Winter at St. George campus

Future Students

The University of Toronto is a global leader in research and teaching. We provide diverse and extensive areas of study organized around smaller, intimate learning communities. That is what creates an exceptional learning environment for our students. Come and customize your education at U of T. Following graduation, join a network of over 500,000 accomplished alumni around the world.

First Year Foundations

Looking for an exceptional first-year program? Jump in and stimulate your brain with The One programs designed for smaller group learning experiences.

Dynamic student life

At U of T you can choose from 1000+ diverse organizations and student groups, whether you’re interested in athletic teams, arts and culture, academic associations and community involvement.

“At the Pan Am Games I swam the 200m butterfly. To see a bunch of my teammates there all wearing their U of T gear and cheering me on is something very special.”

Team Canada and former Varsity Blues swimmer, recent alumnus

Photo by Sandy Nicholson


Federal budget earmarks $50 million for teaching digital literacy: U of T engineering offers several coding programs for youth in the city

The 2017 federal budget earmarks $50 million over two years for teaching initiatives in coding and digital literacy across the country. The funds could help coding workshops for youth in the city that are organized by U of T's  Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering.

Aimed at providing both students and teachers with new tools to integrate programming, robotics and digital literacy into their classrooms, these workshops reach hundreds each year.

New health humanities minor at U of T Scarborough

Students at U of T Scarborough now have a new program they can consider – a minor in health humanities – which will be the first of its kind in Canada. This interdisciplinary field explores health, illness and disability through the arts and humanities.

community garden

U of T Scarborough explores how urban agriculture intersects with social justice

As Toronto continues to grow, urban agriculture may play a more significant role for people seeking alternative sources of nutritious and affordable food, U of T researcher Colleen Hammelman says.  

Hammelman has examined urban agriculture in such cities as Medellín, Colombia, and Washington, D.C. She explored the role of urban agriculture in the GTA and social justice at a one-day conference organized at U of T Scarborough this month. 


“The cool thing about the aerospace program at U of T is that it is off campus. It was like a small community in itself, where you have the opportunity to interact with a very diverse group of people studying diverse initiatives.”

Natalie Panek

Masters of Applied Science (MASC) 2009, Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, Aerospace Science & Engineering


The college system

All students within the Faculty of Arts & Science on the downtown Toronto (St. George) campus are affiliated with one of seven colleges. These colleges have deep roots in the history of the University of Toronto; the college system dates back to the earliest days of the university and remains one of its distinctive features. The colleges are a home base for their students and provide the advantages of a closer-knit community experience within a large research university.