St. George (Downtown) Campus Tours
The University of Toronto’s St. George campus is a historic institution, founded in 1827 as King’s College, predating the creation of Canada as a country. With a strong connection to the city, the campus has developed in tandem with Toronto, its communities and neighbourhoods, from the very beginning.
You can explore our beautiful campus in person or online, with a guide or independently, with a general campus tour or a specific divisional tour. We invite you to join us to learn more about life at the St. George campus and its surroundings in downtown Toronto.
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Looking for a tour of the St. George campus, departments, faculties or residences? Check out all the ways to explore the campus and what interests you from the list below.
In-person St. George campus walking tours focus on undergraduate opportunities and experiences and are perfect for prospective undergraduate students, University of Toronto applicants or students newly admitted to the U of T community, and your families and supporters. You’ll explore campus with a current student Tour Guide, seeing academic buildings, colleges and athletic facilities. Just click on the “register” button to get started!
- Starting Location: Nona Macdonald Visitors Centre, 25 King’s College Circle
- Tour Length: 2 hours
- Accessibility: If you require an accommodation during your tour, please contact us.
- Contact: email@example.com, 416-978-5000
School groups, community groups, and other organizations can request a special tour of the St. George campus for your students. Group tours are available on weekdays and typically offered at 10:00 a.m. or 1:30 p.m., depending on availability. Complete the group tour request form with at least two weeks’ notice prior to your group’s preferred tour date.
Families wishing to book a campus tour should register via the general campus tour button in the accordion above.
Student-Guided Virtual Tours
Join student Tour Guides for a virtual tour of the St. George campus. The guides will showcase key facilities and buildings and provide a glimpse into student life at U of T. They will also answer any questions you may have about campus life.
Self-Guided Virtual Tour
A virtual tour of the St. George campus is available for those who prefer to explore online. This tour allows you to visit various important facilities and buildings at your own pace and focus on the aspects that are most important to you.
Virtual Reality (VR) Tours
The University of Toronto offers two virtual reality experiences that can be viewed using a VR headset, mobile device, or web browser. These virtual reality tours allow you to explore the St. George campus in a fully immersive way.
See the department and faculty tours below for more virtual options.
St. George campus is home to five direct-entry academic faculties: Applied Science & Engineering; Arts & Science; Architecture, Landscape & Design; Kinesiology & Physical Education; and Music. It’s also home to a number of professional and second-entry faculties. Explore their specialized tours to learn about their unique offerings.
Daniels In-Person Tours
Book an in-person tour of the facilities at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape & Design. If you are unable to visit Daniels in person, please see the self-guided virtual Daniels tours here.
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Engineering In-Person Tours
Engineering in-person tours are perfect for prospective Engineering undergraduate students, applicants, or students newly admitted to the U of T Engineering community. This 45-minute tour is led by a current U of T Engineering student and will highlight some key locations, facilities, and the Engineering community on campus. There will be time to ask our students questions and find out first-hand about their experience at U of T.
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Kinesiology In-Person Tours
Imagine a place that applies a physical cultural, biophysical and behavioural lens to all aspects of movement, from overcoming injury and managing disease to health promotion and high-performance athletics. At the University of Toronto, kinesiology is all of this and so much more.
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Music In-Person Tours
The Faculty of Music offers tours of their academic space, performance space, library and student space.
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Rotman Commerce In-Person and Virtual Tours
Rotman Commerce, within the Faculty of Arts & Science, holds regular in-person tours and online webchats to give prospective students an opportunity to discover the campus and the programs at Rotman.
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All undergraduate students in the Arts & Sciences at the St. George campus are members of a college. Each college has a unique history and a variety of helpful resources available to students. These resources include academic advising, financial counselling, and countless social experiences. Whether you live on or off campus, you will have access to these core services.
Arts & Science Colleges Tours
Take a self-guided virtual tour of the 7 college communities within the Faculty of Arts & Science. The tour provides information on the distinct traditions, teams, history, and residence options of each college, helping you determine which one is the best fit for you.
Innis College Residence Tours
Join us for a comprehensive tour of Innis’ apartment-style residence and check out all that they have to offer to the friendly, tight-knit Innis community. A Residence Tour Guide (and current resident!) will be showing you around a typical suite, as well as some of the amenities, and share with you the benefits of living in residence. You will also be able to ask questions throughout the tour.
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St. Michael’s College Residence Tours
The St. Mike’s Residence is organized to help students to pursue their degrees in a friendly, supportive, and inclusive environment. The residence operation accommodates 568 students within five buildings ranging from older Victorian-style homes to larger, more modern structures.
During your tour you will visit a room from each residence building along with the dining hall – a general overview of the campus grounds will be provided. Tour guides welcome any questions regarding residence life. They are very knowledgeable about the SMC community and normally draw on their personal experiences here.
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St. Michael’s College Campus Tour
You are invited to visit St. Michael’s College for a campus tour on Friday afternoons at 3:30pm. Explore SMC’s 11-acre urban oasis while learning about the services and resources that are offered at the college. A residence room will also be featured. The tour is approximately 30 minutes in length and is hosted by the Office of the Registrar and Student Services.
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Trinity College In-Person Tours
An in-person community tour is a great way to see all that Trinity College has to offer, regardless of whether or not you are planning on living in residence. During the tour, you will also be able to connect with the Office of the Dean of Students (Student Life, Residence Life) and the Office of the Registrar (academics, course, program, and admission). You’ll see all Trinity buildings, including two residence rooms.
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Trinity College Virtual Tours
Online Trinity college tours are hosted live by a current Trinity College student. A pre-recorded video series highlighting the college community is also available.
Victoria College In-Person Tours
Book an in-person tour of Victoria College! Tours are led by current Victoria College students and are approximately 45-60 minutes long. Your tour guide will take you into two residence buildings (single and double rooms), the dining hall and Victoria College student centre. You will learn about our campus life, student services and academic programs offered here at Vic!
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