Read More About Student Services
As an SCS student you have individualized access to viewing your courses and records in the School’s database. Your account is password-protected and cannot be accessed by anyone but you.
We encourage you to log into your account on a regular basis to keep track of your progress in your programs. If you cannot log in to your account or if you notice any discrepancies, please contact Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-978-2400 (press 2).
To access your account
- Click Student/Instructor Login
- In the “User Name” field, enter your email address that you provided the School when you enrolled in your courses.
- If you are a first-time user, or if you have forgotten your password, click on “Forgot Password”. A temporary password will be emailed to you. The password is case-sensitive : upper- and lower-case letters are used. We recommend that you copy and paste this password into the “Password” field.
- Click “Log in Now.”
- To change your password, click “My Profile” and follow the instructions to change your information. You can choose to keep your student number as your user name, but we do recommend that you change it to something that is more familiar to you.
The following is a brief listing of services currently available through your account.
- View and update your personal and contact information
- Change your password
View your course activity at the School (from 2003) including
- Courses enrolled
- Pending withdrawal/transfer requests
- Courses on a waitlist
- Courses completed (with grades where applicable)
View your up-to-date timetable of enrolled courses, with current course times and locations.
Track your progress in your certificate program(s)
- View your account balance and payment history
- View and print T2202A Tuition, Education and Textbooks Amounts Certificates (from 2010)
As a student at the School of Continuing Studies, you are eligible to obtain a University of Toronto TCard. Your TCard is a photo ID smartcard that provides identification for academic purposes, student activities and services, facility access and a Library Card. The TCard also provides users the option to carry a cash value in the computer chip. The card can then be used for the purchase of photocopies, computer printing and vending services. To obtain your TCard you will be required to present a permission letter, from the School of Continuing Studies, to the TCard office. Permission Letters are issued on or after the course start date. Privileges will be available for the duration of your course.
You can request the permission letter, in person, from the School of Continuing Studies Student and Instructor Services information desk located on the first floor of 158 St. George Street. You can also make your request by email to email@example.com or by telephone by calling 416.978.2400. Please note, your letter will be ready to pick-up one business day following your request.
The TCard office is located at Robarts Library, 2nd floor (Room 2054A), 130 St. George Street. For more information on the TCard office (hours of operation, location etc) please visit, www.utoronto.ca/tcard. Identification is required for the issuance of the TCard.
To establish your identity please present one of:
- A Passport
- A Provincial Drivers License
- A Provincial Health Card with your photograph
- A Citizenship Card
- Proof of Age Card (B.Y.I.D.)
- A Photo ID Card from another University
If you do not have any of the preceding photo identification you will need two of the following Non-Photo Identification Cards:
- A Birth Certificate
- A Social Insurance or Social Security Card
- A Valid Credit card with your name and signature on the card
- A Provincial Health Card without your photograph
The TCard registration process allows you to create a UTORid and utoronto.ca email address. The UTORid and its associated password, enables you to use computer services and terminals on campus. For more information on UTORid, visit https://www.utorid.utoronto.ca/. If you area returning School of Continuing Studies student and already possess a TCard, present your TCard along with your official receipt, from the School of Continuing Studies, to the TCard office in order activate your privileges.
Visit http://onesearch.library.utoronto.ca/ for more information about University of Toronto Library Services.