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Colleges for UFT St. Georges?

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I am applying to U of T (Rotman) as my 4th choice.


I thought U of T (Rotman) was in the St. Georges campus @ downtown toronto.

but it asks me to number my choices for various colleges

Innis
New
St. Micheals
Trinity
University
Victoria
Woodsworth

I have no idea what this is about? Or where each of these is located?

Help!

Thanks in advance
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Rotman is at the St. George campus. The colleges are for Arts & Science (which includes Rotman) students at UTSG. The main purpose they serve is residence. You have to rank them in order of preference. Do some research to see which you like (the main distinction is "traditional" vs "modern"). Trinity, Victoria, and Innis will only consider you if you put them first; they're the most competitive and some require essays.
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@Zion wrote
Rotman is at the St. George campus. The colleges are for Arts & Science (which includes Rotman) students at UTSG. The main purpose they serve is residence. You have to rank them in order of preference. Do some research to see which you like (the main distinction is "traditional" vs "modern"). Trinity, Victoria, and Innis will only consider you if you put them first; they're the most competitive and some require essays.


You've become less troll-ish in this new forum. I'm not sure if I'm happy or sad.
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Here you go, this will help.

http://www.artsci.utoronto.ca/futurestudents/colleges

The viewbook is pretty informative
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@leviaidan wrote

@Zion wrote
Rotman is at the St. George campus. The colleges are for Arts & Science (which includes Rotman) students at UTSG. The main purpose they serve is residence. You have to rank them in order of preference. Do some research to see which you like (the main distinction is "traditional" vs "modern"). Trinity, Victoria, and Innis will only consider you if you put them first; they're the most competitive and some require essays.


You've become less troll-ish in this new forum. I'm not sure if I'm happy or sad.


I have to be helpful and pertinent occasionally.
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innis and woodsworth are closest to rotman :)
or so I recall.
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damn there goes my post count. why did they have to switch while i was away.

...whatevs, this forum sucks. peacing soon.
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do the colleges really matter if you are staying at home.
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Do you take specific classes at any of these colleges? Is your coursework any different and any college?
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@jeffk wrote
do the colleges really matter if you are staying at home.


No, not really. But they do have specific scholarships.


@paramecium wrote
Do you take specific classes at any of these colleges? Is your coursework any different and any college?


Yes and no. Each college sponsors one or more programs that are offered at that college, but they're optional and open to all students. There are also first-year programs such as Vic One and Trin One.
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jeffk wrote:
do the colleges really matter if you are staying at home.

------The college u get into really does not matter.It is basically like our school's guidance office where u can do any official work like collecting ur OSAP ,etc.
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