Campus Life

St. George Campus

Students walk on St. George campus.

The St. George campus is an eclectic mix of century-old architecture and modern design gems — from the Romanesque University College and Collegiate Gothic-revival Hart House of the late 19th and early 20th centuries to the Terrence Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research, which opened in 2005. Our Medical Sciences Building is in the midst of a $40 million upgrade project, which includes modernization of our anatomy teaching labs. With world-class teaching and research hospitals at our doorstep, our campus also wraps around the open green spaces of Queen’s Park and Canada’s largest museum, the Royal Ontario Museum, and is just blocks away from the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO).

Mississauga Campus

Students walk toward the Terrence Donnelly Health Sciences Complex.

Pursue top academic opportunities in an intimate, hands-on learning environment at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM). Award-winning facilities border 225 acres of protected greenbelt land in Mississauga, Canada’s sixth-largest city. UTM provides an urban university experience within a stunning natural setting.

Built to house the Mississauga Academy of Medicine, the Terrence Donnelly Health Sciences Complex (HSC) spans 64,000 square feet over four floors and is fully accessible. The building features state of the art lecture theatres and tutorial rooms that are fully equipped with video conferencing technology to allow for seamless transmission of content between UTM and the St. George Campus. Other features include a newly renovated anatomy lab and an interactive student lounge and terrace which overlooks campus.St. George Mississauga Map

Student Life – Beyond Academics

Every year we welcome 259 Canadian students and up to 10 international students into our program. Our student community is diverse in its composition, with a wide-range of academic experiences and cultural backgrounds. Our students bond quickly as they live and study in an inclusive and motivating environment.

Adding to our community’s vibrancy is the variety of non-academic opportunities our students have established. Sports, student government, arts, social justice, medical interest groups, religious and cultural clubs — there’s something here for everyone.

U of T’s Medical Society (MedSoc) — our student government — liaises with many of the non-academic groups here on campus. Learn more about MedSoc and browse clubs and interest groups in Medicine and more broadly across U of T via ULife.

Students work on laptop computers in lounge.

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