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Frequently Asked Questions

The Program Advising and Student Success (opens in new window)  (PASS) supports students with their academic needs throughout their journey at TRSM. 

Program Advising - Instead of the guidance counsellors that you would access in high school, we have program-specific Student/Academic Advisors for any questions around your courses, majors, minors, university policies or academics in general. 

To meet with your academic advisor you can schedule an appointment here (opens in new window) . One-on-one appointments are offered both in-person or virtually.

Student Success - Get group tutoring, attend workshops about learning and studying strategies, and chat with a Learning Strategist or Writing Strategist. Check out course tutoring (opens in new window) , writing and language support (opens in new window) , learning supports (opens in new window)  and academic learning seminars (opens in new window) 

For Business Management students, typically you declare your major in your first-year of studies in March prior to course intentions. We encourage you to declare your major before completing course intentions as you will need to know which courses you need to take to graduate. For more information, visit the 2023-2024 Undergraduate Calendar (opens in new window) 

You can follow the instructions on the How to Change My Plan or Major page (opens in new window)  to declare your major directly on MyServiceHub in less than 5 minutes.

Your undergraduate tuition and fees are paid through online banking for domestic students. Visit How to Pay your Tuition and Fees (opens in new window)  for more information.

You can check your outstanding fees on your Student Center in MyServiceHub. Do keep in mind that your fees may change if you are still adding or dropping courses. Visit Student Fees (opens in new window)  for more information.

Tuition for Chang School courses is due upon enrolment (opens in new window) . The Chang School has different drop/enrollment dates, and refund schedules (opens in new window)  from undergraduate classes, so please make sure you keep on top of these dates.


The Business Career Hub (opens in new window)  (BCH) offers career development opportunities for students and alumni. Supports include one-on-one appointments with a Career Coordinator including resume and cover letter critiques, mock interviews, preparation for the Co-op application, employer events, bootcamps and more.

  • Bootcamps (opens in new window)  are exclusively available to all Ted Rogers School students to upgrade and enhance your technical skills. By attending bootcamps, you will be provided with the opportunity of industry-relevant training to bridge the gap between curriculum and market needs. Bootcamps include, R, Python, Excel, Power BI, Tableau, and more. See the full list of Bootcamps offered (opens in new window) .
  • Hub Insights (opens in new window)  shares information and insights about today's complex employment marketplace. Hub Insight reports focus on industry trends, sectors and positions, career best practices, application templates, and showcase co-op insights for each of the 12 individual majors here at the Ted Rogers School.
  • Events (opens in new window)  are offered throughout the year including Spring/Summer. Various events include employer information and recruitment sessions, networking and coffee chat related opportunities, as well as our Prep Programs. Prep programs (traditionally held in the Spring/Summer) provide our students the opportunity to learn and explore new industries and career pathways, directly from industry professionals, many of which are Ted Rogers School Alumni. 
  • Schedule a one-on-one (opens in new window)  in-person or virtual appointment or 15-minute drop-in with your Career Coordinator.

The Career Boost Undergraduate Program (opens in new window)  provides on-campus part-time jobs to eligible full-time undergraduate students at TMU. This program works in partnership with academic units, administrative units, faculty, staff and students to support the practice and scholarship of learning at Toronto Metropolitan University.

The Digital Media Zone (DMZ) (opens in new window)  is a world-leading tech incubator. DMZ helps startups build great businesses by connecting them with customers, capital, experts and a community of entrepreneurs and influencers. DMZ offers Student Entrepreneurship programs that are designed to assist emerging entrepreneurs to take their business beyond ideation.

To learn more, visit DMZ Student Entrepreneurship Programs. (opens in new window) 


For more information visit the Ted Rogers Co-op Program website. (opens in new window) 

Note: The year in which you apply depends on your major.

Programs that apply at the end of 1st year:

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Business Technology Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Hospitality and Tourism 
  • Retail Management

Programs that apply at the end of 2nd year:

  • Economics and Management Science
  • Global Management
  • Human Resources Management
  • Law and Business
  • Marketing Management
  • Real Estate Management

TMU offers many supports that are available to students looking for financial resources. Here is a list below:

To find out more about other financial support and resources TMU offers, visit the Student Financial Assistance (opens in new window)  page.

Across TMU there are many supports available to students looking for health and wellbeing resources. Here is a list below:

The WalkSafe program (opens in new window)  is a 24/7 service that pairs you with a security member who can walk you to different locations on campus, including subway stations.

International Student Support (opens in new window)  (ISS) is a team that works to welcome and support newcomers in adjusting to life in Canada. The team helps newcomers in building a sense of belonging for the international community and ways to connect with other students.

ISS provides support to help students reach academic, personal, and professional goals through group immigration advising (external link, opens in new window) , drop-in hours (opens in new window) , one-on-one personal development appointments (opens in new window) , Financial Assistance (opens in new window)  and also events for international students (opens in new window) .

At TRSM, you have the opportunity to apply to the International Student Exchange Program. (opens in new window)  You can go on exchange for a semester or a full year while receiving full academic credit, equivalent to a full course load. TRSM is partnered with universities all across the world including Australia, Denmark, Germany, Mexico, Hong Kong, Singapore, Scotland, Spain and many  (google doc) more international exchange partners (external link, opens in new window) .

The IT Department offers free software and technical support such as troubleshooting, borrowing laptops, setting up access to virtual laptops and more. To find out  about other support services, visit the IT Department (opens in new window)  page

Are you also looking for softwares that TMU offers? Visit our Computing and Communications Services (CCS) (opens in new window)  page where you can find all the free softwares available to TMU students.