There is a variety of accommodation available both on and off campus for single and married students enrolled at the Faculty of Law. Housing options include the university residences, independent residences, student family housing and off-campus housing.

Demand for residence is very high and law students are advised to apply for residence as soon as possible. 

Graduate House

Graduate House

Visit the Graduate House Web site for all information about the residence, including its exact location, types of accommodation, amenities, fees and the application process.

The University of Toronto has allocated 26 rooms in the new Graduate House residence for full-time first-year single students registered in the law school. The residence is located on the west side of the St. George Campus, a 10-minute walk to any point on the campus. 

Priority for rooms in the Graduate House is given to first-year students from outside southern Ontario whose opportunities to locate suitable housing in Toronto prior to September was limited. Within this priority, preference is given to students who have shown financial need. 

University of Toronto Student Housing Services

This university department administers admissions to all on-campus residences. Information about University of Toronto’s Housing Services is enclosed with admissions material. Specifically, this information describes: 

  • the undergraduate residences on campus which accept applications from law students (be advised that space in residence cannot be assured, as priority is given to undergraduate students)  
  • the University's family housing apartments  
  • independent residences located near the law school  
  • other off-campus housing  summer and temporary housing  

For more information, visit the University of Toronto Student Housing Services Web site. The Housing Service now includes a registry of off-campus housing.