University Policy on Official Correspondence with Students
The CHRM Program Office and other UofTdivisions use electronic message services/website as the main mechanism for delivering official correspondence/information to students. Official correspondence may include, but is not limited to, matters related to students’ participation in their academic programs, important information concerning University and program scheduling, fees information, and other matters concerning the administration and governance of the University. Students are responsible for maintaining and advising the University, on the University’s student information system (ACORN), of a current and valid postal address as well as the address for a University-issued electronic mail account that meets a standard of service set by the Vice-President and Provost.
Failure to do so may result in a student missing important information and will not be considered an acceptable rationale for failing to receive official correspondence from the University.