Stay tuned for our 2018 Orientation Information!

What is Orientation WEEK?

UTM Orientation Week happens the week just before the start of the academic year at the University of Toronto Mississauga Campus. This week is your first step into University life, socially, academically, and culturally! Orientation Week is where you will be able to learn about UTM from upper years, meet new friends and have a blast! The week will be packed with fun activities with your Houses (your Orientation groups) and events that will prepare you for University, and ensure that you get the most out of your University experience! Most importantly, Orientation Week will warmly welcome you into your new home.

What Are Houses?

During Orientation, you will be put into a House, otherwise known as your orientation groups, when you register on Day 1. You will represent your House all week! Get ready to win points, cheer, and bond with people in your House group, as well as outside of it!

What Are Bursaries?

We offer this needs-based bursary as a way to help students in need of assistance, in order to help finance orientation week. This bursary is limited, stay tuned for more details and its availability. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

What is UTM Got Talent?

This is a First Year talent show where incoming students have the opportunity to showcase their talents in front of their peers. If this is something that you are interested in make sure to keep an eye open for the applications when they are released.

How Can I Register?

To register for UTMSU Orientation Week all you have to do is click the red register button that will lead you to our register page and payment section! We look forward to seeing you at Orientation!

Student Membership

Building community for you.

We aim to build a community for all UTMSU students – including mature students, student-parents and marginalized students etc. through our events and programming. In an effort to be accessible to all students, UTMSU hosts events and programming during the day, in the evening, and on weekend.

  • 19 per cent of undergraduate students are in first year.

  • 20 per cent of first year undergraduate students are international.

  • 15 per cent of first year undergraduate students are living in residence.