The Accessible Campus Online Resource Network (ACORN) is the new student information service at U of T. New features in ACORN include an enrolment cart, an enhanced autocomplete course search and easier access to information on student life, finances and awards.
Degree Explorer is the University of Toronto’s degree planning tool. Review your academic history, degree requirements or use the planner to determine how future course choices might meet your requirements.
This is the place to apply for on-campus housing – whether you are first-year or returning, undergraduate or graduate student; single or with a family; located on the U of T St. George, Scarborough or Mississauga campus.
Transfer Explorer is the University of Toronto’s transfer planning tool. Check the eligibility of course credits taken at other institutions (or other University of Toronto divisions) for transfer to (or within) the University of Toronto.
Course Finder is the University of Toronto’s official publicly available list of undergraduate courses for the Faculty of Arts & Science – St. George campus, Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, University of Toronto Mississauga and University of Toronto Scarborough.
Build your experience. Tell your story. Successful students get involved! Search involvement opportunities available and record the skills you’ve acquired on your Co-Curricular Record (CCR).
Student Housing management software implemented for 11 residences across the three University of Toronto campuses.
Cognos Business Intelligence Tools
IBM’s Cognos business intelligence (BI) software suite has been selected to support institutional planning and analysis activities for the university. The software is designed to enable business users to extract institutional data, analyze it and assemble reports.
A user friendly and convenient web application for grades submission for faculty at the University of Toronto.
The Varsity Blues Registration System (VBRS) tool ensures athletes and teams meet eligibility requirements for competition. Staff members can quickly check a student’s academic standing and track athletic honours and awards.
Kuali Student (KS) is a community-source, next-generation information system being developed by a consortium of higher education institutions. U of T is actively participating in this effort as part of the KS development team. Kuali Student is composed of loosely coupled modules (e.g: KS Enrolment, KS Curriculum Management) so that institutions can pick and choose the modules right for them and implement them at their own pace. Most recently, the University has entered into an agreement with KualiCo, the commercial arm of the Kuali Foundation, in order to evaluate the use of cloud-based services to implement this open source student system at the University of Toronto.