund Schedule for 2022-23 Fall and Winter Session
- The 2022-2023 Academic Calendar is available on the Calendar webpage.
- KPE is offering a new course in Legal Aspects of Sport, Recreation and Kinesiology (KPE432H).
- In-person ODP courses (ODP100H1, Combined versions of ODP100H1 and ODP200H1, and ODP300H1) have been scheduled for late August and early September 2022. See the ODP section.
- In-person learning
The University of Toronto delivers academic programs through an in-person learning environment. All students should therefore plan to attend on-campus activities in-person in order to successfully complete their program/ degree unless: (i) students have been approved by the University to participate in off-campus activities (such as study abroad or work terms), or (ii) the calendar entry for a program/degree explicitly states that no in-person activities are required. While the University strives to maintain an in-person learning environment, the University reserves the right to alter the manner in which it delivers its courses and co-curricular opportunities in response to health and safety emergencies and public health guidance.
Enrolment and Registration Basics
- Enrolment for KPE courses on ACORN will begin on July 13, 2022 at 6 a.m. (ET).
- Registration details and sessional dates can be found in 2022-23 Fall and Winter Registration Guide
- A finalized listing of Fall-Winter courses can be found on the Timetables webpage.
A summary of basic enrolment and registration information is provided below.
Refer to the full 2022-23 Fall and Winter Registration Guide for detailed course enrolment and registration procedures.
KPE COURSE ENROLMENT
The first day for all undergraduate students to enrol in KPE courses is July 13, 2022 at 6 a.m. (ET).
- Enrol in courses via ACORN system.
- Please visit the Timetables webpage for course offering information.
ST. GEORGE CAMPUS ARTS & SCIENCE ENROLMENT
The first day for KPE undergraduate students to enrol in St. George Campus Arts & Science courses on ACORN is August 3, 2022 at 6 a.m. (ET).
For more information about course registration and timetables, please visit the Arts & Science website.
U OF T AT SCARBOROUGH COURSE ENROLMENT
Information about courses offered at UTSC is available on the UTSC website.
Course enrolment for unrestricted UTSC academic courses will begin on ACORN starting August 5, 2022 at 6 a.m. (ET). Some UTSC courses may be open for early registration, so try to add them before the published registration dates.
U OF T AT MISSISSAUGA COURSE ENROLMENT
Information about courses offered at UTM is available on the UTM website.
Course enrolment for unrestricted UTM courses will begin on ACORN starting August 5, 2022 at 6 a.m. (ET).
STUDENT STATUS: FULL-TIME VS. PART-TIME
FULL TIME STATUS
For the 2022-23 session, you will be assigned full time status by default. Full-time status is defined as enrolment in 3.0 – 6.0 Full Credit Equivalents (FCEs).
PART TIME STATUS
You may request to change to part-time status if your course load on ACORN is 2.5 FCEs or less.
To request a change to part time status for the academic year:
- Email email@example.com.
- Ensure that you include your full name, student number and your request to move to part time status for the 2022-23 academic year.
COURSE LOAD AND WAIT LIST LIMITS
- Full-time students can be enrolled in a maximum of 6.0 FCEs. Of these 6.0 FCEs a maximum of 2.0 FCEs may be waitlisted courses.
- Part-time students can be enrolled in a maximum of 2.5 FCEs. Of these 2.5 FCEs a maximum of 2.0 FCEs may be waitlisted courses.
MAXIMUM TERM COURSE LOAD
You may enrol and/or waitlist in a maximum of seven (7) academic courses per term within the limits noted above. Term overloads above seven (7) courses may be requested by petition but are highly discouraged.
If you wish to enrol in more than 6.0 FCEs for the 2022-23 session you must petition for permission to enrol in a course overload. You must have a GPA of 2.7 or higher in the preceding year to be considered for an overload.
Petition forms are available on the Petitions webpage.
PROGRAM VS. PER-COURSE FEES
Tuition fee charges depend on a student’s course enrolments as of the published fee capture dates.
- By default all students will be set to full time program fee tuition charges for 2022-23 academic session.
- Students who are enrolled in 3.5 credits or less as of the fee capture dates may request to pay tuition fees on a per course basis.
Visit the KPE Fees and Awards webpage for full details about capture dates and tuition fee charges.
TUITION FEE INVOICE
You can view and print a tuition fee invoice on ACORN in mid-July.
DEADLINE TO PAY OR DEFER TUITION
You must pay or defer your fees by the deadline, or you will be removed from courses on ACORN.
The deadline to make the Minimum Require Payment for Registration OR defer fees if you are receiving OSAP is August 31, 2022.
ONLINE TUITION FEE DEFERRAL
Students who are approved for OSAP or other provincial government funding may request a temporary tuition fee deferral, which allows them to be fully registered in their courses while delaying the minimum payment deadline until the end of September.
To defer your tuition fees:
- Login to ACORN.
- Click on Tuition Fee Deferral and follow the instructions.
The refund deadline for courses and term withdrawal is much earlier than the published drop deadlines.
Refund amounts will be based on your course load as of the fee capture dates and the date you cancel (drop) your course on ACORN. Visit the Student Accounts website for full details about refund deadlines and procedures.
OSAP funding is available to you if:
- You are a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or protected person.
- You have financial need.
- You are registered in an eligible program with a full-time course load in each term. (You cannot average the course load over 2 terms).
Early OSAP applications are necessary to be eligible for tuition fee deferrals.
Returning students should apply for OSAP by the end of May. New students should apply by mid-June.
OSAP’s application is available online at OSAP website.
For detailed information about applying for OSAP visit the Enrolment Services website.
ODP registration takes place via the ACORN system. Please refer to the Registration Information website for more information about enrolment dates and timetables.
Fees for the Outdoor Projects will be charged to your tuition invoice as ancillary fees. Once you add an ODP course to your timetable the fee will appear as follows. The deadline to pay these fees will align with tuition fee payment deadlines and procedures.
- ODP100H1 P101: September 3-5, 2022 (for 1st year students)
- ODP100H1 P102: August 28-31, 2022 (ODP100H1 and ODP200H1 combined version for 2nd year students)
- ODP100H1 P103: August 31-September 3, 2022 (ODP100H1 and ODP200H1 combined version for 3rd year students)
- ODP200H1: August 26-28, 2022 (for 4th year students)
- ODP300H1: September 9-11, 2022
- ODP301H1: Early May 2023 (TBA)
- ODP302H1: Late January 2023 or early February 2023 (TBA)
ODP INFORMATION SURVEYS
Students will receive an email prior to the start of the Outdoor Project requesting completion of an online survey on the ODP Quercus website. Be prepared to provide relevant medical information, dietary restrictions, and emergency contact information prior the deadline noted in the email.
Detailed COURSE INFORMATION AND EQUIPMENT LISTS
Outdoor project course outlines including camp descriptions, clothing and equipment lists will be available on the ODP Quercus website prior to departure.
CANCELLATION & REFUNDS
ODP course enrolments must be cancelled on ACORN by the published ancillary fee refund deadline for a full refund. Refer to the Student Accounts website for published refund deadlines. Students wishing to cancel their ODP after these deadlines should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
For all the latest information including frequently asked questions (FAQs), updates about residence, the U of T campus, and information for international students please visit the COVID-19 Information for COVID-19 Information for University of Toronto Students webpage .
The University of Toronto Interprofessional Education (IPE) curriculum is focused on the development of specific values and core competencies across eleven health professional programs (dentistry, medical radiation sciences, medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacy, kinesiology and physical education, physician assistant, physical therapy, social work and speech-language pathology). The knowledge, skills/behaviours and attitudes developed through the IPE curriculum enable students to provide collaborative relational-centred care in an interprofessional context.
Students who entered the BKIN and BPHE degree programs in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 must successfully complete the IPE curriculum, which includes attendance in two (2) learning activities from a wide range of options available in students' third and fourth years.
IPE Program of Study Requirements
1) PRA600H1 Teamwork: Your Future in Healthcare or PRA602H1 (IPE elective of choice)
2) PRA601H1 IPE elective of choice
It is highly recommend that graduating students complete their IPE requirements by the fall term of their graduating year and by the end of February at the latest.
PRA600H1 - Teamwork: Your Future in Healthcare
KPE undergraduate students may attend this introductory learning activity which powerfully brings together the entire cohort of health science students in striking Convocation Hall. As a part of the activity, Faculty members demonstrate different ways in which healthcare teams can deliver interprofessional care. Students also hear the account of a patient/client’s journey through the healthcare system, giving them the opportunity to reflect on the healthcare profession they have chosen, as well as how they can be vital members of an interprofessional team.
Registration: Sign up for the activity on the IPE website
Conflicts: Students who have a direct course conflict with this session should either delay PRA600H1 or complete a second IPE elective (PRA602H1) to replace PRA600H1.
PRA601H1/PRA602H1 - Interprofessional Education Elective
In third and/or fourth year KPE undergraduate students are required to complete at least one IPE elective activity of their choice, or two IPE electives if they do not attend PRA600H1. Options may include but are not limited to the following activities: Conflict in Interprofessional Life, Eating Disorders, Dying and Death, Traumatic Brain Injury, etc.KPE undergraduate students who are eligible to attend IPE electives will be added to the IPE group on Portal in September and will receive weekly email messages about elective options and registration procedures. A schedule of IPE electives is also available on the IPE Learning Activities Calendar website.
Registration and Attendance Tracking
Registration for all IPE activities takes place via the IPE Learning Activities Calendar website. Please follow the RSVP instructions provided with the activity description. Attendance for these activities is tracked by the activity provider.
How do I sign up?
1) Review the IPE Learning Actvities Calendar on the IPE Website
2) Login using your UTORid
3) Follow the registration deadlines and instructions published in the activity description
4) Registration closes 48 hours prior to the activity
How do I withdraw from an elective activity?
To request a withdrawal from an activity ensure you deregister using the IPE registration website.
How do I ensure my attendance has been tracked?
Visit the IPE attendance tracking website and login with your UTORid and password. Please allow 6 weeks for your elective to be posted before contacting email@example.com with questions.
Centre for Interprofessional Education
For more information about IPE at the University of Toronto please visit the Centre for Interprofessional Education website.