The Course Catalogue of all of the courses taught within the TST federation is available on this website.
The below information is common to all TST registrations. For instructions specific to your situation, please see the following pages:
Summer Session registration procedures
Registration information for TST students taking courses at affiliated institutions
Registration information for affiliate students taking TST courses
Registration information for visiting students
Registration information for Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) and Pastoral Counselling Education (PCE) units
Getting Started: Key Registration Information
Information Common to all TST Registrations
Registration for the fall/winter sessions begins on August 1 of each year. If August 1 falls on the week end or Ontario’s Civic Holiday (the first Monday of August), registration opens on the Tuesday following. Registration for the Fall 2013 and Winter 2014 sessions begins on August 2, 2013.
Your college may set a registration deadline for courses in the fall/winter sessions. Registration deadlines for the summer courses are published on the course catalogue. Please see the calendar of key academic dates for the last day to add a course and the last day to drop a course without academic penalty.
Fees for TST courses are on the TST-wide fee schedule. Please consult with your college’s fee schedule for incidental and other fees. Information on how to pay fees can be found on the U of T Student Accounts website. Refund schedules are published on the U of T Students Accounts website.
All TST courses are on the Student Web Service (ROSI). TST students must enrol in courses using the Student Web System (ROSI): www.rosi.utoronto.ca. An instructional guide on using ROSI is available here.
The first two digits of the course number indicate the college offering the course. Go here for a guide to TST's course codes.
Basic degree courses are numbered in the 1000 through 3000 range. 1000-level courses are foundational courses; 2000-level courses are survey courses and may have prerequisites; 3000-level courses are specialized courses and normally have prerequisites.
6000 and 5000-level courses are for Advanced Degree students only (unless explicit permission has been granted for a non-Advanced Degree student to take the course).
Some courses have a limited enrolment (Max/Min) or special enrolment instructions which are stated in the course description. Professors are entitled to set separate maximum (MAX) enrolment limits for basic and advanced degree enrolment in 3000/6000 level courses. If no specific enrolment limits are shown for AD students, the one stated in the course description will apply only to basic degree students. If a minimum (MIN) enrolment is indicated, an instructor/college may decide to cancel a course in which this limit has not been reached. Any students who are enrolled in a course which is cancelled will be notified.
Academic and incidental fees are assessed by the ROSI system. A student’s account status may be viewed on the ROSI web system. Instructions on how to pay fees may be found at: www.fees.utoronto.ca.