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MESSAGES FROM DONORS
My deceased husband was a grateful graduate of the U. of T.
My doctorate got me a fulfilling academic appointment and allowed me to help many others through my career.
Thanks to the University of Toronto's online courses at Coursera for giving me a chance to access the quality higher education.
My family and I moved to join U of T two years ago. We are proud to work at this prestigious institution which is positively impacting our world - including by fighting COVID-19.
I am impressed by the work my U of T faculty colleagues and students are doing on Covid. I entered my data on flatten.ca, the imaginative website started by a UTM student.
One of my daughters attended UTS (grade 7 -12); EngSci 1T6 + PEY; and she is currently an MD/PhD (Biomedical Engineering) student. What an extraordinary education she has received at UofT!
Obtaining my MBA in 1971 from UoT gave me a 42 year career in banking. My heart felt thanks to the profs who saw something in me that I didn't at that time.
Excellent university with amazing atmosphere for research
Just hope everyone could be healthy and healthy
I went to Japan for 1 year study aboard program. Since then I advance my post graduated study in Japan and began my career in Tokyo. Very appreciated that giving me chance.
Best years of my life
I am in Day 10 of my personal battle with Covid19 and can think of no better way to get back at the nasty buggers inside me than supporting Covid19 research among those who can stop this scourge.
Proud that UofT is leading the charge of the fight against COVID19 and we’re in this together.
I’m happy to donate money saved on commute to COVID-19 efforts.
As a teen my life goal was unclear. After having 2 children (>40 yrs ago) I knew I could help as a woman in healthcare. I b/c an RN, and later an NP. Thank you U of T.
Good luck and good science to your discoveries.
uToronto has prepared me to fulfill my dreams. Thank you
Gave me the training I needed to care for others
I am working to achieve my life long dream of obtaining my first university degree.
My dream started from 1970 at UT. I met my wife there. We got married at Knox College Chapel in 1977. My youngest daughter graduated from UT Mississauga in 2015
U of T taught me how to invest and how to understand the way a business works.
I am grateful for being a student and now teach with the University of Toronto.
My beloved daughter graduated from U of T. She’s always been so amazing
Almost ten years ago, I made the first step to go overseas to study in Canada. This marks the incredible experience and my life long pride with UofT.
The classmates and friends I made at UofT continue to inspire me. Tremendously bright students who have worked hard to accomplish remarkable things over 20 years
Thanks to receiving my degree in BSc(PT) in 1974 I was able to happily practise as a registered physiotherapist until 2017 in such a diverse and gratifying profession.
My years in the Engineering Science program built the foundation that underpins my entire career. It was only after entering this program that I was pushed to demonstrate what I could accomplish.
I did my Master degree at U of T, which included an internship and led to my first job and the start of my career.
U of T (Rotman School of Management) has transformed me holistically as a leader and person. With courses and interactions that made my foundation strong, I can now make better decisions.
Once I was just 810333580, now I am much better :)
UofT was the school that my parents, aunts and uncles, and grandparents graduated from. Many of them met at UofT . Without UofT, I wouldn't be here.
We help international student free in higher study -from Shujonn Shikto
My dream started at UT in 1970 after graduated in 1974 from Ind. Engin. I met my wife (7T4) in UT. My daughter graduated from UT (1T5).The donation is just a token of appreciation to UT
Dr. Burstow once rescued me from toxic psychiatry.
Hons BSc in Health Studies and Human Biology inspired a career in health policy.
U of T Nursing provided the foundation for a successful career in healthcare. It taught me to always think critically with compassion and always apply the research process to problem solving.
I enrolled as a part time student in 1974 receiving a Bachelor degree in 1979. Continuing I earned a Certificate in Personnel and Industrial Relations in 1981 even though I was already working in H...
As Student, Engineering gave me direction and goals which have lasted my entire life and career.
U of T, especially through the LS Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, helped me connect with some of the world's top scholars and healthcare leaders, some of whom I turn to for advice still today.
What is one of my lasting and heartfelt memories of the Law School (1966-1969) is the shared experience over three years. Where we gathered almost daily and form Because of this and nature of the School
Great advice and experiences, superb colleagues, brilliant professors and fantastic education program!
I am very grateful to the Canadians who fought in France during the Second World War. I am from France originally. My son studied at UofT. He could have been one of those soldiers who went to France.
Education is one of few things that no one can ever take from you. It empowers you and enables you to establish your future. It isn’t just about the book work - it’s the life experience.
I wanted to honour my mother and father, who met at U of T. Both, immediately on Graduation during the war, used their education to support their community and country, and were lifelong proud alums.
It has changed my daughter's.
It gave me a job, furthered my career and gave me an opportunity to teach fabulous students since 1971.
I think it's an awesome initiative!
An outstanding undergraduate programme, an ideal preparation for graduate work, and lifelong friendships!