2021–22 INTERNATIONAL VIEWBOOK2020 Times Higher EducationWorld University Rankings1STfuture.utoronto.cain Canada18THin the 9 Times Higher EducationGlobal University EmployabilityRankingsTOP 15worldwide in alumniemployabilityReuters’ annual ranking of100 most innovative universities1STin Canada27THin the world2021–22 INTERNATIONAL VIEWBOOK1 University,3 Campuses.St. GeorgeMississaugaScarborough

THIS WAYTO SUCCESS.Epic snowball fight onKing’s College CircleTABLE OF CONTENTS24 8 10 12 14 16 26 36 42 48 Canada’s Flagship UniversityThe Greater Toronto AreaAny Industry, AnywhereResearch OpportunitiesFrom Daydream to Dream JobGlobal LearningStudent LifeU of T St. GeorgeU of T MississaugaU of T ScarboroughApplication ProcessAll content accurate at time of printing.We invite you to visit us online for our latest updates.TRADITIONAL LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTWe wish to acknowledge this land on which theUniversity of Toronto operates. For thousandsof years it has been the traditional land of theHuron-Wendat, the Seneca, and most recently,the Mississaugas of the Credit River.Today, this meeting place is still the home to manyIndigenous people from across Turtle Island andwe are grateful to have the opportunity to workon this land.Students enjoy the warm weatherout on the patio at University ofToronto ScarboroughPowWow at the Goldring Centrefor High Performance Sport

CANADA’SFLAGSHIPUNIVERSITY50%of our first-year studentscome from householdswith annual incomes ofless than 50,000The University of Toronto iscommitted to enhancingaccess and equity across allof our campuses. We strive torecruit students who reflectCanada’s diversity and canstrengthen our communitywith a breadth of viewpointsand lived experiences.Students choose from 700 programs whiletapping into a 600,000-strong alumni networkspanning 160 countries.Every student enjoys access to worldwide industry partnerships, cutting-edgelabs and studios, and research collaborators who will become lifelong friends. Aninnovation powerhouse that attracts 1.3 billion in research funding each year, and acaring community that nurtures every newcomer, U of T has something for everyone.Orientation Week#1 university in CanadaMAKE YOUR MARK(2020 Times Higher Education World University Rankings,2020 U.S. News & World Report Best Global Universities rankings)#1 school in North America for numberof research-based startups(Association of University Technology Managers)#1 most innovative university in Canada(Reuters’ 2019 World’s Most Innovative Universities)Home to100 academic departmentsacross three campuses#1 engineering school in Canada 368Bgenerated by U of T alumnithrough their companies andnonprofits (in USD)3.7Mjobs created throughcompanies and nonprofitsfounded by U of T alumni190,000companies and nonprofitsfounded by U of T alumni(2020 Times Higher Education World University Rankings)Graduate EnterpriseInternship programWHERE IN THE WORLDfrom20,000 160 international students2countries and regions30%of our first-year students arecitizens of countries otherthan Canada300 graduate research andprofessional programs

THE GREATERTORONTO AREAAerial view of St. George campusand downtownTorontoAt The Crossroads of Imagination and ImpactThere is no better place for the enterprising student thanthe University of Toronto: a research and development hotbedthat contributes 15.7 billion a year to Canadian prosperity.Not only are our faculty members renowned the world over as industry visionaries, our campusesare just steps away from Bay Street’s movers and shakers, and a stone’s throw from the commercialheartlands of the Golden Horseshoe. Best of all, at Canada’s top university—routinely ranked #1 forfunding, innovation, and research output—students can collaborate with friends and mentors in anyfield to build solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges.Anchored by the Toronto Stock Exchange, the world’s largest exchange for energy firms, and afinancial district that headquarters Canada’s five main banks, the GTA is an economic powerhousethat nurtures unmatched talent in everything from cybersecurity to food security, and is acclaimedfor its network of 15,000 technology firms—the famed southern Ontario “digital corridor.”YOUR CAREER LAUNCHPADMajor industries in the GTA include: aerospace, biotechnology, design,healthcare, financial services, fashion, and film.60 Fortune 500 companiesare headquarteredin Mississauga49GTA hospitals are fullyaffiliated with U of T —Canada’s largesthealthcare network3RDlargest design industryin North America5

The GTA’s many neighbourhoods are where the world comesto learn, laugh, build bridges, and celebrate diversity.Savour subtropical snacks in summertime markets, drink in fall foliage on a woodland hike, andenjoy a holiday show or three in December. We’ve got maple syrup festivals and indie film festivals,not to mention boardwalks, beaches, and buskerfests, complete with live music for every season andevery mood. Home to world-class museums and art galleries, the nation’s most influential mediapersonalities, and the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)—second only to Cannes in prestige—the GTA is a magnet for colour, flavour, and friendship.SPRINGHigh Park, TorontoSUMMERPort Credit, MississaugaBE ENTERTAINED7major leaguesports teams90 performingarts theatres500 live music venuesUnsplash photo by @ ryanPARKLIFEAverage temperature:8 C / 46 FThings to do: Toronto Comic Arts Festival, CherryBlossoms at High Park, Cherry Blossoms at Kariya Park,Doors Open OntarioFALLAverage temperature:Things to do: Luminato, CNE, FanExpo, Taste of theDanforth, Pride Toronto, Caribbean Carnival,Scarborough Night Market, Guild Festival Theatre,Mississauga Waterfront Festival, Canadian Music WeekWINTERRouge NationalUrban Park,ScarboroughWinter Station installation,TorontoAverage temperature:Average temperature:10 C / 50 FThings to do: TIFF, Word on the Street, Nuit Blanche,Toronto Watefront Marathon, One of a Kind Show30022 C / 72 F-4 C / 25 FThings to do: Winterlicious, free outdoor ice skatingacross the GTA, Winter Stations, Toronto Light Festivalacres of parkland surroundthe Scarborough campusWalking trailin ScarboroughHOME TO ALL180 Deer at theMississauga campus225acres of greenbelt land surroundthe Mississauga campusFood truck atU of T Scarboroughlanguages anddialects spoken8,000 dining establishments67

UTSC’s annualHire Power ConferenceTAKING THE LEAD25%of our alumni havefounded a company20%3D printing personal protective equipmentat the John H. Daniels Faculty of ArchitectureSee what U of T alumni in every field are doing:of our alumni sit onnonprofit TRAJECTORIESANY INDUSTRY,ANYWHERE.13,000 employers actively recruit fromU of T’s student body each year8University of Toronto alumni can be found working and innovating at multinationalfirms and organizations that are household names, including: Google, NVIDIA,TD Securities, the Toronto Blue Jays, the Royal Ontario Museum, Qualcomm,Microsoft, BMW, and Amnesty International.8,000 6,00018,000 one-to-one appointments with in-house career educatorseach year, where students can hone their interview skills andhave their grad school applications and resumés critiqued.students are placed in volunteer roles throughout theworld each year.students have taken courses with a communityengagement component in the past decade.9

RESEARCHOPPORTUNITIESEver wonder what it’s like to uncover artifacts that haven’t seendaylight in centuries, or observe international trade negotiations?Wonder no more. Our unique Research Opportunity Programs(ROPs), Research Excursion Programs (REPs), InternationalCourse Modules (ICMs), Co-op programs, learning abroadnetworks, field schools, and independent study courses weredesigned for students just like you.Get your hands dirty. Get published. Put your skills to work in the world’s biodiversity hotspots,or team up with security researchers right here on campus to safeguard democracy on the internet.Explore the steppes of Central Asia in your junior year, then help devise microfluidic tests for emergingviral threats in your senior year. Your degree is yours to customize.RESEARCH AND INNOVATION 1.3Bin competitive researchfunding secured each yearTOP 5in the world for research output200 courses across our three campusesin which undergraduate studentshave a direct hand in faculty andindustry researchHaliburton Forest and Wildlife Reserveresearch.utoronto.caI’ve been at SickKids research institute for the pasttwo years working on exploring ion channelsimplicated in childhood brain cancers. We found anion channel that’s associated with medulloblastoma(the most common malignant childhood brain tumor)and when we remove it, survival increases and thetumour size decreases. Specifically, we think it’sassociated with cancer stem cells, which give rise tothe bulk of the tumor, which could serve as a newcancer therapy target. This was super interesting tome because I came to university wanting to studystem cells (after being sold from a StemCellTalksToronto event I went to at U of T when I was in highschool). Cancer stem cells are something I neverlearned about in classes so it’s been amazing learningabout an entirely new field, within an area I’ve alwaysbeen interested in.— Miranda, Faculty of Arts & ScienceStem cell project at Toronto’s SickKids HospitalCulinaria Research Institute at U of T Scarborough1011

FROMDAYDREAM TODREAM JOBAt the University of Toronto—the birthplace of stem cell research,insulin therapy, multi-touch input screens, and seminal ideas incritical media theory—students nurture their ingenuity withthe help of 200 industry mentors and 11 business acceleratorsand incubators.Hatchery Demo Dayfor student-led startupsDID YOU KNOW?U of T has an Innovations& Partnerships Office(IPO) dedicated tohelping students,research trainees, andother collaborators accessindustry partnerships,commercializationopportunities, andentrepreneur networks.Win seed capital, office space, equipment access, and expert guidance with funding applications,prototyping, and IP protection. Our longstanding partnerships with MaRS Innovation and othernonprofit research consortia across the region offer unparalleled networking advantages—and ourCareer Educators can help you hone your pitch.START A STARTUP180 entrepreneurship coursesare offered across our threecampuses, attracting nearly11,000 registrantsFUEL YOUR BIG IDEAS11incubators and acceleratorsacross all three campuses.Each offers mentorship,hands-on guidance, and abuilt-in professional network toundergraduate and graduatecreators and innovatorsAll entrepreneurship resources at U of T are open to students from all three campuses,no matter what program or year you’re in: entrepreneurs.utoronto.ca12500 7,000700 startups were founded by the U of T researchgroups in the past decade, which have raiseda combined 1 billion in investmentfaculty members and 18,000 graduate studentsand postdoctoral fellows across multipledisciplines who can help you launch your ideainventions, 200 patent applications, and150 licenses granted every five years—andrapidly risingOur True Blue Fund ( 5M) was created in 2019 to support student efund13

GLOBALLEARNING 1.5Min bursaries and grantsavailable each year to fosterstudents’ outbound learningand overseas researchThrough co-op placements, paid internships, learning abroadoptions in 160 institutions, field schools, international coursemodules, and research opportunity programs, you’ll makeindustry contacts—and lifelong friends—and tackle pressingchallenges like climate change, quantum cryptography, financialderivatives, and homelessness.An Earth Sciences studentlearns hands-on geology ona field trip to New ZealandStudy the history of German cinema in Berlin, the rise and fall of Bronze Age powers on theAnatolian plateau, and marine ecosystems in the South Pacific. The University of Toronto iscommitted to engaging at least 30% of our students with a global experience.You learn so much from beingabroad that goes beyond theclassroom. It’s like throwingyourself into the deep end,and while there is a periodwhere you feel lost, you endup feeling like you have asecond home at the end of it.It was the greatest experienceof my university career.— Nitika, U of T Finance andEconomics student andparticipant in the 2017Waseda UniversityExchange ProgramSTUDY ABROAD4,500 71%students take part in alearning abroad opportunityeach yearof students who studiedabroad agreed that theirexperience abroad hadinfluenced their choice ofcareer path after returning87%of students reportedhaving more openness todifferent ways of thinkingStudents can now work towards a Global Scholar designation by taking a curated set of courses offeredby their program or faculty. When those courses are completed, students will receive a certificate and a“Global Scholar” notation on their transcript. Students can also work towards a “Global Citizen” designationthat will appear on their co-curricular record (CCR) by getting involved in programs and activities thatdevelop three competencies: global perspective and engagement, inclusivity and equity, and communityand civic engagement.Learn more about these unique transcript sityField courses are a great way to enrich your degreeand expand your horizons1415

STUDENTLIFE16Students in the courtyard ofthe Munk School of GlobalAffairs and Public Policy17

Dance rehearsalat U of T ScarboroughRISETO ANYCHALLENGEThere are thousands of things to be passionateabout at the University of Toronto.Our clubs, committees, and civic groups reflect the pluralism of Canadiansociety and the full spectrum of talent across our student community. Try yourhand at chess, debate, archery, or calligraphy. Hone your cooking skills, or yourcoding skills, and learn how to tend a beehive, aquarium, or investmentportfolio. Advance a cause you care about. Learn a second language, or a fifth.18Archery classTheatreperformance ofThe ResistableRise of Arturio UiPride and trans flag raisingJust a few of the 1,000 student clubs, councils,and committees thatU of T headquarters:ulife.utoronto.caAerospace TeamInvestment ClubBlack Students’ AssociationJudo ClubDebating ClubLGBTOUTDrama CoalitionModel United NationsEngineers Without BordersPeace, Conflict and Justice SocietyGospel ChoirScience for PeaceGreen Chemistry InitiativeSki and Snowboard ClubIndigenous Students AssociationYour Mind Matters19

WE’RE HEREFOR YOUMeet with a Learning Strategist, an International TransitionAdvisor, a Campus Chaplain, an Elder-in-Residence atour First Nations House, or a nurse, doctor, or counsellorat Health & Wellness. Connect with our Sexual & GenderDiversity Office, our Community Safety Office, or ourFamily Care ortNot all learning takes place in the classroom, and not everyonelearns in the same way. Finding the best way to balance school,work, home, and health can be daunting! We get that life iscomplicated, and we’re here to help.Graduation receptionat Hart HouseThere are 60 alumni and peer mentor programs acrossour three campuses, including groups for mature students,Black and Indigenous students, First Generation students,and students with family responsibilities.U of T’s Sexual & Gender Diversity Office is the oldest(20 years) of its kind at any postsecondary institution inCanada. Our annual Queer Orientation is a huge draw formany students and our campuses are home to 20 studentgroups for queer and trans undergraduate students. U of T’sHealth & Wellness clinics have a Trans Healthcare Team,whose services are open to students from all three campuses.Multi-Faith CentreHart House offers classes in everything from filmmakingand financial literacy to improv and life drawing? No matterwhich campus or college you call home, you’re automaticallya member of Hart House when you join U of’VE GOT YOUR BACK1,500 180 multi-faith events heldon campus each year20health and wellness events5,000 students registered withtri-campus AccessibilityServices teams are advisedand assisted each yearTherapy dogs help studentsunwind before exams21

Women’s Varsity Bluesbasketball practiceSPORT & RECREATIONINTRAMURALSDrop into any of our state-of-the-art facilities to enjoythe largest range of classes, events, and club sports at anyCanadian university.Intramural sports are open to all students and offervarying levels of competition through leagues,tournaments, and special events. Make friends whilemaking game-winning shots!Classes include aquatics, aerial circus silks, ballet, fencing,parkour, squash, kendo, swimming, diving, lifeguarding,strength and conditioning, and USDEVELOPMENT LEAGUEThe Tri-Campus Development League is open to all studentsand represents the highest level of sport competition outsideof the Varsity program. Participants from three campusesdevelop sport skills with the help of coaches and play incompetitive games with registered officials.POETRYIN MOTIONDevelopment Leaguewomen’s soccerVARSITY BLUESWhether you’re a national all-star or the neighbourhood MVP,your future teammates need you! With men’s and women’s VarsityBlues teams across 24 sports, and an 11,000-strong intramuralcommunity, athletics is a major part of life for our students.Last year, U of T’s teams racked up a dozen intercollegiate championships in baseball, badminton,fencing, figure skating, golf, mountain biking, water polo, and more. But you don’t have to be anathlete to join up and join in. No matter your skill level, there’s a class for Tri-Campus Development League is a great way for students to comeout and try out for sports they have a passion for. As someone who is notfrom this province, it’s been great to meet different people with differentinterests, who share the same passion for sport as Blues swimmerThe Varsity Blues program provides competitive sportopportunities at the provincial and national level foroutstanding student-athletes. The program is the largestintercollegiate program in Canada, with 42 teams across 24sports, and 840 student athletes across all three eballGolfSwimmingBasketballHockeyTennisCross CountryLacrosseTrack & FieldCurlingMountain BikingVolleyballFastpitchNordic SkiingWater PoloFencingRowingWrestlingField HockeyRugbyFigure SkatingSoccer— Jessica, third-year Forensic Science student at U of T Mississauga2223

3 CAMPUSES1 UNIVERSITYUnique in North America,our tri-campus systemmakes it easy for students tolearn, network, and innovatein Canada’s economicheartland, just steps fromsome of the world’s mostdiverse neighbourhoods.Map ofOntario1 hr1 hrYou can apply to one admission categoryper academic division. Outlined just ahead,our seven first-entry academic divisions areU of T Mississauga, U of T Scarborough,plus five faculties on U of T St. George: Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture,Landscape & Design Faculty of Arts & Science Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education Faculty of MusicOnce you’re a registered student, you’llbe able to personalize your degree withmajors, minors, specialists, and certificates.For our complete program listings, checkout the bulletin at the back of this book.Photos:Mississauga – Recreation, Athletics,and Wellness CentreSt. George – Students walking byUniversity CollegeScarborough – Rooftop garden harvest24UNIVERSITY OF TORONTOMISSISSAUGA (UTM)UNIVERSITY OF TORONTOST. GEORGE (UTSG)UNIVERSITY OF TORONTOSCARBOROUGH (UTSC)Located on the banks of the Credit River,near scenic greenspaces and hundreds ofmajor biotechnology firms.Home to ivy-laced courtyards and celebrated programsin Engineering, Music, Architectural & Visual Studies,Kinesiology & Physical Education, and more.A global leader in community-engaged research,offering Co-op Programs in 80 fields.Explore the UTM campus on page36.Learn more about the UTSG campus and itsfive faculties on page 26.See what the UTSC campus has to offer on page 42.25

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U OF TST. GEORGESpring convocation800 student organizationsAt the heart of downtown Toronto, one of the world’s most diverse anddynamic cities, the St. George campus offers countless co-curricularactivities.Just beyond the campus are the many neighbourhoods, industries,and open-air celebrations that make Toronto the world’s meetingplace. From the Toronto Caribbean Carnival, North by Northeast,Taste of Asia, and Nuit Blanche—an annual dusk-till-dawn art festival—to national sporting events at our Varsity Centre’s state-of-the-artfacilities, U of T St. George is rich with journeys, stories, and startingpoints for every newcomer.Check out living and dining options for each St. George residence , or flip to the handy bulletin tuckedin the back of this book.DID YOU KNOW?12M languages are taught in theFaculty of Arts & ScienceJust getting to be in classes thatI really enjoy is so satisfying. MyIntroduction to Psychology profis amazing. Beginning to end, it’slike being in a TEDTalk each week.— Aparajita, Double-Major inPsychology and Statistics, Facultyof Arts & Science; originally fromWindsor, Ontariobooks are availableat the Robarts Library2829

Faculty ofJohn H. Daniels Faculty [email protected]@uoftdanielsAPPLIED SCIENCE &ENGINEERINGARCHITECTURE,LANDSCAPE & DESIGNAn engineering student works in theprototyping facilities in the Myhal Centre forEngineering Innovation & EntrepreneurshipOur fabrication lab featuresstate-of-the-art technologiesU of T Engineering’s culture ofinnovation is infectious. In myclasses, extracurriculars and inmy research, every student andprofessor I meet is looking to pushthe boundaries of technology andimprove the world in some way.ADMISSION CATEGORIESChemical Engineering— Molly, fourth-year EngineeringScience studentCivil EngineeringComputer EngineeringElectrical EngineeringEngineering ScienceIndustrial EngineeringMaterials EngineeringMechanical EngineeringMineral EngineeringTrackOne(Undeclared Engineering)30Customization is a big part of the U of T Engineering experience. You cancombine any of our top-ranked academic programs with a range of leadership,entrepreneurship, extracurricular and career-building opportunities—including 21engineering minors and certificates, and our Professional Experience Year Co-opProgram.Whether you plan to work in industry, start your own business or pursuefurther studies, you will graduate equipped with strong technical fundamentals,professional confidence, and the global perspective to address complex challenges.Our community is known for being especially supportive, diverse, and closely knit.We’re proud of being one of the oldest and finest engineering schools in Canada,and we look forward to introducing you to our longstanding traditions.ADMISSION CATEGORIESArchitectural StudiesWhether you aspire to be an urban planner, a filmmaker, a UX/UI designer,an art critic, or something we can’t yet imagine, our programs in ArchitecturalStudies and Visual Studies will immerse you in the living laboratory of downtownToronto—where from day one you’ll be mentored by leading lights in buildingscience, landscape architecture, public policy, curation, and sustainable energy.Visual Studies31

Faculty ofARTS & [email protected] of the Environment students getting theirhands dirty in Trinity College’s rooftop gardenFaculty of Arts & ScienceOUR COLLEGE SYSTEMINNIS COLLEGE, 1964NEW COLLEGE, 1962# of students: 2,063# of residence spaces: 326# of students: 5,363# of residence spaces: 880Fun fact: Alumni went on to create the hit TV showsGossip Girl and Degrassi.Big ticket: Cheering on the New Dragons — two-timedragon boat world champions in the Under-24 MICHAEL’S COLLEGE, 1852TRINITY COLLEGE, 1851# of students: 5,000# of residence spaces: 552# of students: 1,800# of residence spaces: 475Can’t miss it: An urban oasis spanning more than 12 acres.Big ticket: The Nifflers, U of T’s Quidditch team, practiceon Trinity’s back COLLEGE, 1853VICTORIA COLLEGE, 1836# of students: 5,000# of residence spaces: 720# of students: 3,421# of residence spaces: 802Big ticket: Fireball, the largest dance at U of T,commemorating the rebirth of the college after adevastating fire in 1890.Hot spot: Caffiends, the student-run fair-trade café SciencesRotman CommerceLife SciencesPhysical &Mathematical SciencesComputer Science32For a close-knit classroom environment, explore our First Year Foundationprograms, including 100 first-year seminars with under 25 students each.Every Arts & Science student on the St. George campus is a member of acollege with a distinct history and a rich array of resources. Whether you liveon or off campus, you’ll have access to academic advising tailored to your needsand countless social experiences—everything from semi-formals to food tours.All colleges offer core services like financial counselling and writing centres, andeach also has its own heritage and traditions. Find the right fit for COLLEGE, 1974# of students: 4,932# of residence spaces: 370Big ticket: Free Pancake Wednesdays in Kruger THE7

Faculty ofKINESIOLOGY &PHYSICAL [email protected] [email protected] student ambassadorslead each year’s orientationand welcome activitiesHands-on learning drives everypart of our curriculum.I love the size of our faculty becausewith it being so small it lets youbecome part of a great community(or KINmunity to be cheesy), and itfeels great to feel part of somethinglike this. You get to know most ofthe people in your year and many ofthe other years as well and it makesfor an amazing environment,especially when you get to placeslike the Benson student loungewhere you see all four years hangingout together and just helping eachother out.A degree in Music fosters criticalthinking, discipline, and teamwork.Our alumni have gone on to scorefilms, pioneer new technologies,and pack stadiums. Music studentstake part in a total of 600 concertsand recitals each year. From EarlyMusic, to Jazz, to African Drummingand Dancing, to Japanese TaikoDrumming, we bring the diversityof Canada into the classroom.Auditions/interviews are heldin February. Learn CATEGORIES— Ruqayyah, third-year BKin studentArtist DiplomaCompositionADMISSION CATEGORIESKinesiology andPhysical Education34With the emerging consensus that physical activity is central to preventingillness and optimizing health, there is more demand than ever for professionals inkinesiology and physical education. Our BKin students thrive in careers spanningthe biophysical, psychological, physical, and cultural, including exercise physiology,psychology of injury and rehabilitation, ethical issues and biomechanics.The U of T Jazz program has given me many opportunitiesto play in professional settings, allowing me to gain realindustry experience while still in school. Many of myacademic performances have led to professionalperformance opportunities in the city.— Ben, Bachelor of Music Performance, 2018Comprehensive Studies(Classical or Jazz)History, Culture, and TheoryMusic Education(Classical or Jazz)Performance (Classical or Jazz)35

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U OF TMISSISSAUGA180 90 program optionsareas of studyAs Canada’s sixth-largest city, Mississauga provides an urbanexperience within a stunning natural setting. Enjoy world-classlearning in an intimate, hands-on setting at U of T Mississauga,where 15,000 students and 160 student clubs collaborate andlearn in award-winning green facilities, surrounded by 225 acresof protected greenbelt land.DID YOU KNOW?60 tune 500 companies areheadquartered in Mississauga 1.6Bannual contribution to theeconomy of Peel RegionStudents hanging out onthe Five-Minute Walk3839

MISSISSAUGACAMPUSLIVING ONCAMPUSLife at U of T Mississauga is a bespoke experience. Grab yourself a fair trade coffee before class—just one of the perks of studying at the first Silver Fair Trade Campus in Canada. Breathe in somefresh air and enjoy a walking tour through the scenery on a Wellness Route, or rent a bicycle forfree from BikeShare. Once it’s time to settle in, head to the library to take out some researchmaterial—and a board game for break time with friends. You’ll soon discover how study sessions,gaming sessions, and late-night heart-to-hearts can be one and the same.UTM’s Department of Student Housing and Residence Life is your team away from home.We foster academic success and personal growth by maintaining safe, nurturing facilities anda rich array of co-curricular residence programs at a competitive price. We offer the most diverserange of housing options within the University of Toronto with more than 1,500 single and doublespaces in traditional-style rooms, apartments, and townhouses. Learn what it’s like to live at UTM,and view floor plans and meal plans, CATEGORIESI love UTM, it’s so cozy and nature-y. I love the

(2020 Times Higher Education World University Rankings, 2020 U.S. News & World Report Best Global Universities rankings) #1 engineering school in Canada (2020 Times Higher Education World University Rankings) CANADA’S FLAGSHIP UNIVERSITY generated by U of T alumni through their com