The Classes of 2T0 & 2T1
New Grad Benefits and Perks
Visit alumni.utoronto.ca/New-grads valuable information, benefits and perks that matter to your life as a new graduate!
If I Knew Then...
Engineering alumni who graduated as far back as 4T9 and all decades of graduates since have written in to let you know that they care about YOU! Visit uoft.me/IfIKnewThen to read their thoughtful messages to you. Your Skulemates will be here for you for the rest of your life and work journey. Congratulations – you are a part of the newest cohort to ‘leave the Skule nest’.
Dean Yip's 2T0 Congratulatory Message.
Dean Yip's 2T1 Congratulatory Message.
The June 23, 2021 virtual ceremony can be viewed June 23, 2021. If you missed the ceremony, it can be viewed online.
The official convocation date that was listed on student records for those in the June ceremony is June 23, 2021, which is the original convocation date. The Convocation Office will ship parchments on June 23, 2021.
Questions about your diploma, such as why have you have not received a tracking number? Please check the accuracy of your permanent address in ACORN. Incomplete addresses will cause a significant delay in processing. Other information and FAQs from the Convocation Office are at: https://www.utoronto.ca/convocation or visit this FAQ page about diplomas and general information.
When you receive your parchment, keep the celebrations going — tag the Faculty in a photo (@uoftengineering and #UofTGrad21)!
When will my student email address switch to an alumni.utoronto email address?
You will not need to sign up – it will happen automatically, which is the good news. Central U of T manages the transition. Read their website here. Segments of their explanation include:
- When you graduate, a free @alum.utoronto.ca account is automatically created using the same name as your student @mail.utoronto.ca address. You then enter a two-year transition period that gives you the opportunity to phase out your student email address and alert your contacts of your new alumni email address. Your login, password, inbox and contacts remain unchanged.
- Incoming Mail: Continue to log in as usual. Within two months of your graduation, your @alum.utoronto.ca address will automatically become active. In your inbox, you will receive messages sent to both email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org for two years.
- Outgoing Mail: Messages are sent using your @mail.utoronto.ca address until the University verifies that you are not returning for additional study, which may take up to six months. When this has been done, you will receive a notice and messages will be sent using your @alum.utoronto.ca address.
Enjoy the lifelong perks and exclusive benefits that come with being a U of T alum — from career development and online networking opportunities, to exclusive discounts and resources for living well. alumni.utoronto.ca/stayhome
Free U of T Engineering CONNECT Membership
Thousands of engineering alumni are actively willing to help and stay connected with you. It is easy to find them online by joining the membership, or updating your existing profile within U of T Engineering CONNECT, Make industry connections, browse job postings and access exclusive resources. How-to videos: search and reach out through the DIRECTORY and CONNECT by expanding your circle of associates. Post or find JOBS on platform, browse or post EVENTS, share or read through the FEED, update your PROFILE and so much more.
Follow the University of Toronto Engineering LinkedIn Page.
U of T Career Services for new graduates.
Read the Professional Engineers of Ontario letter to 2020 graduates from the Professional Engineers of Ontario. PEO - 2020 Fall Letter to Graduating Class