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New Graduate Students

Congratulations on your offer of admission to the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design!

As a new student, you will join the Daniels Faculty’s prominent community of students, scholars, and art and design professionals, whose research, interdisciplinary collaboration, critical inquiry, and creativity play key roles in the development of more beautiful, ecologically-sound, and socially-enriching environments. We look forward to welcoming you to become a part of this dynamic group.

  • View some of our current students' end-of-term work here
  • Take an Online Tour of the Daniels Building  here and here
  • Please see here for the Daniels COVID-19 related FAQs
  • Follow the Daniels Faculty on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube

New Student Handbook

The 2022-23 New Student Handbook will provide you with information about resources at the Daniels Faculty, course registration, fees and finances, and sessional dates for you to prepare for your upcoming academic year. This handbook will become available in summer 2022. In the meantime, you can check out the 2021-22 version: Click here to download the Newly Admitted Graduate Student Handbook 2021-22.

Contacts for Newly Admitted Students

Daniels Faculty, Office of the Registrar and Student Services
+1 (416) 946-3897
registrar@daniels.utoronto.ca

Professional Programs:
Director, Master of Architecture (MArch) Program
Associate Professor Wei-Han Vivian Lee
Director.MArch@daniels.utoronto.ca

Director, Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) Program
Associate Professor Liat Margolis
MLADirector@daniels.utoronto.ca  

Director, Master of Urban Design (MUD) Program
Assistant Professor Michael Piper
MUDDirector@daniels.utoronto.ca

Graduate Coordinator, MFC
Professor Sally Krigstin
sally.krigstin@utoronto.ca

Interim Director, Master of Architecture/Landscape Architecture (post professional) Program
Assistant Professor Roberto Damiani
roberto.damiani@daniels.utoronto.ca

Director, Master of Master of Visual Studies (MVS) Program
Assistant Professor Jean-Paul Kelly
MVSDirector@daniels.utoronto.ca