Information for current students
Welcome to all incoming and returning students to 2021-2022! Our top priority is to protect the health and wellness of our community while creating an innovative, and engaging online learning experience for all of our students.
Reopening plans and procedures
To stay informed about policies and procedures as our faculty moves forward in its reopening, please visit the Reopening: Plans and Procedures section of our website.
Wellness Counsellor: Leah Direnfeld
Leah is our Faculty's dedicated, student-focused Wellness Counsellor.
To schedule an appointment: call 416-978-8030 (select option "5") to register.
There are many University resources available to support students, including:
- General information about T-Card, library services, etc.
- Minimum technical requirements for remote/online learning
- Coping with Stress
- Navi: Student Mental Health Wayfinder
- Book an appointment with U of T Health and Wellness
- Information for returning international students and for new international students.
- Explore options for financial support.
We recommend that students regularly check their U of T email for notices from their program director(s), the Registrar’s Office, and the Dean’s Office as we are committed to communicating regularly with students to provide updates, resources and tips related to remote learning.
Learn more about program resources, access important forms and course descriptions for your degree by selecting your program in the navigation.
You can also find important student life information in the links below.
Recent Student News
Four preceptors supervising students at U of T’s Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy have been recognized as the Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) Preceptors of the Year.Read More
Four professors teaching at U of T’s Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy have been selected as the PharmD 2021 Professors of the Year.Read More
Following graduation, PharmD graduate Tiera-Marie Colonna plans to continue in a career in industry, while still practising part-time in community pharmacy to maintain her direct connection to patient care.Read More