Community & Culture
- Students express themselves on the walls of Trinity College.
- Engineering's Lady Godiva Memorial Band on the U of T St. George campus.
- U of T aims to provide a safe space free of verbal and physical violence for everyone.
A merging of diverse backgrounds, expertise and interests.
The University of Toronto student body is culturally diverse, socially engaged and academically accomplished. Students come from near and far to pursue their interests. Inn residence, the dining halls, classrooms or during events, student communities thrive, creating a vibrancy on each campus.. From faculty to guest lecturers to students, each contributes to your education and you to theirs.
Frosh Week, drama productions, recreation leagues, cinema clubs and cheering for the Varsity Blues are just a few of the many ways that students create culture at U of T. There are literally thousands of ways to get to know people on campus, and the more you get involved the more enriched your university experience will become. At every turn you will find classmates debating social, political and economic issues and infusing what they learn in class with what they gain from sharing experiences outside the classroom.
Support is offered through various offices on the campuses including the Sexual and Gender Diversity Office, Anti-Racism and Cultural Diversity Office, accessibility services and the Status of Women Office. University of Toronto was also one of the first in Canada to join The Positive Space network.