Course enrolment is the process of adding the courses you plan to take over the next academic session in ACORN. Dear A&S Undergraduate Students, Effective immediately, the Faculty of Arts & Science has made the following changes for students enrolled in courses for the Winter 2020 term: The deadline to drop a course offered this term has been extended to April 25, 2020. Faculty of Arts & Science, University of Toronto, Appeals, Standing & Admissions Committees, College Co-Curricular Activities & Student Governance, COVID-19 Mitigation for A&S Graduate Students, Sessions for Chairs, Principals & Academic Directors, Research Re-start and Recovery Application Process, deadline to add or make changes to courses. The Fall-Winter session fee billing (September to April) will start on July 20, 2020. Fall 2020-Winter 2021 Academic Dates Click here to view Academic dates for the Fall 2020-Winter 2021session Faculty of Arts & Science, University of TorontoSidney Smith Hall100 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 3G3. The next day, however, you will be able to log in at any time during ACORN's hours of operation. Waitlists let you "line up" for courses that are currently full. Students who were unable to meet the Master's degree documentation requirement of January 17th will need to register for the January to April session. 4: Classes begin in F and Y section code courses. Taking Courses Outside the Faculty R1 Restricted: Course/section is restricted at all times for specific students. July 30, 2020 2. If your home department requires a signature in order to approve your enrollment please bring the form to the department. Credit/No Credit (CR/NCR) 6. On the first day of the general enrolment period for Fall and Winter, Arts & Science students have start times based on their year level. You will have to enrol in each course individually. 2020 Summer Session (April 27 to August 28, 2020) April 27 : First day of Summer classes offered at the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work (FIFSW) May 1: Final day to enrol in May-to-June Session courses: May 13: Winter Session grades available for viewing by students on … Midterm assessments could be scheduled for the week of June 16-19. Each section of the course on the Timetable will have one delivery method only—a section won’t have a mix of online and in-person activities. Full-time and Part-time Status 4. 140 St. George Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 3G6. Check Student Accounts for the refund schedule. On your start date, you will not be able to log into ACORN until your start time. 31. 18: Victoria Day; University closed. As per SGS: Waiting for mid-terms or graded assignments to see how you are doing is not an acceptable reason for a late drop. Phase 1 – All students will be able to add two (2) half courses only (1.0 FCE): starting at 6 am on Wednesday, April 1, 2020, Phase 2 – only Full time students will be allowed to add an additional two (2) half courses (1.0 FCE): starting at 6 am on Wednesday, April 8, 2020, Summer Session Dates – All courses are worth 0.5 FCE unless indicated otherwise. If you are enrolled from the waitlist, you are responsible for adding any tutorial and practical sections. If your registration (payment or OSAP deferral) is not recorded by May 6, 2020, your registration will be cancelled and your courses will be removed from your schedule. Thus, students who “fast track” will have an outstanding Balance of Degree fee. If you are on the waitlist for multiple lecture sections of a course, and are subsequently enrolled into any one of these lecture sections, you will automatically be removed from the other waitlists. If a course is full, you can add yourself to the waitlist for that course. Timetable - 2021 Summer: The Summer 2021 Timetable will be released in Winter 2021. During this period all undergraduate Faculty of Arts & Science students and students in the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design will be able to enrol in courses that were previously only open to priority students. In addition, the maximum course and term load is different in the priority enrolment period. You cannot use ACORN to add, change, or drop courses on these days. This is the official 2020 – 2021 Fall & Winter Session Timetable. Courses fill up fast, so prioritize your top courses and enrol in those first. You can view your start time on ACORN July 9 and your enrolment period will begin July 23, 2020. between 4.0 and 8.5 FCE, your year of study is 2. If space becomes available and you are next on the waitlist, you will be enrolled automatically. Year of Study 2. Dates & Deadlines Academic Year Calendar 2020-2021 Important dates at-a-glance. 13 Apr 2020: Easter Monday holiday. The University is closed on dates cited below. Course enrollment date for ELITE courses: August 4, 2020, 6am, (same time and date for TEP courses as well) The Fall 2020 term runs from September 8 - December 18, 2020*. Grades are available on ACORN approximately one week after this date. You should also make sure you know how to use ACORN. October 28, 2019 – Deadline to drop fall … May 2020. ____________________________________________________________________. Students planning to take a full course load during the summer session must consider the following: Planning to complete your degree requirements faster than the normal 2 year program length? Jan. Record your SIN on ACORN: CRA requires SIN on 2020 Tax Receipts. Please see. We wish to acknowledge the land on which the University of Toronto operates. If you have any questions, please consult the Office of the Registrar or your department's undergraduate office. For students who were registered in the Fall Session, the Winter Session fee was due November 30. Today, this meeting place is still the home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work on this land. Please see all details under the Tuition & Fees on our website. Before you start enrolling in your courses, you should spend some time planning out your courses and making a draft schedule. Wait listed courses count towards your total course load. 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