Easily find all the exciting and informative Orientation & Transition programs we’ve put together to get you started and keep you on the right track each term. Pick and choose whatever events suit your specific needs but pay close attention as some events may require you to register in advance.
These events are completely optional and designed to provide the guidance to get you started each term. Search by date or filter for specific types of events and add them to your calendar so you don’t miss a step, and follow the GBC social channels to stay up-to-date on news and events.
Events may be recorded so be mindful of what you share online. Message moderators privately if you do not want to share information publicly. For more on privacy and your online presence check out our Tips for Online Etiquette.
Need help? Visit the Student Life Virtual Desk for assistance with lockers, events, and programming, Monday to Friday, 10am to 12pm, and from 9am to 3pm on Orientation event days.
Planning on attending one of these events, and want to ensure that we have the right accommodations for you? Email us at email@example.com with the event title, date and time, and we'll do our best to make this accessible to you!
Events with the Academic filter are workshops and information sessions that are designed specifically to help augment your academic studies and success.
Build connections and your network by meeting other students and staff at the college while having fun.
College is more than just your academics. Find out how you can get involved outside of the classroom and have a rich college experience.
These sessions are designed specifically to help you get started on the right track and introduce you to services, supports, and resources at the college.
Programming specific to the success of our international students can be found in these sessions and can include networking events, socials, and immigration and visa info sessions.
George Brown is a diverse community, and this section includes sessions from our different student groups.
Learn more about the different supports available at the college to provide you with personal and academic success strategies to help you succeed.
Find out more about navigating and using college software, your digital ID, and where to look for technical support. This includes introductions to changes and upgrades to software that you may already use.
Find a balance between your work and school life with supports and sessions that address your well-being.