Department & Graduate Student Union
Graduate Students’ Union (GSU)
The Graduate Students’ Union at the University of Toronto represents over 15,000 students studying in over 85 departments. For many years this union has advocated for increased student representation, funding, and provided services such as health insurance, confidential advice, and a voice for the graduate student body on the various committees of the University.
Department of Art History
The Department of Art History at the University of Toronto.
School of Graduate Studies
The School of Graduate Studies at the University of Toronto.
The TATP provides training and assistance to teaching assistants and course instructors through workshops and a certificate program. You may register to complete the Teaching Fundamentals (TF) certificate or the more rigourous Advanced University Teaching Preparation (AUTP) certificate.
The School of Graduate Studies offers workshops and seminars to assist students in developing professional skills that are useful for work within and outside of academia. Classes are offered on topics such as project management, CV and cover letter writing, networking, scholarly publishing, interviewing, and more. Register in the program and enroll in specific offers through the U of T Learning Portal.
The ELWS office offers workshops and courses on academic writing and speaking, specifically designed for graduate students. Registration for their programs is usually limited, so sign up for their listerv to hear about their offerings early and to reserve a spot.
CVs and Resumés
Centre for International Experience
A resource for international students studying at the University of Toronto and for domestic students interested in completing an exchange.
Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies
The Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies (CRRS) at Victoria University in the University of Toronto is a research and teaching centre. The CRRS is a library devoted to the study of the period from approximately 1350 to 1700; supervises an undergraduate program in Renaissance Studies; organizes lectures and seminars; and maintains an active series of publications.
If you are a teaching assistant, instructor, part-time lecturer, or Chief Presiding Officer for examinations, you are a member of CUPE 3901 Unit 1 (see the CUPE 3902 website for a comprehensive list of included positions). Complete your union membership card, and be sure to take advantage of Unit 1 benefits.
Fine Art Digital Imaging System (FADIS)
FADIS is the University of Toronto’s content management program for image-based research and teaching.
History of Art Students’ Association
The History of Art Students’ Association (HASA) is a student-run organization based at the St. George Campus at the University of Toronto. HASA exists to enhance the experiences of undergraduate art students in Art History.
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University of Toronto Art Journal
The University of Toronto Art Journal is a journal created and edited by graduate students in the Department of Art, University of Toronto. The interdisciplinary aim of the journal is reflected by the scope of the papers published, submitted by graduate students of art and art history as well as graduate students of departments including history, literary studies, museum studies, and cultural studies.
Work-study positions can be a great way to gain professional experience and earn money while studying. Opportunities are generally available in the Art Library and in Images Services, with faculty members, and at the University of Toronto galleries. Positions are filled quickly, so investigate early!