Newly Admitted Students
Congratulations on your admission to Woodsworth College! Wondering what you should do next?
Consult the Faculty of Arts & Science step-by-step guides
- The Faculty of Arts & Science Next Steps page provides a step-by-step overview of actions you’ll need to take such as accepting your offer of admission, enrolling in courses, and paying your fees.
- The Faculty of Arts & Science New Students website is your go-to resource for information on:
Sign up for welcome and orientation events
Every year, Woodsworth College hosts a Welcome Event and a number of different orientation sessions for new degree students. Learn more about Woodsworth welcome & orientation events.
Wondering about your residence application?
If you're wondering about how to apply for the Woodsworth residence, or you're awaiting news about your residence application, you can learn more about next steps on the Woodsworth Residence 'Apply' page.
Still have questions? Visit the Office of the Registrar
We are located in Room 220 at 119 St. George Street. We have drop-in hours every Tuesday from 10 am - noon and 2 - 4 pm.
► Did you know that you can generate your own Confirmation of Enrolment using ACORN if you are a currently registered student?
Meet some of our students
"Student life at Woodsworth is welcoming and there are many events throughout the year that help bring students together. One of my favourite ways to get involved was partaking in the e-mentorship program. There is always something to do at Woodsworth to help make student life more exciting!"
"The best descriptor of student life at Woodsworth is inclusive. As a commuter student who spends four hours a day on transit, I never expected to be so involved. However, Woodsworth is super-accommodating so it was easy to be involved in some of the highest leadership positions."
"I am proud to be a Woodsworth student because I am part of a diverse community. Woodsworth is an inclusive space where everyone is welcome and, therefore, it leads to a better experience for everyone."