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International Student Orientation

  • What is International Student Orientation and when is it?

    International Student Orientation (ISO) is a free orientation for international, exchange and visiting students (both graduate and undergraduate).

    International Student Orientation

    When: August 30th, 2019

    Time:

    • Registration opens at 9 a.m. (*pick up Student ID)
    • Orientation runs from 10 a.m.

    Where: To be confirmed. 

    *For students admitted to UOIT for the Fall term. 

    When: January 3rd, 2019

    Time:

    • Registration opens at 9 a.m. (*pick up Student ID)
    • Orientation runs from 10 a.m. 

    Where: To be confirmed. 

    *For students admitted to UOIT for the Winter term. 

    Opportunity to:

    • Meet other new undergraduate students.
    • Connect with upper-year students in your faculty.
    • Identify support services on campus you can use.
    • Learn how to get most from your university experience.
    • Get your student ID.

    Note: Topics covered in ISO are not the same as those in the Graduate Student Orientation. We highly recommend you attend all orientations that are relevant to you.

    *Early registration is for students who need to get their campus IDs. 

  • Register for orientation
  • Required documents

    If you decide to get your campus ID card and/or laptop on Orientation day, please note that you will need to bring the following documents:

    Campus/student ID card

    • One piece of photo ID (e.g. your passport).
    • A copy of your timetable.

    For more information on campus IDs, including ID office location, hours and required documents, visit the campus ID section of the university website

    Note: You can get your ID as soon as you have registered for your courses.

  • Campus map and transportation options

    For driving and public transportation (bus) instructions for getting to campus, use the Get directions option on the campus maps website.

    By selecting From an address, you can enter exactly where you're starting from and where on campus you would like to arrive (includes driving, walking, and public transit details).


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