During the past few months, amidst a turbulent time globally due to COVID-19, Toronto Film School’s commitment to education and community has not wavered. To help protect our own and the broader community, Toronto Film School temporarily shifted to remote learning. Read more about that transition here.
Toronto Film School is continuing to closely monitor the situation as we approach the end of the spring term. Currently, students can continue to earn their diploma through remote technologies and resume on-campus studies as soon as in-person instruction is deemed safe by the Province of Ontario. We expect the summer term, which begins on July 13, 2020, will predominately be offered online; however, plans are being made around studio classes and how they can be offered safely while respecting physical distancing guidelines.
Full on-campus studies will not resume until the Province of Ontario and City of Toronto deem it safe to re-open physical campuses. Currently, Ontario’s COVID-19 case numbers limit re-opening plans across the province.
Toronto Film School remains open. Our student services and academic supports are delivered online, and we continue to add new tools and resources to meet the needs of our students. Email your program advisor or call 416-929-0121 ext. 1422 if you have any questions or concerns.
If you are a new student and require assistance, you can call one of the following Admissions Hotlines:
– Toll-Free – 844-697-9711
– Local Montreal – 514-399-0661
– Local Toronto – 416-941-2110
Toronto Film School also remains mindful of the stress and anxiety these types of situations can bring. Counselling services are available for those students who need them. Visit https://tfs.janeapp.com/ to make an appointment.
For the latest information on COVID-19, please visit: http://bit.ly/3a0AcfY
Please note: If you are experiencing symptoms of cold, flu, or other suspected symptoms of COVID-19, we ask that you do not come to the campus and contact public health. In Ontario, call Telehealth at 1-866-797-0000 to speak with a registered nurse who can provide medical advice and guidance.