Welcome to the Lincoln Alexander School of Law! As you prepare to start in September, be sure to review your next steps, and some useful resources, listed below.
You can request your proof of enrolment letter via the Student Center on MyServiceHub. The request for Applicants and New Students is now available for those starting in Fall 2023.
If you were admitted after the Applicants and New Students deadline you must submit your request using the Current Students process.
Toronto Metropolitan University Student Portal, Email and OneCard
Your online identity is important! This username and password is used to access your Toronto Metropolitan University email, register for courses and log into computers on campus. When you accessed your MyServiceHub account to review your Communications section, you also went through the process of activating your online identity. If you have not done this step, activate your Toronto Metropolitan University Online Identity right now.
Although you can activate your online identity as soon as you receive your letter of acknowledgment, you will have limited access to MyServiceHub and other online systems until August 1.
After August 1, you will be prompted to create your Toronto Metropolitan University email address when you log into my.ryerson.ca. It is important that you do this as soon as possible, as all official university communications will be sent there. Remember to check it frequently!
All new students are required to use two-factor authentication to access Toronto Metropolitan University services. This will require students to have either a mobile phone that can run Google Authenticator or a Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) key. U2F keys are available for purchase online or in some stores.
More information on two-factor, including setup information can be found on the Computing and Communications Services (CCS) Two-Factor Authentication website.
The OneCard is your official Toronto Metropolitan University identification card and serves as a convenience card for many of the services on campus including the Library, Athletic Centre, printing and photocopying, food purchases, discounts and more.
New students must apply for their OneCard online between June 1st and August 15th. This can be done through the OneCard website.
Your online identity was created when you first accessed your Choose>Toronto Metropolitan University portal as an applicant. If you did not complete this step, please activate your Toronto Metropolitan University Online Identity right now.
To pick up your OneCard, you must present one of the following pieces of identification: Passport, Driver’s License, Ontario Photo ID Card, OHIP/Health Card with Picture Secured Certificate of Indian Status, or Permanent Residence Card. Your Toronto Metropolitan University student number is also required.
A passport is also required if you do not possess any ID issued by a Canadian Federal, Provincial or Territorial government.
All forms of identification must be original, current and valid. The name on your document(s) must match the primary name on file with the University.
O-Week is the official kick-off to your experience at Toronto Metropolitan University! This is your chance to meet your first Toronto Metropolitan University friends, join awesome events, grab some free food and explore the campus. Some programs will also have mandatory academic orientation sessions you’ll need to attend.
Lincoln Alexander Law orientation will take place in late-August, prior to the first intensive course. Stay tuned for more details as they become available.
At Toronto Metropolitan University, you can find all of the services you need to ensure your success. A few are profiled below:
Student Learning Support supports students with learning or physical disabilities through academic accommodation. If you require academic accommodations, register with Student Learning Support in July to ensure they are in place for the start of classes. Please be advised that if you included a Special Consideration form with your Toronto Metropolitan University application, you may be required to submit any confidential documentation again, this time directly to the Academic Accommodation Support office.
Toronto Metropolitan University Gdoo-maawnjidimi Mompii Indigenous Student Services provides a culturally supportive environment and specialized services for Aboriginal, Metis and Inuit students on campus.
Toronto Metropolitan University Athletics is home to the Rams! Why not try out for a varsity team, or support your fellow Rams by attending the games? You can also take advantage of our state-of-the-art athletic facilities by using the fitness centre or by joining intramural teams or sports clubs.
Toronto Metropolitan University University Library and Archives provides access to print and electronic collections, and offers services which include computer labs, study rooms, audio-visual resources and research assistance. Library tours and workshops are available starting in August.
These are just a few of our many services. To see more, please visit Student Affairs.
- Website: Student Affairs
Applications to work on campus are available in August.
More than 1000 students find paid positions on campus each year! Many of these students are employed through the Career Boost program which offers financial support and valuable work experience in academic, administrative and student service departments. To be eligible for the Career Boost program, you must be eligible for OSAP or an out-of-province loan, and be a full-time undergraduate student.
Visit Jobs on Campus for details on Career Boost program eligibility and how to apply.
Information regarding Lincoln Alexander School of Law opportunities will be available through the Career Development and Professional Placement Office (CDPPO). Further details will be posted as soon as they are available.
- Website: Career & Co-op Centre
Full-time undergraduate, Lincoln Alexander Law, and graduate students are automatically covered for extended health and dental insurance coverage. Your annual fee is included on your tuition fee statement. If you are covered by another plan, you may apply to opt-out and receive a refund.