The Undergraduate Assistant is available to answer questions you may have about FAH programs (eg., do I have enough credits for my FAH major? Should I take an internship course?) Drop in or email to make an appointment. Office hours are Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, 10:00 am–5:00 pm (closed on Wednesdays). The Undergraduate Assistant is also available until 5:30 pm by appointment only.
The Undergraduate Associate Chair is available to answer questions that are academic in nature, and to assess courses for transfer credit or study abroad. Please email the Associate Chair to set up an appointment. Associate Chair office hours are updated each semester; please check the website or contact the Undergraduate Assistant for the most up-to-date information.
College Registrar’s offices exist to help with registration, enrolment and ACORN related questions, and to put you in touch with resources for personal, financial, and academic skills counselling
A student who believes an individual item of term work has been incorrectly or unfairly marked may ask the course instructor for a re-evaluation. Students should make such requests as soon as reasonably possible after receiving the work back, but no later than two weeks after it was returned. Such a request entails a remarking of the work. Hence, if a remarking is granted, the student must accept the resulting mark as the new mark, whether it goes up or down or remains the same. Continuing with the remark or the appeal means the student accepts this condition. If the student is not satisfied with the remarking that has been granted, he or she may appeal to the Undergraduate Associate Chair.
Academic integrity is fundamental to learning and scholarship at the University of Toronto. Participating honestly, respectfully, responsibly, and fairly in this academic community ensures that the U of T degree that you earn will be valued as a true indication of your individual academic achievement, and will continue to receive the respect and recognition it deserves.
Familiarize yourself with the University of Toronto’s Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters. It is the rule book for academic behaviour at the U of T, and you are expected to know the rules.
If you have any questions about what is or is not permitted in a course, please do not hesitate to contact your instructor or TA. If you have questions about appropriate research and citation methods, seek out additional information from the instructor, or from other available campus resources like the U of T Writing Website. If you are experiencing personal challenges that are having an impact on your academic work, please speak to your instructor or seek the advice of your college registrar.