University of Toronto
As Canada’s largest academic institution, the University of Toronto, established in 1829, hosts more than 600 undergraduate programs, 168 graduate programs, and 42 professional programs. Recognized on an international scale, the research-intensive U of T has an enrolment of more than 70,000 at three campuses and is affiliated with leading research hospitals both in Toronto and across Ontario.
The University of Toronto offers many different housing options across its St. George campus including Residence, Student Family Housing, and off-campus housing.
Information on how to apply for residence can be found on the Housing Services website. The residences that tend to house second-entry students are Chestnut Residence, Graduate House, Loretto College Women’s Residence, St. Michael’s College Residence and Victoria University Residence. You must login to MyRes in order to indicate an interest in residence and rank your choices
Student Family Housing:
Priority is given to student families for tenancy. The term “family” refers to students residing with their dependent children and to childless couples in a permanent relationship for a minimum of twelve months. For more information, visit www.studentfamilyhousing.utoronto.ca
Throughout the year, Housing Services maintains a registry of available rental accommodation in Toronto. You may access the off-campus listings or Roommate Finder service using your UTORid.
For further information, please contact:
Koffler Student Services Centre
214 College Street, Room 203
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5T 2Z9
U of T offers three athletic facilities:
The Athletics Centre houses:
- several gymnasia
- an Olympic-sized pool
- an indoor track
- basketball courts
- tennis courts
- a golf cage
- extensive cardio and weight-training equipment
Drop-in recreation classes include:
- step class
- pick-up basketball, soccer, and volleyball
Intramural sports at U of T involve more than 10,000 students each year, as one of the largest intramural programs in Canada. For more information about Athletics and Recreation at U of T, visit UT Athletics.
There is no shortage of services at U of T designed to make life easier for students. The Office of Student Life organizes several health and support offices:
- Health Service
- Student Housing Service
- Counseling and Psychological Services
- Career Centre
- First Nations House
- Family Care Office
- International Student Centre
- Accessibility Services
- Academic Success Centre
- Multi-faith Centre
For more information about the programs offered within these offices, visit U of T Student Life.
Furthermore, MRS students receive confidential help and support from the Office of Student Affairs, Faculty of Medicine.
The Michener Institute
The Michener Institute also offers a number of student services, including: