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Fall 2021

What do international students need to know about the Fall term?

U of T is working closely with the Government to ensure that international students can study even if they are not able to make it to Toronto. International students are encouraged to contact and work with experts at the Centre for International Experience.

Students may also want to read the Vice Provost Student’s FAQ on the Fall term.

What’s the decision for this Fall?

With few exceptions, courses will be delivered remotely. We will provide as much in-person co-curricular activity as we can offer safely, following public health guidance.

For Staff and Faculty Members

Administration & Operations

Can I go into the Health Sciences Building to work in my office?

No, the building is closed to all faculty, staff and students with very few exceptions.

A handful of faculty, staff and students were designated “essential” to operations and/or research and have special access.

If you have any questions about building access, please contact Robin Hurst.

Additional Information

Don’t forget to check our website (here for public health sciences and here for IHPME)  for information about obtaining T-cards and masks, fees, and much more!

Need a refresher on campus COVID safety? Check out this short video.
Reminder: To ensure the health and safety of all members of the DLSPH community, non-medical face masks or face coverings must be worn indoors in all common-use spaces on University property. You can find the details here. Information on exemptions is here.

If you need to miss class due to illness, don’t forget to report your absence in Acorn 

Off-Campus Non-Research (including international travel)
Activities include conferences, workshops or meetings. Researchers are asked to complete Face-to-Face Off-Campus Form. For non-research field trips or excursions, complete the Field Trip & Excursion Safety Planning Record for Non-Research Activities. The former covers COVID-19 measures; the ladder covers other hazards in addition to COVID-19 such as remote locations, extreme weather, use of equipment and tools.

Please visit the U of T Coronavirus FAQ:

Faculty of Medicine’s COVID-19 page:

Faculty of Arts and Science FAQs: