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MESSAGES FROM DONORS
Great medical School, love Hart House, love the campus
My M.ed (OISE) enabled me to make career progress. I was a principal of a high school when I took the M.Ed and then became a
One of the values that my wife and I hold dear is to “give back” to those institutions and organizations that represent our values and are meaningful to us. It is my turn to give back to Meds School
I am a former employee of U of T and was very proud to work there. It is a great institution for students and staff alike. I was happy to be associated with UofT and want to see its continued success
Graduating is the best thing that happened to me. It was my major goal after being diagnosed with a mental illness. It has set me up for a great future!
Great to be helpful!
I've had a wonderful time at U of T because of the wonderful support community here and teaching excellence!
happy to give back!
As a pharmacy student, donations from alumni provided me with once in a lifetime internship opportunities (e.g World Health Organization in Geneva, St. Mary's Hospital in Uganda). Paying it forward!
Giving back to Engineering at University of Toronto. We thankful for the education given to myself, my husband, daughter and son.
After a wonderful, stimulating 4 years in Honours English, VIC76, and then a B.Ed at OISE, I enjoyed a 35 year teaching career at TDSB. Chase your dreams! I was able to thanks to U of T.
I am happily employed thanks to Toronto.
University of Toronto gave my father, a new immigrant from China, opportunities that were passed on to my 3 siblings and me. UT symbolizes what Canada is all about - helping people achieve potential.
To encourage the spirit and responsibility of giving in my grandchildren (9) I ask them to choose a charity for Christmas. This year my eldest choose ' The UofT Research Fund for Excellence'
My four years at U of T were years of tremendous personal growth. My experience prepared me to venture out into the world, it pointed me in the direction of my career and gave me wonderful friends.
Teamwork makes the dream work :-)
Great Minds for a Great Future
Engineering at University of Toronto provided me with numerous opportunities in my career. I am deeply thankful for the education they have provided me.
U of T has given me an insider's view of the world
I graduated from UTM in 1975 - Modern Languages and I started traveling the world. I never looked back- except in gratitude and in awe of the institution that taught me how to navigate the world.....
U of T Engineering - Opened up a world of possibilities for me! - From Toronto to Silicon Valley and Beyond
I am grateful to have received excellent education at U of T that allowed me to succeed
I made great friends.
My father worked at U of T. My daughter studies at U of T. I have always dreamed of going to U of T. A degree from U of T is on my "bucket list" - I hope to achieve it one day. Dare to dream!
I loved attending u of t. I registered through woodsworth college as a mature student. I am the first person in my family to get a university degree. My daughter is due to graduate u of t in dec.
Attending U of T was one of the greatest experiences of my life. I had great professors and learned about fascinating issues. Living in Toronto, one of the greatest cities in the world, was a plus!
Quite simply - it has served as evidence of my academic integrity.
Ann Sorenson taught me to love statistics, which made possible my career success. She wrote more than one letter of recommendation on my behalf. I am indebted to Ann, and she is sorely missed.
Congratulations, Rivi Frankle, on your AFP Lifetime Recognition award! Thank you for your exemplary leadership in university advancement.
My Great Uncle, W.F. Annis was a third year Trinity student when he was killed in 1918. I wore his spurs while in the RCMP briefly and graduated from U of T in 1996
Dr. Andre Gombay immeasurably improved my undergraduate experience at the philosophy department. His curiosity and quiet encouragement made him an inspiration for grad school. Andre will be missed.
U of T made possible for me and my husband to become qualified in our profession, showed that they care for us as individuals above all.
Thanks for a wonderful night...
U of T didn't inspire me; Bill Macrae taught me courage in extreme adversity
I have enjoyed six years of Later Life Learning lectures and hope to continue for many more.
God blessed me with a group of lifelong friends in Varsity Christian Fellowship while at UofT (9T5 Pharmacy, Dept Otolaryngology 2004). Thanks for training me to care for others!
Great memories from my years at St. Michael's College playing football under Lex Byrd.
Participating in the assorted classes in Ed Admin offered intrinsic insights into modern, progressive instructional methods and enlightened approaches to implementation strategies.
I serve my patients with passion and pride thanks to the wonderful training that I received at U of T.
U of T offered admission to MBA (1990) and the start of my life in Canada. Decades later, forever grateful, now in the US I reflect how U of T opened doors and broke ceilings.
In loving memory of an exceptional human being, great professor, and loyal friend. Words will never be enough to describe all that you were, and still are. Thank you, Prof. Womack.
U of T opened my eyes and showed me the world.
Engineering has been an excellent foundation for life.
This campus has some tiny, fiery corners that offer shelter to misfits while casting new light on things we think we know. This small donation is for every participant in that life-saving enterprise.
I value very much the education experiences I had at U of T. Hence, I sent all my kids to U of T as well : two have already graduated and the youngest one is on his way.
Go Varsity Blues !
Studying at U of T was a turning point for me 20 years ago. Really appreciated for all the experience I had at U of T.
U of T helped me to understand engineering and people.
The University of Toronto helped me to become a researcher and professor, so I can pass on my knowledge, skills and abilities to other students.