Medical Biophysics

Important Dates and Deadlines for MBP Students

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AUG | SEPT | OCT | NOV | DEC | JAN | FEB | MAR | APR | MAY | JUN

2019

July

Mon, July 15

August

Mon, August 5
  • Civic Holiday (University closed)
Fri, August 23
  • Deadline for payment of fees or to submit a completed Request to Register without payment form online via ACORN/ROSI or to the MBP office.
Wed, August 28
  • Vanier Scholarship deadine.

September (Fall Session)

Sep 1 - Oct 1

  • New students starting in Fall 2019 and current students who wish to opt out of the supplementary health and dental plans must do so before October 1.
Mon, September 2
  • Labour Day (University closed)
Tues, September 3
  • SGS Graduate Orientation 2018 for new students.
Wed, September 4
  • MBP Orientation -- MANDATORY for first year students.
    Time and Location: 10:00 am; 6th floor auditorium, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, 610 University Avenue
    11:00 am: Scholarship Workshop
Thurs, September 5
  • Organizational meeting for 2nd and higher year students at 11:00 am in PMCRT, Room 4-204
Fri, September 13
  • Final date for REGISTRATION (i.e. pay or defer fees) of students beginning programme in September session. After this date, must register at SGS and pay the late registration fee. Students who are not registered will be removed from courses.
Fri, September 13
  • Registration deadline for students registering or starting their program in the Fall (September to December) session; after this date a late registration fee will be assessed. Minimum required payment due (unpaid fees from previous sessions(s) +100% of current Fall tuition fee charges).
Mon, September 16
  • Final date to submit final doctoral theses to SGS to avoid fee charges for 2019-20
Fri, September 20
Sun, September 22 -
Tues, September 24
Mon, September 23
  • Final date to add full-year and fall session courses
Tues, September 24
  • MRA deadline for students who wish to have the CIHR Doctoral Research Award* administered through the University
Fri, September 27

 

  • Remaining Fall session (September to December) fees due by this date to avoid incurring service charges
  • Final date to submit final Doctoral theses for Fall Convocation
  • Final date for receipt of degree recommendations and submission of any required theses for Masters degrees for Fall Convocation without fees being charged for the fall session
Sun, September 30
  • Payment deadline to avoid service charges on unpaid Fall session (September to December) tuition and non-tuition fee amounts for all students registered in the Fall session only, except for those who have successfully registered without payment because they are receiving a full funding package via a research stipend, a majuor award or scholarship, teaching assistantships, tuition waiver, and/or sponsorships. Monthly service charges will incur starting October 15.

October

Thurs, October 10
  • GLSE Research Integrity Workshop 1 - Mandatory for First Year, Doctoral Stream MSc and PhD students. Register here.
Mon, October 14
  • Thanksgiving Day (University closed)
Wed, October 16
  • GLSE Research Integrity Workshop 2 - Mandatory for First Year, Doctoral Stream MSc and PhD students. Register here.
Mon, October 28
  • Final date to drop fall session full or half courses without penalty

November

November
  • Fall Convocation: Information and dates are posted at: www.convocation.utoronto.ca
  • Integrity in Research Workshop - MANDATORY for First Year Students. More information will be sent later.
Fri, November 30
  • Payment deadline to avoid service charges on unpaid Winter session (January to April) tuition and non-tuition fee amounts for all students registered in both Fall and Winter sessions, except for those who have successfully registered without payment because they are receiving a full funding package via a reserch stipend, a major award or scholarship, teaching assistantships, tuition waiver, and/or sponsorships. Monthly service charges will incur starting December 16.

December

Mon, December 2, 8:00 pm
  • CGS Masters Scholarship (CIHR/NSERC) deadline
Mon, December 23 - Friday January 3 (inclusive)
  • U of T, including the MBP Administrative offices, will be closed for the holidays. The office will re-open on Monday, January 6, 2020.

2020

January (Winter Session)

Jan 1 - Jan 31
  • New students who are starting in Winter 2020 who wish to opt out of the supplementary health and dental palns must do so before January 31st. Not applicable to current students.
Mon, January 6
  • U of T, including the MBP Administrative offices, re-opens
Wed, January 15
  • Registration deadline for students registering or starting thier program in the Winter (January to April) session; after this date a late registration fee will be assessed. Minimum Required Payment due (unpaid fees from previous session(s) +100% of current Winter session tuition fee charges). See methods of registration.
Wed, January 15
  • Final date to submit final doctoral theses without fee payment for Winter session.
Wed, January 15
  • Fall Session grades available for viewing by students on the Student Web Service (ACORN)
Mon, January 20
  • Final date to ADD Winter session courses.
Fri, January 24
  • Final date for all students to request their degrees be conferred in absentia in March
  • Final date for receipt of degree recommendations and submission of any required theses for March or June graduation for master’s students without fees being charged for the Winter session.
  • Final date to submit final doctoral theses for March Convocation in absentia
  • Students dually registered in the Fall session must be recomended for the Master's degree by this date to maintain their PhD registration.
Fri, Jan 31
  • Payment deadline to avoid service charges on unpaid Winter session (January to April) tuition and non-tuition fee amounts for all students registered in the Winter session only, except for those who have successfully registered without payment because they are receiving a full funding package via a research stipend, a major award or scholarship, teaching assistantships, tuition waiver, and/or sponsorships. Monthly service charges will incur starting February 18.

February

Fri, February 14
  • Students who started in September 2019 and joined their lab in January 2020 should form their Supervisory Committee and submit the names of their supervisory committee members to the MBP Office for approval.
Mon,February 17
  • Family Day (University closed)
Mon, February 24
  • Final date to drop full-year or Winter session courses without academic penalty

March

March
  • March convocation in absentia. Information posted at www.convocation.utoronto.ca
  • Students admitted into the PhD program in September 2018 must have their Qualifying Exam by the end of March.
Mon, March 2
  • OGS deadline for Visa students. 
Fri, March 27
  • Students who started in September 2019 and joined their lab in January 2020 must have held their first Supervisory Committee meeting by this date.
  • OGS deadline for Domestic students

April

Fri, April 10
  • Good Friday (University closed)

Fri, April 17

  • For students obtaining degrees at June convocation, course work must be completed and grades submitted for full-year and Winter session courses.
  • Final date for receipt of degree recommendations and submission of any required theses for master's degree for June Convocation
  • Final date for submission of final doctoral thesis for students whose degrees are to be conferred at the June Convocation.*
  • Students dually registered in the Winter session must be recommended for the master's degree by this date to maintain their PhD registration.

* A final thesis is the corrected, approved version of thesis which is submitted to ProQuest (formerly T-Space)

Thurs, April 30
  • Payment deadline to avoid service charges on unpaid fall/Winter session (September to April) tuition and non-tuition fee amounts for all students who have successfully registered without payment. Monthly service charges will incur starting May 15.

May

May
  • All MSc students who started in September 2017 and wish to reclassify into the PhD program must reclassify by the end of May
Mon, May 4
  • Final date to enroll in May-June or May-August session courses
Wed, May 13
  • Winter session grades available for viewing by students on the Student Web Service (ACORN)
Mon, May 18
  • Victoria Day (University closed)
Fri, May 22
  • Final date to drop May-June F section courses without academic penalty

June

June
  • June convocation Information and dates posted at www.convocation.utoronto.ca
  • Students admitted into the PhD program in January 2019 must have their Qualifying Exam by the end of June.
Mon, June 15
  • Final date to drop May-August session Y section courses without academic penalty.

July

Wed, July 1
  • Canada Day (University closed)
Mon, Jul 6
  • Final date to enrol in July-August courses
Mon, July 13
  • Final date to drop July-August S section courses without academic penalty.
Wed, July 15
  • Grades for May/June F section courses available for viewing by students on the Student Web Service (ACORN)

Dates and Deadlines for Rotations Students

September 5 - October 17, 2019 First Rotation.
October 18 - November 19, 2019 Second Rotation.
November 20 - December 20, 2019 Third Rotation.
December 16, 2019 Students to advise Annette or Donna of their choices for their permanent lab placement.
December 20, 2019 Students will be advised of their permanent lab placement.
January 6, 2020 Placement with permanent supervisor begins.
January 6 - February 10, 2020 Fourth rotation for any students who have not received a permanent lab assignment.
April 2021 MSc students who started in September 2019 and wish to reclassify into the PhD program must submit Form 100 to Annette or Donna by April 2021.
May 2021 Reclass examination this month for students who started September 2019.

REGISTRATION
You are considered officially registered as soon as you have paid tuition and incidental fees, or have requested to register without payment.

MASTER'S GRADUATING STUDENTS

  • Sept 27 - If your degree recommendation has been submitted to SGS prior to this date, you do not register or pay fees. You will graduate in November. If a thesis is required, the final thesis must be submitted to SGS by Sept 30.
  • January 24 - If your degree recommendation has been submitted to SGS prior to this date, you do not register or pay fees for the Winter session. You may choose to graduate in March (in absentia) or June. If you are not recommended by January 24, you will be required to pay fees for the second session and any service charges that have accrued. If a thesis is required, it must be submitted to SGS by January 24.
  • If you have been permitted dual registration for the Fall session in a Master’s and PhD program, you will be registered in both programs but will be required to pay fees only for the doctoral program. If you do not complete your master’s program by January 24, your PhD registration for the Fall session will be cancelled and your fee payment will be applied to your master’s registration.
  • April 17 - If your degree recommendation has been submitted to SGS prior to this date, you will graduate in June. If a thesis is required, it must be submitted to SGS by April 17.

 

DOCTORAL GRADUATING STUDENTS

  • Fees for doctoral candidates in the final year of their program are assessed on the 15th of each month and differ from completion dates for eligibility to graduate. A final thesis is the corrected, approved version of thesis which is submitted to SGS following the Final Oral Examination
  • September 16 - Final date to submit final doctoral theses to SGS to avoid fee charges for 2019-20.
  • September 27 - To graduate in November, doctoral candidates must have successfully defended their thesis at an SGS oral examination and submitted the final approved thesis to SGS by this date.
  • January 24 - To graduate in March (in absentia), doctoral candidates must have successfully defended their thesis at an SGS oral examination and submitted the final approved thesis to SGS by this date.
  • April 17 - To graduate in June, doctoral candidates must have successfully defended their thesis at an SGS oral examination and submitted the final approved thesis to SGS by this date.