Office of the Registrar
The Office of the Registrar provides administrative and academic support for all U of T Mississauga students.
The Office of the Registrar offers:
- registration and enrolment services
- academic and financial counselling
- student records management
- exam and petitions management
- calendar and course timetable production
- financial aid and scholarship processing
- graduation assessments
Parking and Transportation
U of T Mississauga is a great campus for students who commute. There are a number of transportation options, including driving and other more environmentally sustainable modes of transportation.
U of T Mississauga is conveniently located west of Toronto near three major highways, aproximately a 30-minute commute from downtown Toronto. Commuters appreciate our safe parking areas, commuter drop-off and pick up lanes.
More information: Parking
Public Transit & Campus Shuttle Buses
All undergraduate students have unlimited use of MiWay (Mississauga Transit) anytime between September and April, with a U-Pass. More information about public transit can be found here.
The U of T Mississauga Shuttle Bus service transports students between the U of T Mississauga and St. George (downtown Toronto) campuses of the University, as well as another shuttle service transporting students between U of T Mississauga and Sheridan College for joint-academic programs. The shuttles are free to ride for all students with a valid TCard (student ID card). Non-UTM students and other passengers can also ride the shuttles, with purchase of shuttle tickets from the Student Centre.
U of T Mississauga's Green Team offers the campus community an exciting program called Bike Share. Students can use their TCard (student ID card) to sign out a bicycle free of charge for use on or off campus for up to 24 hours.
Carpool & RideShare Program
Another economical and sustainable method of travelling to and from campus, is through U of T Mississauga's Carpool & RideShare Program. Participating in the program offers financial and mental health benefits, since individuals may share the driving responsibilities and have access to premium, reserved parking spaces offered at reduced rates.
Career & Employment
While ensuring the student's academic success is the university's main focus, students are also encouraged to get an early start in career investigation and skills development. The Career Centre offers career counselling, career resource library, employment services (summer, contract, part-time and full-time), job-shadowing, resume and interviewing clinics, career development workshops and seminars, employer panels and networking opportunities.
The Career Centre lists more than 3,000 positions for students every year, including work-study, part-time and summer positions.
Students can also take advantage of many on campus employment opportunities, such as work study positions, research assistant positions in various academic departments, jobs at the various food services outlets across campus, and jobs at the U of T Mississauga Bookstore and the Library.