Filed Under (Updates) by utmrc on 05-12-2011

Message from the Dean of Student Affairs, Mark Overton:

In severe weather, UTM has a number of options for students to learn about campus-wide cancellation of courses or a ‘closure’ of the campus (noting that police and most residence-related services remain in operation). The easiest way to receive notification is by subscribing to U of T Emergency Alerts, by registering your cell phone number at so that the university can send you a voice or text message. Alternatively, you can visit the campus homepage at or log into the Blackboard portal where cancellation/closure notices are posted and updated.

UT and UTM try to post daytime cancellation/closure messages before 7 a.m. and evening cancellation/closure messages before 4:30 p.m., although quick and dramatic changes in the weather can result in status changes at any time of day.



Filed Under (Updates) by utmrc on 22-10-2011

Do you love designing? Or perhaps want to learn how to use Photoshop? How about telling other people about an event that’s coming up?

If you want the chance of a lifetime to:

  • Design posters for Residence Council
  • Learn Photoshop
  • Promote RC events
  • Gain experience
  • Get involved

Recruitment Period Ended!

Filed Under (Updates) by utmrc on 16-10-2011

Halloween Haunt (Wonderland)

Original Price + Transportation: $40

Subsidized pricing:

Residence Students $30
NON- Residence $35

Are you READY? For an exciting journey to Wonderland and overcome YOUR fear?

The Residence Council proudly invites you to Wonderland to experience a rich and live Halloween haunt night!


Flight Deck
Time Warp
The Fly
The Bat
Wild Beast
Dragon Fire
The Rage
Backlot Stunt Coaster
Mighty Canadian Minebuster
Speed City Raceway
Xtreme Skyflyer
Thunder Run

Bring your friends and come out to have fun! (Especially for those of you who just finished

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Filed Under (Updates) by utmrc on 15-10-2011

Peel Police and the City of Mississauga are stepping up their enforcement on nuisance noise violations, particularly around 3061 Sir John’s Homestead based on the large number of complaints received by the City and Police regarding that area.

Under Ontario’s Provincial Offenses Act, the typical fine is $305 for someone found to ‘create/cause/permit a noise likely to disturb the inhabitants’.

UTM Residence Students are advised to act thoughtfully and respectfully if they visiting that area.  Feel free to share this information with your fellow UTM student.

Filed Under (Updates) by utmrc on 02-10-2011
Information about the event:
When:Oct 7th and Oct 14th from 1-3 pm.Where: Meet up place is at Roy Ivor Lobby

Why: Networking Opportunities with amazing professors and your fellow students. Come out and have fun while making a difference for our beautiful campus!

How to sign up HERE: Event Ended! Thanks for all your support!

On-line or at the Residence Table hour Monday to Friday 12-1:30 pm and 6-8 pm. (Bring 3 friends to sign up and get a prize!)

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