Welcome to U of T Engineering! This orientation day will provide you with the opportunity to meet your professors and advisors, and attend a discipline-specific welcome session in the morning. The afternoon includes lunch with your department and a chance to explore co-curricular opportunities at the engineering clubs fair.
All new engineering students are welcome to attend these free activities, whether you have registered for Orientation Week or not.
International Student Information Session
9 – 10 a.m. in MY 150
The Centre for International Experience is hosting an information session for all new international students to help you adjust to the University and life in Canada.
Welcome Sessions & Meet Your Professors
Join us for your official welcome into the faculty. Not sure what next steps to take now that you’ve arrived on campus? This session will help you understand the first year experience and your next steps as a new student.
Note: If your discipline-specific Welcome Session starts at 10 a.m., your Meet Your Professors session will begin at 11 a.m. If your discipline-specific Welcome Session starts at 11 a.m., your Meet Your Professors section will start at 10 a.m. The Meet Your Professors mix and mingle sessions will be held in the ground-floor lobby of the Myhal Centre.
10 – 11 a.m.
- Division of Engineering Science (BA 1160)
- Dept. of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering (MY 150)
- Dept. of Civil & Mineral Engineering (MY 150)
- Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry and Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering (MY 150)
11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
12 – 1 p.m.
Enjoy a free lunch with your department & meet other students in your program.
- Chemical Engineering WB 116
- Civil & Mineral Engineering SF 1101
- Electrical & Computer Engineering MY 150
- Engineering Science BA 1160
- Mechanical & Industrial Engineering MC 102
- General First Year (TrackOne) SF 1105
- Materials Engineering WB 130
Engineering Clubs Fair
1 – 4 p.m. Bahen Centre, First floor
Interested in joining a club, intramural sport or getting involved with the Engineering Society (EngSoc)? Attend the Engineering Clubs Fair to learn more about the 100+ ways you can get involved.