The Family Care Office will be closed on Friday, April 19 for Good Friday statutory holiday and will re-open on Monday, April 22 @ 9:00 am. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The world becomes your laboratory on Saturday, May 11 for the free, annual, all-day Science Rendezvous. Attend Science Rendezvous on the downtown Toronto campus along St. George, U of T Mississauga at the Mississauga Central Library, and U of T Scarborough at the Toronto Zoo.
Please visit Caring for Kids for general information on vaccines including common concerns, myths, facts, parent’s guides, and more.
Becoming a parent doesn’t come with full-proof instructions, and can be a very rewarding but also challenging journey! From infancy to school-age, our online workshop series is designed to provide parents useful and practical child development knowledge, strategies and resources. This online workshop series will be available until April 30, 2019. Visit the Child Development … Read More
If you are an international student partner in Ontario, International Student Connect (ISC) is the place for you. Through the ISC project, international student partners will be able to attend English conversation classes, workshops on how to prepare your résumé, conduct an effective job search and file your 2018 tax return. For details, see our web … Read More
The Child Care Benefit Plan is now available online through Employee Self-Service. The deadline to apply is March 15, 2019. For more information, including eligibility and the form, please review the Child Care Benefit memo.
We welcome our 2018/2019 Student Parent Peer Mentors and Mentees! Haven’t signed up yet? Contact us to connect with a mentor. You can chat via email, skype, or grab a coffee on campus to get advice on integrating your studies with family, child care, and more!
If you are applying for child care subsidy in the City of Toronto, it is important that you file your Canadian income tax return as soon as you are able, in order to receive your Canadian Revenue Agency, Notice of Assessment (NOA). Once you apply, you will be put on the wait list for a … Read More
Canada’s first academic library family study space is available to U of T current students, staff (including postdocs), faculty members, and visiting scholars with children 12 years and under. For more information and to apply for a free access fob go to Family Study Space at Robarts and complete the online registration form.