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Toronto Metropolitan University provides opportunities for you to take ownership of your first year experience so that you can grow as socially, civically and academically engaged members of your communities. Our faculties have adapted and implemented unique ways to heighten your remote learning experience, while ensuring you have opportunities to connect with your instructors and your peers. In addition to your academic success, a wide variety of learning supports and study skills are available to help you apply your knowledge, communicate your ideas and thrive in the virtual classroom. 

In this section, you will discover the virtual learning opportunities available in each faculty and through the library. From augmented reality labs to international virtual exchange programs, as a Toronto Metropolitan University student you may be learning remotely, but your future is limitless.

Online learning support

At Student Life and Learning Support, we build diverse communities and support you as a learner. We provide opportunities for you to discover your talents, explore, skill-build, express your identities, create meaningful friendships and connections, and build your learning success toolkit.

COVID-19 and Academic Accommodation Support Update: 

Due to Toronto Metropolitan University's response to COVID-19, all Academic Accommodation Support programs and services are currently being offered remotely. View all programs and services

Drop-in academic accommodation support

What is STRIVE?

STRIVE provides drop-in learning strategies and assistive technology support for all students registered with AAS, in a collaborative group setting. 

STRIVE Online offers a virtual place to connect with other students, practice new learning strategies, and share technology tips. STRIVE Online is a welcoming, no commitment group drop-in. No registration required. 

Virtual Global Learning

Engage in online, collaborative, intercultural learning with peers from around the world.

Virtual Global Learning opportunities allow students, like yourself, to:

  • Engage with global perspectives and develop intercultural skills; 
  • Learn how to be flexible and adaptable;
  • Build your global networks; and, 
  • Gain important career-ready skills in digital collaboration and communication across diverse local contexts.


SHIFT Online is Toronto Metropolitan University’s summer transition program for incoming students with disabilities, open to any student with a disability entering an Ontario post-secondary institution for the 2021-2022 academic year.

Zone Learning

A new model of experiential learning built to allow students to apply their degree coursework to real world startups, causes, companies, projects or ventures. 


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Global Learning

Find everything needed to participate in global learning activities. From international exchange to online global courses, travel preparation to funding, and more.