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Minding our Minds conference Oct 27th
Minding our Minds: Mental Health Conference


Minding Our Minds brings together post-secondary staff, students, and faculty to consider the

challenges and opportunities for universities and colleges in the area of mental health. The day will

begin with a keynote address from Sandy Welsh (Vice-Provost, Students, University of Toronto), and will

be followed by sessions focused on particular aspects of mental health. Lunch and a light breakfast are

provided for all attendees. We hope that you will join us!


Thursday, October 27, 8:30 am-5:00 pm at Victoria College (91 Charles Street West)

Info & registration:


Mindful eating session on food and mood
Mindful Eating: Food & Mood

Come explore healthy eating and experiment with mindfulness techniques at the Health & Wellness Centre. Available to all students.

Nov 2, Dec 7, Feb 1, Mar 1 from 5:10-7:30pm. Koffler Centre 214 College St, 2nd floor. 

Service of Remembrance on November 11th
Service of Remembrance

On Friday morning, November 11th, the University will observe its annual Service of Remembrance to honour the memory of the university alumni, students, faculty and staff who gave their lives in the two World Wars.

The service will take place on Friday, Nov 11th, 2016 from 10:15 to 11 a.m., at the base of the Soldiers’ Tower war memorial beside Hart House. This outdoor event takes place rain or shine. Chairs will be provided at the front for elderly or disabled persons. There will be carillon recitals before and after the service. A free public reception will follow in the Great Hall of Hart House.

Faculties and colleges are welcome to place a wreath or floral arrangement. For more information, email or call 416-978-3485

Grad Expo November 18
Grad Expo

Do you want to make sure you have all of the information you need to graduate? Are you worried about life after graduation? Want to find out how to pay back student loans? We’re here to help!

Woodsworth and Innis have teamed up to bring your 4th Annual Grad Expo: Everything You Need to Know to Graduate and Beyond!

Friday, Nov 18 11-2:30pm @ Kruger Hall, WW
Register at 

CIE exchange fair November 1
CIE Student Exchange Fair

Interested in learning about international opportunities? Join us at our annual Student Exchange Fair.

We will be showcasing 150 exchange destinations in 40 countries and will be joined by partner representatives from — University College London, University of Liverpool, Maynooth University, University of Sydney, University of Copenhagen and Campus France.

Meet with our returning exchange students as well as current inbound exchange students who will share their insights on their global adventures.

Tuesday, Nov 1 11-3pm @ the Cumberland House, 33 St. George Street

Academic success study hubs
Academic Success: Study Hubs

Drop-in space for quiet study with our academic peer leaders. They can help you set achievable study goals, develop study strategies and connect with other academic resources at U of T.

Fall: week of Nov 28
Winter: week of Jan 9, week of March 27

See poster for all the room and time details!


Sussex Halloween Open House October 26th 4-6pm at 21 Sussex
Sussex Halloween Open House

Our annual Sussex Halloween Open House is Wednesday, October 26th  4-6pm at 21 Sussex. Av.
This is a chance for students and staff to informally connect with leaders and staff on campus and learn about differentevents and initiatives happening in the community. There will be tons of fun and engaging  activities throughout the event, including:

– cupcake decorating
– arts and craft
– mocktail mixer and much more!

Expect coffee/tea and TONS of candy. Halloween costumes welcome!

All are invited to join. Find us at or


Academic Motivation Session Poster
What Motivates You?

What Motivates You?

An evidence-based workshop where you will discover how motivation influences academic success.

Get the most out of university by discovering how you think about it.

This interactive session uses research and insights from the psychology of motivation to support your academic success. Motivation concerns why you do what you do. In the context of higher education, research has shown that some forms of motivation are more strongly related to academic success than others. In this session you will complete a self-assessment that will reveal sources of your own academic motivation and learn how your motivational orientation may affect your satisfaction and success at university.

Click here to register for 1 of 4 options: Monday 31 October, 5-6:30PM | Tuesday 01 November, 3:30-5PM | Wednesday 02 November, 5-6:30PM | Friday 04 November, 3:30-5PM

Brought to you by the seven Colleges and the Arts & Science STEP Forward program