Newly Admitted Students
Congratulations on your admission to Woodsworth College! The resources below will help you to get oriented:
Get Oriented @ Woodsworth
Consult the Faculty of Arts & Science step-by-step guides
Received an offer of admission?
→ Follow the instructions on the Faculty of Arts & Science Next Steps page.
Already accepted your offer of admission?
→ Read the New Student Guide to learn about your next steps.
Ready to select your courses?
→ Consult the instructions for Registration and Course Enrolment (updated regularly).
TCard/ UTORid/ UTMail/ Quercus
At this time, physical TCards are not being issued, but you can still follow the online process to get your UTORid and obtain access to your U of T email address. You will need valid government-issued photo identification to complete this process.
Quercus is your learning management portal. You can initially log in to Quercus using your JOINid. Once you have your UTORid, you can use this to log on to Quercus. Quercus is where you will go to find course syllabi, assignments, online readings and also participate in group discussions. You won’t see all of your courses in Quercus right away, but don’t worry! Your professor will make your course available closer to the start of classes.
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? Contact the Office of the Registrar
Frequently asked documentation questions:
► Please note that we are unable to confirm your RESP documents until after you have enrolled in your Fall/ Winter courses.
Meet some of our students
"Wooodsworth has given me countless opportunities to grow and thrive at the University of Toronto. I have always found my faculty to be extremely accommodating and super friendly and that is what makes Woodsworth an exceptional community!"
"As an international student, the Woodsworth One program not only gave me the opportunity to get to know my professor but also to feel more at home in a city that was completely alien to me. This program gives you the information and resources you need as a first year student, and you make unforgettable friendships.”
"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."