About the Alumni Benefit
Did you know that the School of Continuing Studies offers more than 800 courses in a wide range of program areas to fit your interests, and schedule, as you continue to pursue your love of learning? Well, we are pleased to share that we partner with the U of T Alumni Relations office to bring yet another perk to being a U of T alumnus: continue your commitment to lifelong learning by using our $550 CAD* alumni benefit toward your first course with SCS!
CONTINUE YOUR LIFELONG LEARNING JOURNEY TODAY
If you have graduated from an undergraduate or graduate degree program in June 2018 or later, you qualify for an alumni discount of $550 to use towards any one course* at the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies.
IMPORTANT ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS AND INFORMATION
- U of T Alumni may not be combined with any other bursaries, awards, discounts, or the U of T Staff Tuition Waiver.
- Per the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), the U of T Alumni Benefit is considered a taxable benefit. If approved, you will receive a T4A slip from the University of Toronto in the year following your enrolment.
HOW TO USE YOUR ALUMNI BENEFIT
1. Please complete the following webform to start the enrolment process
a. Degree obtained
b. Date of convocation
c. U of T student number (nine-digit number)
e. Course and course section into which you want to enrol
2. Once you complete the webform, you will receive an email with further instructions. Please ensure that you have the following documents on hand for secure upload:
a. A copy of your SIN card or SIN confirmation letter
b. Government-issued photo identification
c. Non-Canadians please also upload your work or study permit and a copy of your passport. If you are a permanent resident, you do not have to upload these documents.
*This offer has no cash value. The five-year post-graduation parameter is in effect for those that have graduated in or after June 2018.
**Exclusions include examination preparation courses, English Language Program offerings, private instruction in languages, and the courses listed below:
- 3648 DBT: The Basics (Foundational Training Part 1)
- 3649 DBT: Beyond the Basics (Foundational Training Part 2)
- 3650 DBT: Individual Therapy
- 3651 DBT: Skills Training
- 3652 DBT: Consultation Team
- Courses offered in partnership with the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA), as follows:
- 3435 - Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) Admission Course
- 3725 - Ontario Building Code Act and Building Permit Application Process
- 3728 - Ontario Building Code Compliance Data: Concepts and Code Analysis
- 3734 - Professional Responsibility, Ethics, and Membership in a Self-Regulating Profession
- 3729 - Legal Aspects: Professional Liability & Architects’ Contracts
- 3724 - Construction Act
- 3726 - Bid Theory and Bid Practice
- 3721 - Construction Contract Administration and General Review
- 3727 - Planning and Development Approvals