- The U of T Scarborough Student Centre.
- The King's College Road entrance to U of T St. George.
- Green space outside the CCT building at U of T Mississauga.
- Convocation ceremonies at U of T St. George.
Three distinct experiences at one university.
The University of Toronto has three campuses: U of T St. George in downtown Toronto, U of T Mississauga to the west, and U of T Scarborough to the east. The campuses have a combined reputation for attracting top faculty and students, producing groundbreaking research and graduating leaders who make a difference in the world. When making a choice among the three, students consider each campus in terms of courses and programs offered as well as size, location, character and community.
U of T Mississauga is a student-centered undergraduate and graduate research community within Canada’s sixth largest city, Mississauga. The campus balances urban opportunities with a park-like campus, providing a unique environment for learning and discovery. The size provides students with all the benefits of a U of T education with the rewards of studying on an intimate campus.
U of T St. George in downtown Toronto offers a quintessential urban university experience. Founded in 1827, the campus is home to seven colleges, fifteen faculties and the School of Graduate Studies. U of T St George has an exciting, international community of students and scholars engaged in a broad range of academic pursuits.
U of T Scarborough is a close-knit academic community that fosters learning through experience. The campus maintains strong ties to the businesses and community organizations across the Greater Toronto Area and beyond, creating opportunities unique to its students. The Scarborough campus is in the heart of a multicultural neighbourhood bordered by three hundred acres of beautiful parkland.
Explore each campus in further detail through the next sections of the site.