MHSc Student FAQs

How do I get my student card?

All students in the MHSc program are required to obtain a TCard. If you were a student at the University of Toronto previously, you may use the same card. For students new to the University of Toronto. please visit the TCard Office located at the Koffler Student Services Centre at 214 College Street, first floor. You will need to bring government issued photo identification, citizenship documents, and your letter of admission or UTOR/JOIN ID. Additional details are available on the TCard website.

How do I create my UTOR email account?

Once you have your TCard,  visit www.utorid.utoronto.ca and follow the instructions to activate your account.

How do I read my fees invoice?

An excellent example of how to read a fees invoice is available on the Student Accounts website.

How do I make a fee payment towards my tuition?

Please visit Student Accounts for instructions on how to make fee payments.

What kind of financial assistance is available to me as a student in the MHSc program?

Students are encouraged to apply for government funding, such as loans available through the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP). You can also review the Awards and Financial Assistance page for information on other funding opportunities available.

How do I defer my tuition (register without payment) on the basis of OSAP?

Prior to the Minimum Payment to Register deadline, you can click on the OSAP/Gov’t Deferral button in your Acorn account (available in the Financial Accounts area). After the Minimum Payment to Register deadline has passed,  you will need to provide a copy your Acorn invoice and proof that you will be receiving OSAP to the Student Affairs Assistant. Please take note of the Government Loan Deferral Post-Registration ConditionsPlease visit Student Accounts for complete details and deadlines.

How do I defer my tuition (register without payment) on the basis of receiving other Canadian Government Loans?

You will first need to provide Enrolment Services with a copy of your provincial Notice of Assessment with your student number clearly written on the notice. Once your fee deferral access has been activated by Enrolment Services, and prior to the Minimum Payment to Register deadline, you can click on the OSAP/Gov’t Deferral button in your Acorn account (available in the Financial Accounts area). After the Minimum Payment to Register deadline has passed,  you will need to provide a copy your Acorn invoice and a copy of your Notice of Assessment to the Student Affairs Assistant. Please take note of the Other Canadian Government Loan Deferral Post-Registration Conditions. Please visit Student Accounts for complete details and deadlines.

I have questions about my OSAP. Who can I contact for assistance?

Please contact Enrolment Services in person at 172 St. George Street or at 416-978-2190 or osap.staff@utoronto.ca.

I have an OSAP form that requires an official school signature. Who can I contact for assistance?

Please contact Enrolment Services in person at 172 St. George Street, by phone at 416-978-2190, or by email at osap.staff@utoronto.ca. Please note that staff and faculty in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology are unable to authorize these forms.

I have questions about my UTAPS. Who can I contact for assistance?

Please contact Enrolment Services in person at 172 St. George Street or by phone at 416-978-2190 or osap.staff@utoronto.ca.

I am an out-of-province student and I have provincial or territorial government loan form that requires an official school signature. Who can I contact for assistance?

Please contact can.oop.financialaid@utoronto.ca for assistance. Please note that staff and faculty in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology are unable to authorize these forms.

I am an out-of-province student and I have provincial or territorial government loan form that requires an official school signature. Who can I contact for assistance?

Please contact can.oop.financialaid@utoronto.ca for assistance. Please note that staff and faculty in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology are unable to authorize these forms.

Where do I find the School of Graduate Studies sessional dates?

Sessional dates are available from the School of Graduate Studies website.

How do I enrol in courses and officially register?

The Students Affairs Assistant will then enrol you in the appropriate classes. Registration occurs upon receipt of the minimum payment to register or when payment is officially deferred. Please visit the School of Graduate Studies for more detailed information on registration and enrolment.

Where can I obtain a copy of the Essential Guide for Grad Students?

Copies of the Essential Guide for Grad Students may be downloaded from the School of Graduate Studies website.

Where can I obtain a copy of the Gradlife Guide?

Copies of the Gradlife Guide may be downloaded from the School of Graduate Studies website.

Where can I obtain assistance finding housing?

Housing Services can assist you in your search for housing. If you are looking for family housing, please contact Student Family Housingfor assistance.

How do I order a copy of my transcript?

Please contact the University of Toronto Transcript Centre to order your transcript.

How do I order a Confirmation of Registration letter?

Confirmation of Registration Letters may be ordered directly from the School of Graduate Studies.

How do I order a Confirmation of Degree Requirements Letter?

Confirmation of Degree Requirements Letters may be ordered directly from the School of Graduate Studies.

Where can I obtain a Leave of Absence form?

Leave of Absence forms may be downloaded from the School of Graduate Studies website. Please complete the form in consultation with the Graduate Coordinator and submit to the Student Affairs Assistant.

I changed my name or gender. How do I update my records?

Change of Name or Gender Request Forms should be completed and submitted to the School of Graduate Studies.

Where can I find information about convocation?

Convocation details and information about gown rentals, tickets, and receiving your diploma, are available from the Office of Convocation.