Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

New BScN Student

Congratulations on your achievements and welcome to the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing at the University of Toronto.

This web page is dedicated to providing you with information on what you can expect from the time of offer of admission to registration in your courses this fall.  This web page will be updated throughout the spring and summer.  Please bookmark this page and visit us often.  We will also send you reminder emails throughout the spring and summer.

Click on the + on each step for complete information. 

Steps for new students
Important Dates
International Students
List of Contacts
Accessibility & Health
Announcements
  • Year 1 BScN Nursing Student Checklist

    Step 1: Accept your offer of admission
    Step 2: Review important dates
    Step 3: Gather documents for your student preparedness permit
    Step 4: Clear any outstanding conditions
    Step 5: Look for student housing
    Step 6: Finance your studies
    Step 7: Obtain your TCard and UT Email
    Step 8: Pay your tuition
    Step 9: Attend orientation
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    Day Month Date Activity
    M July 3 Canada Day holiday
    July 13 Pre-orientation (for Entry year)
    M August 7 Civic Holiday – University closed
    F August 15 Due Date: Entry Year students – submission of immunization form, proof of BCLS certification, record of Police Check, etc.
     F August 15 Due Date: Submission of online BScN Information Sheet for Clinical Placements
    M August 28 Deadline to register in the program
    M September 4 Labour Day – University closed
    T September 5 Mask Fitting Day
    W September 6 Orientation for Entry Year BScN students (Mandatory)
    Th September 7 Student-led orientation for Entry Year BScN students
    M September 11 Fall Session (F) classes begin Entry Year: NUR350Y, NUR351H, NUR360Y
    September 22 Entry Year – Clinical starts for NUR360Y: Rotation 1 to October 20
    Sa September 30 Payment deadline for unpaid fall term tuition in order to avoid service charges
    M October 9 Thanksgiving holiday – University closed
    M-F October 23-27 Fall Reading Week (Entry Year and Senior Year)
    November TBD Fall Convocation – BScN Class of 2017
    November 10 Entry Year – Clinical starts for NUR360Y: Rotation 2 to December 8
    Th November 30 Payment deadline for unpaid winter term tuition in order to avoid service charges (for those not receiving OSAP)
    F December 8 Classes end Entry Year: NUR350Y, NUR351H, NUR360Y
    M-F December 11-15 Examination week
    Th December 21 Winter break begins – University closed until January 2, 2018 inclusive
    W January 3 University reopens
    M January 8 Winter Session (S) Classes Begin Entry Year: NUR370Y, NUR390H
    T January 9 Rotation 1 Clinical courses begin (NUR371Y, NUR372Y, NUR373Y) and end on February 23
    W January 31 Payment deadline for unpaid winter term tuition in order to avoid service charges (for those receiving OSAP)
    M February 19 Family Day holiday – University closed
    M-F February Feb 26-Mar 2 Reading Week (Entry Year)
    T March 6 Rotation 2 Clinical courses begin (NUR371Y, NUR372Y, NUR373Y) and end on April 20
    F March 30 Good Friday – University closed
    M April 3 Winter Class ends for Entry Year NUR390H
    M-F April 23-27 Spring Break Week for Entry Year
    T May 1 Rotation 3 Clinical courses begin (NUR371Y, NUR372Y, NUR373Y) and end on June 15
    M May 21 Victoria Day – University Closed
    M-F June 18-22 Entry Year Examination Week
  • Please visit the University of Toronto’s International Students website for more information.

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    Name Role Email Address Roles
    Maureen Barry Director of BScN Program Maureen.barry@utoronto.ca Academic advising
    Erica Cambly Year 1 Coordinator e.cambly@utoronto.ca Academic advising
    Soobong Song Faculty Registrar Soobong.song@utoronto.ca Registration and enrolment
    Tammy Chan Associate Registrar Tammy.chan.a@utoronto.ca

     

    Admissions
    Angela Ho Awards Officer Angelakp.ho@utoronto.ca Financial aid
    Marisa Covello Undergraduate Program Assistant marisa.luisi@utoronto.ca Program support
    Kong Ng Student Placement Coordinator Kong.ng@utoronto.ca Clinical placement documents
    Sharon Lee Student Placement Coordinator Sharonk.lee@utoronto.ca Clinical placement documents
  • If you had academic accommodations for a previous degree or have a documented issue that requires academic accommodations currently, please register with Accessibility Services before the start of term. These services tend to get very busy in September. Academic accommodations might include, for example, extra time for papers or exams.

    If you will require ongoing appointments with a physician, psychologist, or psychiatrist, and you do not have care in Toronto, please contact the university’s Health & Wellness services to schedule an appointment. These services tend to get very busy as well once the academic year begins.

  • Check back here frequently for news & announcements.

    June 28, 2017

    Nursing Undergraduate Society’s CPR Renewal and Full Day Course Sign-Up

    Signing up for the CPR Level C Renewal Course:

    IMPORTANT: PLEASE CAREFULLY FOLLOW THESE STEPS TO REGISTER FOR CPR LEVEL C RENEWAL.  

    1. http://www.citycpr.com/courses/cpr-renewals/
    2. Scroll down to the dropdown menu under ‘Registration’ and under “choose a course type” select “LEVEL A”
    3. Once you’ve selected Level A, PLEASE SELECT ONLY ONE OF THE THREE TIME SLOTS:
      Sunday, July 9 from 1:30 – 6:30 pmat the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre (Bloor & Spadina), Friday, July 14 from 1:30 – 6:30 pm in the Nursing Lounge, Saturday, July 15 from 1:30 – 6:30 pm at the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre (Bloor & Spadina).
    4. Once you’ve selected one time slot, click “Register for the course” and fill out payment information.

    The cost for the course is $22. The organization gave us a discount (at the rate that they charge for Level A renewals) because CPR Level C renewal usually costs $35.

    DO NOT select any other session other than the three highlighted in the red boxes as the rest of the sessions are actually Level A renewals.
    NOTE:
     Even though you are selecting the Level A course, you will be enrolled and will get recertification for Level C. We had to do it this way for us to get the discount.

    Signing up for the CPR Level C Full Day Course:

    IMPORTANT: PLEASE CAREFULLY FOLLOW THESE STEPS TO REGISTER FOR CPR LEVEL C FULL COURSES.  

    1. www.citycpr.com/courses/c-cpr
    2. Scroll down to the dropdown menu under ‘Registration’ and under “choose a course type” select “LEVEL C”
    3. Once you’ve selected Level A, PLEASE SELECT ONLY ONE OF THE THREE TIME SLOTS:
      Sunday, July 9 from 9:00 – 5 pm at the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre (Bloor & Spadina), Friday, July 14 from 9:00 – 5:00 pm in the Nursing Lounge, Saturday, July 15 from 9:00 – 5:00 pm at the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre (Bloor & Spadina).
    4. Once you’ve selected one time slot, click “Register for the course” and fill out payment information.

    The full CPR courses are for $40.

    You will receive your certification cards the same day from Red Cross. It doesn’t matter which company you’ve certified through before; you can still recertify or certify with Red Cross. Even if you’ve done Level HCP, you can recertify with Red Cross for Level C. This information was all confirmed through our current vendor.

    If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out to your Nursing Undergraduate Society (NUS) President, Maha Hassan at maha.hassan@mail.utoronto.ca.


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