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Work while you study

The Work Study program helps almost 3,000 students a year find part-time employment at the university.

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An experience at Canada's leading research university wouldn't be complete without some research experience. Beginning in second year, undergraduate students can work on research projects with U of T professors, for course credit.

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Student News at U of T 

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'Bonding in a way like never before': Online study groups help U of T students connect during COVID-19

With in-person interactions still a challenge during COVID-19, many students at the University of Toronto are turning to Recognized Study Groups (RSGs) as a way to study and connect.

Created by the student success team in the Office of the Faculty Registrar within the Faculty of Arts & Science, RSGs are small study groups of three to six students from the same course who meet weekly to discuss course materials and prepare for tests and exams.

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U of T architecture students, faculty install a pop-up park beside the CN Tower

The University of Toronto is bringing a little bit of the natural world to one of downtown Toronto's most prominent locations.

Pebbs and Hex, an educational pop-up park, was created by Assistant Professor Victor Perez-Amado and forestry PhD candidate Eric Davies, in collaboration with a team of students from U of T’s John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design. It sits at the base of the CN Tower, one of Canada's most recognizable urban landmarks.

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U of T Libraries recognizes six undergraduate students for outstanding research

Emma Sullivan, a third-year undergraduate student at the University of Toronto, had never heard of Pelizaeus Merzbacher Disease (PMD) before starting as a research student in the lab of Ronald Cohn at the Hospital for Sick Children.

Now, not only is she familiar with the rare, genetic nervous system disorder, she is one of six winners of the 2020 Patricia and Peter Shannon Wilson Undergraduate Research Prize for her research paper on genetic treatment options for the disease.