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Frequently asked questions

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Last updated:October 19, 2023 11:06 a.m. ET

1. Students

Please visit yourFaculty’s sitefor information specific to your program. You can also

Students have access to a range of student services.

Please visit UTogether'sresources for studentspage, our guide onwhere to go between classes,U of T's events page,Իfor more information.

For campus-specific programming, please refer to the following pages:

The University has paused the requirement for all members of our community to be fully vaccinated in order to come to campus.Please note that this requirement may be reinstated on short notice if public health conditions or guidance change.

The University encourages all members of our community to be vaccinated and to obtain the booster doses available to them. Those seeking vaccination appointments can refer to the.

Graduate and professional students can visit the School of Graduate Studiesfor the most up-to-date information including links to resources and supports.

Information and frequently asked questions on research recovery and adaptations can be found at thepage. The page also includes information on various programs, personal accommodations and financial support. You can also check your Faculty site or contact your Department’s Graduate Chair.

You can find information on. The page also includes an FAQ. We encourage undergraduate students who are facing financial hardship toto apply for emergency bursaries, and graduate students to contact the School of Graduate Studies for support.

For further information, please visit the

2. Faculty, librarians and staff

If you have questions about employment or equity in the workplace please visit the. If you work at U of T, more detailed information can be found within the

 with course planning and best practices in teaching.

ճ  page may also be useful as you plan. Finally, you may wish to consult your divisional head for additional guidance and resources.

The University hasthat include resources available to support members of our community while on our campuses.

3. Health and safety

Please stay home if you are not well. Take theto determine what to do next. Note your absence through the student absence declaration tool on ACORN or follow the instructions provided by your faculty or department.

Please visit thewebsite for COVID-19 guidelines and resources.

The way you report your short-term absence depends on your academic division (faculty or campus). Some academic divisions use the , while others have their ownoutside of the tool.

For health and safety information, please visit the.

The University implemented a range of safety measures across our three campuses in response to COVID-19.Please refer tohow U of T is promoting a safe environmentfor more information.

4. Vaccines

The University has paused the requirement for all members of our community to be fully vaccinated in order to come to campus.Please note that this requirement may be reinstated on short notice if public health conditions or guidance change.

Staying up to date with COVID-19 vaccinations is strongly encouraged. Those seeking vaccination appointments can refer to the.

۱.recommends that people who have already had COVID-19 should get vaccinated eightweeks following a positive testor the start of symptoms for individuals who have not completed their primary vaccination series. Getting vaccinated offers better and more reliable protection than any natural immunity resulting from an COVID-19 infection.

The University has supported the province’s vaccination efforts by supplying space and volunteers for COVID-19 vaccine clinics on its three campuses, in partnership with local hospitals. 

More information on how to book  COVID-19 and othervaccinations on campus is available viaUTogether's vaccines page.