By submitting data to and using the services of the Web-based Graduate
Admissions system, you agree to the following:
You agree to read the corresponding Guides in the "Online Help" section
of the system, before proceeding to use the system.
If you are an applicant seeking admission, you agree to be responsible
for the correctness and accuracy of all the information you have provided
in your application, and use every caution to ensure that such information
that you will submit or have submitted in the system corresponds to its
official sources, such as original transcripts available from the
university. You agree to be responsible for the authenticity of the
contact information of all your referees, and do not engage in activities
leading to fraudulent evaluation results and/or the letters of reference
from the referees.
You perform all the tasks in this system manually, and do not use automated
services and software to use the services and links throughout this web
site. You do not use any mechanisms or tools to circumvent security and
access control protections to obtain unauthorized access to any data,
information, documents or services in this system. You do not engage or
participate in the use of automated robots to abuse the system of new
account registration. You do not engage or participate in any Denial of
Service attacks with the purpose of interfering with normal operations of
The system keeps extensive logistics of normal activities, including your
IP address. If you are found to have violated this Acceptable Use Policy,
at any time, either in the process of making admission decisions or after
the decisions are made, you will be deemed unacceptable to the University
of Toronto, and actions will be taken to reject your application, withdraw
the offer of admission that may have been sent to you, or expel you from the
graduate program if you have already enrolled in such a program at the
University of Toronto.
If you do not agree to this Acceptable Use Policy, you are advised not to
proceed to use the system further.
Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Toronto