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MESSAGES FROM DONORS
Extremely best U in CA and guided for my kids education.Came to know this Tamil chair through radio CMR 101.3 and thanks for that.
It has allowed me and my family a life worthwhile and fulfilling.
I am enjoying a Comfortable Retirement Running a Community Center for Poor Children and Educating them through University with the help of my Friends in Mazatlan Mexico
I'm inspired by seeing the next generation of my family in Skule.
U of T's Computer Science Program has been a wonderful experience and has kickstarted my career in computing!
I graduated from U of T Medical School in 1989 and now my son just entered U of T Medical School this year and it brought back memories to share and cherish. Vandana Ahluwalia.
My husband, Jim, and I met at U of T in 1975, married in 1976 and we are still together!
My wife and I are very proud of being U of T alumni. Our son is also very keen and interested in joining U of T.
Chris was a dear friend... like an uncle to my kids.
Lost many things and beloved ones after immigration, But learned many invaluable lessons and experiences in Lovely U of T and Canada. Wish Everyone Love, Peace, Good Vibes and Lovely Friends
My son who has allergies was provided residence in his 1st, 2nd and 3 years at UTSC. This enable him to live in a single room and not worry about his health but just study comfortably.
After being in the workplace and meeting people from other universities, I realized that UofT is truly one of the finest academic institutions. Makes me proud of my bachelor and grad education here!
Rotman provided an environment to learn and stay attuned to a world of new technology, business and finance knowledge for me, which I use in my work, volunteer and home environments.
I am happy that my son chose to attend U of T. The university part did not change his life but the Toronto part did.
I loved my learning journey at U of T. I was so fortunate and blessed to complete my PhD at OISE, being taught and guided by a group of brilliant and kind-hearted academics.
Grateful for the support of my family, friends, and faculty at U of T during my formative years.
David Platt served on a committee valuing the Soldier's Tower's soundness. It found there were problems. He headed the committee that raised funds and repaired the Tower.
Many faculty members at University of Toronto have influenced me so much. It was a wonderful experience working with these professors when I was a student.
Mt Family has three and possibly four generations of studying at U of T.
opened my eyes to a far more interesting world
The University of Toronto St. George Campus has provided me with an education that is worthy of the name, and a lifetime of memories (>6 years). While enjoying the downtown life and making friends.
U of T has changed my confidence from being a young man to an adult
I feel that U of T prepared me better than any other school could have for my years in the Intermediate classrooms, teaching instrumental music.
Thank you U of T Chemistry for the great experience!
My association with UofT has kept me mindful of what can be accomplished when a group of like minded people are empowered to explore!
Thank you for what you have offered in my life. I am proud of what you have became today!
I transferred to UofT to challenge myself to complete what I have read was the most challenging mathematics program in Canada, the Specialist Mathematics Degree.
I grew at UofT in more ways than I can name. Not a day goes by that I am not reminded of the fantastic gift my exceptional education provided to me; and I hope to support others in their journey!
Life is simple. Eat, Sleep, Love hippo.
U of T helped me understand the world and myself.
I was able to become a millionaire before I turned 40 years old. Thank you.
My Ph.D. thesis supervisor changed my career course in the correct direction. I am grateful to many UofT professors for all my accomplishments.
The time I spent pursuing my PhD in Biochemistry was a very special time in my life. It led to the career I have today and created long-lasting colleagues and friends.
Thank you to all the staff and faculty of Cell and System Biology, and Human biology: Health and Disease for their generous support during my undergrad.
I am a double U of T alumna in Human Biology '99 and Public Health '11 and I am full of love and respect for all my teachers and mentors from U of T
I spent my most beautiful years in Toronto, and U of T made who I am today. Thanks !!!
U of T was a key step towards my very satisfying international career
UofT has helped me realize my goal of completing graduate studies and helped me become a well-rounded individual. I am proud to be a UofT student and graduate!
Thanks to the wonderful teachers at Psych, I was able to fully develop two very important skills that I continue to use today - Creativity and Critical Thinking.
I left home to start a new chapter of my life in a new city. Thank goodness I did because U of T lead me to opportunities that have positively changed everything for me. Thank you U of T!
U of T put me through a series of difficulties, both academic and personal, and increased my standards significantly.
Undergrad years at U of T, English major/ French minor, I learned WHAT I needed to write about/shoot (my 'beat') then in graduate studies in journalism at Ryerson, I was prepared to refine the HOW.
Hart House was and continues to be an important part of my university experience
Fond memories now making fresh and new ones as both of my children will be proudly sharing alumni.
We met at U of T while both studying ECE. Now we've been married and have two lovely kids. We will always treasure the great memories at our alma mater.
Rowing for U of T was one of the peak experiences of my son's life.
I have learned and benefitted a lot whilst working at UT.
U of T let me get my degrees part-time while I worked. Got my BA at age 30 and BEd at 50. Retired as a school principal.
I had my first faculty position in Medicine, able to advance to full prof in 10 years
I attended from 1997-2001 and it was one of my favourite life experiences. Though I'm registered at St. Mike's, my true U of T home will always be Innis College and my family there at Cinema Studies.