Where to eat, study and gather at U of T

Whether you are returning to campus, coming for the first time, or have been regularly on site, this list of resources will help you navigate campus.

A sandwich board at UTM with the words "Thank you," with people sitting on outdoor tables in the background.
 

U of T maps

Need help navigating campus? Discover U of T with our helpful interactive map. Start by selecting your campus below — on mobile, select the "campus" button to your bottom right. On desktop, use the yellow buttons at the top of the map. 

For a guided journey through each campus, check out UTM’s virtual tour, tours of the St. George campus and a tour of UTSC

 

Where to eat on campus

Where to eat on the UTM campus

From on-the-go options to pubs, UTM has a number of places to fuel up. Visit UTM's Hospitality and Ancillary Services for up-to-date info on restaurant hours and availability. Catering for conference, business or social events is available via Conference and Event Services.

 

Where to eat on the St. George campus

Pasta. Curries. Coffee. Use the map below to find your next lunch spot — or get in touch with St. George's Food Services for more information. Full-service campus catering is also available via St. George Catering and Hart House.

 

Where to eat on the UTSC campus

Scarborough is a culinary hotspot. But if you're looking for food close to campus, this map has you covered — as will UTSC's guide on where to eat. Conference, meeting and event support is available via Retail and Conference Services.

Libraries, study spaces and computers

Libraries and study spaces on the UTM campus

See the map below for library locations at UTM.

 

Libraries and study spaces on the St. George campus

See the map below for library locations on the St. George campus.

 

Libraries and study spaces on the UTSC campus

See the map below for the UTSC Library's location.