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There's Life Outside the Classroom
An abundance of sports, theatre, music, academic
conferences, and student groups contribute to a vibrant campus life. And the
city offers over 1,000 festivals every year, cutting-edge architecture, an
amazing array of parks, and world-class cuisine from any
country—all of it accessible by the transit system’s network of
subways, buses and streetcars.
Whatever campus you're at, staying in shape is fun
Campus Groups: What Are You Doing After Class?
Ulife has all the information you need to get involved in the hundreds of clubs and activities running on all three campuses. So, what are you doing after class?
Grad Room provides a bright, naturally lit, accessible lounge space with
comfortable seating and wireless Internet connection for graduate students to interact socially and to study. It also features
multi-purpose space for academic, social, and professional graduate student
programming. Located at 66 Harbord Street on the St. George campus, the Grad
Room is open Monday to Friday, from 10 am to 6 pm.
Gradlife connects you to the graduate community through events, newsletters, the Gradlife blog, online resources, and social media highlighting upcoming seminars, workshops, and social events designed to provide support and community, build your portfolio, and develop skills.
Forget your thesis for a night and escape! Grad Escapes offers discounted tickets to social, cultural, and recreational events in Toronto for grad students. From opera to baseball, from musical theatre to historic tours, there's something for everyone.
Grad Talks offer a variety of learning sessions for graduate students to enhance learning and build skills. All sessions are held at the Grad Room at 66 Harbord Street.
The Graduate Students' Union at U of T represents over 11,000 students
studying in over 70 departments. For many years this union has advocated for
increased student representation, funding and provided services such as health
insurance, confidential advice and a voice for the graduate student body on the
various committees of the university.
Located on the St. George campus, Hart House offers
learning and activities for everyone: arts, food, fitness, social justice,
lectures, workshops, event booking, culture, and more.
Programs & Services
Student Life offers a range of programs and services to
support your learning, health and well-being, personal needs and professional
development and to foster a sense of community on campus.
Teaching Assistants' Training Program
A variety of courses and training programs will help you improve your teaching skills.