See for yourself.
By taking a campus tour you will experience U of T from the perspective of current students. Your student guide will share insider experience while giving you a tour of the buildings in which you might study or live. You are encouraged to ask them any questions you may have while you’re visiting campus. These tours are a great way to get a sense of what it is like to be a student here.
U of T St. George Campus Tours
U of T St. George campus tours give an overview of student life in the heart of downtown Toronto. Walk the hallowed halls of our academic buildings, the modern and historic colleges and a myriad of special places and spaces. To take a tour, visit the U of T St. George tour website or call the Student Recruitment office at the Nona Macdonald Visitors Centre at 416-978-5000.
Looking for more than a general campus tour?
Check out our Campus Tour PLUS program at the St. George campus
On select Thursdays and Fridays from October 22 to December 4, 2015 we will be offering special tours and information sessions for students. During these special tours you will get to:
- Tour our iconic St. George campus
- Join an information session or learning experience in your area of interest
- Interact with staff who will answer any questions you may have
U of T Mississauga Campus Tours
Join a campus ambassador on a walking tour of U of T Mississauga to view the state-of-the-art facilities and green spaces. Take the opportunity to ask your ambassador questions about student life on campus and our residences. Deer sightings, although not guaranteed, are a frequent occurrence! To take a tour, visit the UTM tour website or call the Recruitment & Admissions office at 905-828-5400.
U of T Scarborough Campus Tours
Current students will guide you around the U of T Scarborough Student Centre, talk to you about campus life and Co-op experiences, discuss the best transit routes or tell the tales of homegrown movie legends. Book your tour by contacting Admissions & Student Recruitment by phone at 416-287-7529 or by visiting the UTSC tour website.
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