Our Outreach Programs
The University of Toronto community hosts a variety of hands-on enrichment programs throughout the year, including the summer — when school takes a pause, but learning and growing don’t. By offering flexible options ranging from day camps to all-inclusive courses with meals, accommodations, and weekend activities, our goal is to make it fun and easy for students to immerse themselves at Canada’s premier university and make memories that will last a lifetime.
I thought that would be really helpful for Indigenous students – and it only solidified my decision of going to U of T even more than before.
— Symone, Ojibwe, Wiikwemkoong First Nation, Manitoulin Island
2nd year student in psychology at U of T Mississauga
Symone participated in both the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education SOAR Indigenous Youth Gathering Program and the Faculty of Medicine Summer Mentorship Program.
This is a list of Outreach programs that serve historically underrepresented communities in post-secondary education. Please refer to the individual program pages for updates on the impacts of COVID-19 on program delivery
|Soar Indigenous Youth Gathering||Gr. 9 - Gr. 12||Kinesiology and Physical Education|
|ENGage||K to 8||Applied Science & Engineering
|Blueprint||Gr. 9 - Gr. 11||Applied Science & Engineering|
|Launch! Girls Saturday Program||K to 8||Applied Science & Engineering|
|Launch: Science and Engineering Camp||Gr. 3 - Gr. 5||Applied Science & Engineering|
|Summer Mentorship Program||Gr. 9 - Gr. 12||Medicine|
|iBEAM||Gr. 7 & 8||Institute of Biomedical Engineering|
|Indigenous Youth Summer Program||Gr. 9 - Gr. 12||Law|
|Community Youth Mentorship||Ages 8-17||U of T Mississauga|
|Black Access to Educational Excellence||Gr. 9 - Gr. 12||U of T Mississauga|
|IMANI Academic Mentorship Program||Gr. 7 - Gr. 12||U of T Scarborough|
|Indigenous Outreach Group||U of T Scarborough|
|LAWS||Gr. 10 - Gr. 12||Faculty of Law|