Can I Change My UOFT Email?

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The University of Toronto provides a UOFT Email account for all students, faculty, and staff. UOFT Email is the official means of communication for the University and offers a number of features that are helpful for staying organized and connected. This article will provide an overview of UOFT Email and how to best utilize its features.


UOFT Email is a web-based email service that can be accessed from any computer with an internet connection. UOFT Email offers a number of features that are helpful for students, faculty, and staff. These features include:

  • A calendar to keep track of events and deadlines
  • A contacts list to stay in touch with classmates and colleagues
  • The ability to create and manage tasks
  • The ability to set up email forwarding to another account

UOFT Email is the official means of communication for the University of Toronto. All students, faculty, and staff are expected to check their UOFT Email account regularly for important announcements and information. UOFT Email is also used by many University departments and offices to communicate with students, faculty, and staff.

To get started using UOFT Email, visit the UOFT Email website and log in with your UTORid. For more information about UOFT Email, including how to set up email forwarding and how to use the calendar and contacts features, consult the UOFT Email Help Centre.

Yes, you can change your UOFT email. However, you can only change the firstname part of your email address.

How Do I Change My Name At U Of T?

To change your name at the University of Toronto, you must fill out and submit the Change of Name or Gender Request Form to your Registrar’s Office. You are not required to provide legal documentation in order to change your name. However, if you wold like to change your gender on your academic records, you must provide supporting documentation from a qualified medical professional.

How Do I Change My Name On Acorn UOFT?

To change your name on Acorn, you need to go to From there, type in your preferred first name and select the “Save Display First Name” button.

How Do I Contact University Of Toronto?

The University of Toronto can be contacted in a variety of ways. The main switchboard is located at 416-978-2011 and can direct callers to the appropriate department or individual. There is also a snow line at 416-978-7669 for weather-related inquiries.

How Do I Get My U Of T Email?

UTmail+ is the email service offered to students, staff, and faculty of the University of Toronto. It can be accessed throuh, or through Outlook or other email clients. Your UTORid and password are required to log in.

How Do I Get My UTORid?

To get your UTORid, go to and follow the First Time Users ‘activate your UTORid’ link. Enter your JOINid + Secret Activation Key, set up your UTmail+ email address*, set up your UTORid password reset and account management options, and then provide a detailed and educational answer for the question: How do I get my UTORid?

*UTmail+ is the University of Toronto’s email service. It provides you with a email address and access to a number of features, including 50GB of storage space.

How Do I Change My Name On My U Of T Email?

To change your name on your U of T email, you will need to login to and follow the prompts.

How Do I Change My UTORid?

To change your UTORid password, go to UTORid Management and click on Change your Password under Password and Account Management. Enter in your UTORid and password, then click on Authenticate. Enter your new password twice, then click on Submit the modification request.

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