About the Campuses
At the University of Toronto you’ll find a network of leading research and academic excellence. You can earn your University of Toronto degree at any of our three campuses, which span the Greater Toronto Area. Each campus offers a wealth of opportunities across multiple disciplines.
To the west, the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) combines advanced research with an intimate academic experience. The University of Toronto’s St. George campus features diverse college communities within Toronto’s vibrant downtown core. And to the east, the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) leads community-engaged research, hands-on learning and co-op programs both locally and internationally.
Discover the University of Toronto’s Campuses
Pursue top academic opportunities within an intimate, hands-on learning environment at the University of Toronto Mississauga. Award-winning facilities border 225 acres of protected greenbelt land in Mississauga – Canada’s sixth-largest city. UTM provides an urban university experience, within a stunning natural setting.
Students work side-by-side internationally renowned faculty on leading research, from studying interactive and immersive digital media at the Institute of Communication, Culture, Information and Technology, or innovative biotechnology at the Institute for Management & Innovation, to crime scene investigation in the Forensic Science program. You can choose from 145 programs in 88 areas of study, participate in research and do an internship at a Fortune 500 company. Let off steam at the Recreation, Athletic and Wellness Centre, with its double gym, eight-lane pool, squash courts, track and weight rooms. Or take in some culture at an on-campus art exhibit or the campus theatre.
St. George (Downtown) Campus
The University of Toronto’s St. George campus is the intellectual and architectural heart of downtown Toronto. Students learn from top global academic leaders in fields as diverse as music, law, engineering, medicine, political science and literature. They also collaborate with Toronto’s leading industrial, institutional and non-profit organizations.
The St. George campus is an eclectic mix of century-old architecture and modern design gems – from the Norman Romanesque University College and Gothic Revival Hart House of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, to the award-winning suspended lecture hall pods and soaring glass atrium of the Leslie L. Dan Pharmacy Building and the stunning asymmetry of the new Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport. The campus features the open green spaces of Queen’s Park at its core, wraps around the Royal Ontario Museum, and is just blocks away from the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO).
Offering a rich, urban university experience, St. George’s undergraduate faculties and the Faculty of Arts and Science’s unique college system give students an intimate home base, fostering community and social engagement within the country’s top research university.
A hub for research and experiential learning, including the home of U of T Co-Op, the University of Toronto Scarborough connects students with their academic studies in innovative ways. From community-focused learning, to international development co-op, you can build a creative approach to your university career.
Join world-renowned researchers investigating topics as diverse as the molecular mechanisms of Parkinson’s disease, workforce inequalities in Bangalore, or the impacts of climate change on soil fertility.
Located in one of the country’s most multi-cultural neighbourhoods, UTSC brings students in contact with a vibrant cultural scene, and allows them to collaborate with a variety of major industries in the area, including the national broadcasting company CTV, a major hospital, and more. Home to the Toronto Pan-Am Sports Centre, UTSC attracts students who are both physically and socially active. Scarborough also has some of the best natural beauty in the GTA – the campus is close to Lake Ontario, the dramatic Scarborough Bluffs, and the scenic hiking trails of Rouge Park.