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George Brown College offers a wide variety of services and tools to help with your academic studies.
Get a jump start on your college journey through orientation! Offered both in-person and online, orientation helps you get all the information you need before you start your semester.
With your student card, you gain access to many of the supports and services available to George Brown students. Easily submit your photo online and you'll be on your way!
We want you to be successful during your time here. That's why we offer tons of student services from Accessible Learning Services to free gym access, Indigenous Services, and more!
All the important dates that you need at George Brown are listed here. You can filter by term or category (e.g. registration, fees, holidays) so you’ll always know what’s coming up.
Do you have questions about financial aid, OSAP, registration, scholarships and bursaries, convocation, or your academic and personal records? The Office of the Registrar will be happy to help.
If you're in one of our Health Sciences, Community Services and Early Childhood, or Hospitality and Culinary Arts programs, you may have to fill out some pre-placement forms. You can find them here.
Are you ready to register for your courses? You can do this through your Stu-View account. Have a look at our registration checklist to make sure you’ve got everything you need.
Since there are a lot of websites, apps and technical supports available to you, we've compiled a list of handy links to frequently used online resources.
We offer a wide range of programs to help you develop the skills employers look for in new graduates. Check out our seven academic centres to find the right program for you.
We have three campuses located in downtown Toronto, with other sites around the city for classes. We also have our student residence, The George. Find out more about each of our locations.
We take the safety and security of our students and our community seriously, and we work to foster a safe, secure environment. You can learn more about our policies and procedures here.
The Student Association is our central student government representing the interests of all students. Discover all they do for you by visiting their website.
Would you like to become more involved on campus? Why not join or start a student-run club? This is a great chance to interact with a wide variety of people, expand your skillset or find a new interest.
From career workshops to individual consultations with an advisor, Career Services has many tools to help you succeed. You can get started by checking out our online job postings.
We've put together an A-Z list of the most frequently asked questions we get from students. Have a look through and get all the answers you need!
Student Helpline and After Hours Urgent Care
For On-Campus Emergencies, call 416-415-4000 or dial "0" from an internal College Cisco phone.
If you are experiencing an emergency or need urgent assistance, there are a range of service available to help.