New PMNP Student Checklist

How to prepare for entry to the Post-Master NP program once you have received an offer of admission:

  1. Accept the offer of admission

    You will receive your offer of admission by mail and by email. You can use either copy to respond to the offer. To accept our admission offer you need to complete and return the School of Graduate Studies Confirmation Form (fax to 416-978-8222 OR scan and email to  We will email you to confirm receipt.

  2. Clearing admission conditions

    If you receive a conditional offer of admission, condition(s) will be outlined in your offer letter.

    It is your responsibility to submit all required official document(s) to satisfy admission condition(s) by the due date indicated in your offer of admission.

    Failure to satisfy condition(s) will jeopardize your entry to the program. Once your condition is cleared, you will receive notification via applicant status portal.

  3. Immunization

    All newly admitted students are required to complete immunization forms before entering the Post-Master NP program. In order to comply with the Public Hospitals Act, other legislation, and to meet the requirements of the students’ nursing practice placement settings, the immunization forms package must be completed in its entirety.

    Failure to do so can jeopardize your entry to the Post-Master NP program. Please refer to our Immunization Form  FAQ page for more information. Updated information and full details will be sent to newly admitted students via email.

  4. CNO Registration (or CNO equivalent if out of province)

    Each Post-Master NP student must submit her/his valid CNO registration number to the Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, Clinical Assistant by August 15. Each student must re-submit her/his valid CNO registration number to the Faculty on an annual basis.

    If you plan to complete your placements outside Ontario, please submit your licensing body’s RN registration details in lieu of a CNO registration number.

    Please submit documents c/o Clinical Assistant:

    Fax: 416-978-8222

    Clinical Assistant,
    Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing,
    155 College Street,
    Toronto, ON, M5T 1P8

  5. ACORN

    You can access ACORN as soon as you have accepted your offer of admission. To log in for the first time, you will need your student number, which is located on your Offer of Admission letter.  Visit the ACORN home page for instructions on logging in for the first time and setting up a password.

    Take some time to explore ACORN where you will do many important things including enrol in courses, monitor your student financial account, print your tuition invoice, and obtain tax documents.

  6. TCard, UT email and UTORid

    Your TCard is your University of Toronto student card and is your key to many services and activities at the University and off-campus.  Once you have obtained your TCard, you will be able to set-up your UT email account and you will be assigned a UTORid.

    TCard Office

  7. Fees, Registration, and Enrolment

    A breakdown of your tuition and supplementary fees for the coming year is typically posted in ACORN in mid to late July.  You can login to ACORN to monitor your student account and to print out your tuition invoice, once it is available.

    You are considered registered as soon as you have paid tuition and incidental fees or have requested to register without payment (i.e. fee deferral). For information on registering without payment (i.e. fee deferral), visit the Graduate Fees section of the SGS website.

    Full details on enrolling in courses will be emailed to all students by the Registrar.

  8. Paying your tuition

    You should login to ACORN and print out your invoice.  For instructions on making your tuition payment, consult the Student Accounts page.

  9. Orientations

    School of Graduate Studies (SGS): SGS usually holds an orientation session during the first week of September. SGS will email you with full details over the summer.

    Newly admitted Post-masters Nurse Practitioner (NP) students: All NP students attend a mandatory residency and orientation which is typically held for the 4 days (Tuesday to Friday from 8am to 6pm) following the Labour Day Monday holiday.  Full details will be emailed to NP students over the summer.