The University of Toronto spans three stunning campuses with state-of-the-art facilities, classrooms, and labs. Owing to the decentralized nature of our departments, your program might be located in our historic St. George campus downtown Toronto, at the visually stunning U of T Mississauga campus, or at the U of T Scarborough campus, home to a world-renowned research hub.

St. George Campus

University College, St. George campus
University College, pictured here, is the founding college of the University of Toronto, established in 1853.

The historical heart of the University of Toronto, the St. George campus is located in the core of downtown Toronto, surrounded by easily discoverable neighbourhoods within walking distance of restaurants, museums, shops, services and much more.

University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM)

Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre and Library, University of Toronto Mississauga campus
The Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre & Library is located at the University of Toronto’s Mississauga campus. Opened in 2007, the library includes learning commons with workstations, lounge seating, group study rooms, staff work areas, and a technology centre.

Housing the Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre, a stunning $34-million library and information complex, the Mississauga campus is situated on 225 acres of protected greenbelt in the heart of Mississauga.

University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)

Science Research Building, University of Toronto Scarborough campus
The Science Research Building is the first of its kind on the University of Toronto Scarborough campus to be dedicated exclusively to fostering collaborative research activity. The three-storey building houses 16 laboratories, 16 faculty offices as well as work space for research assistants and 24 offices for graduates students and post doctoral fellows, meeting rooms, lounges and a 250-seat lecture theatre. The building was constructed as an addition to the existing Science Building and has a view over the Highland Creek Ravine.

The Scarborough campus offers a growing number of graduate programs including progressive research opportunities, and opportunities for community engagement. In 2015, UTSC’s new aquatics centre and field house served as a venue in the Pan Am/Para Pan American Games. Visit the UTSC website for details.