Athletic Centre

All U of T students receive with their tuition payment automatic athletics membership to this modern complex, located about 10 minutes’ walk from the law school. The Athletic Centre includes:

  • swimming pools, lockers and saunas
  • squash, badminton, and tennis courts
  • weight-training and fitness-testing facilities
  • gymnasia and an indoor track 
  • multi-purpose courts for basketball, tennis and other activities
  • a variety of fitness and lifestyle classes

Furthermore, the faculty of Physical Education and Health offers programs for full- and part-time students, undergraduate and graduate, through four sections: Fitness, Instruction, Intercollegiate, and Recreation.

For more information, visit the Athletic Centre website.

The University of Toronto has also developed the university's stadium into an athletic facility for students. Visit the Varsity Centre website for more information.

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Campus Map

The University of Toronto has developed a layered map for the downtown campus that includes not only buildings, but also accessibility information, bike racks, food services, student lounges, washrooms, wireless and other information. 

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Hart House

Hart HouseHart House is the cultural, athletic and recreational meeting place on campus and is open to all University of Toronto students every day of the year. All current students receive a Hart House membership when they pay their tuition. It offers a wide range of features and programs, including:

  • the Justina M. Barnicke Art Gallery, 
  • photographic darkrooms, concerts, library evenings and monthly debates 
  • club activities from chess to yoga. 
  • overnight trips to the Hart House farm in the Caledon Hills
  • recreational and athletic facilities include an indoor track, gyms, squash courts, swimming pool, weight room and locker rooms
  • fitness programs to provide testing, consultation; fitness classes
  • a full range of food services including cafeteria style, fast food and upscale dining facilities

For further details, visit the Hart House Web site.

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Centre for International Experience (C.I.E.)

CIE promotes and supports international education and offers services, programs, and facilities for international students, students with international and/or intercultural interests, and students looking for education and work opportunities abroad.

Located on the St. George campus, the CIE welcomes all students to use its lounges and meeting rooms on a casual basis to relax, study, have lunch or meet with friends.

Specific programs and services offered at CIE include:

  • advice and assistance on immigration and health insurance concerns, US visa service
  • a newsletter, cross cultural programs, personal counseling, a buddy program, trips
  • work/study abroad information for Canadians wishing to go abroad.

For more details, visit the Centre for International Experience Web site.

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Office of Student Affairs


The Office of Student Affairs is dedicated to building community among 50,000-plus students who have chosen to study at the University of Toronto. The Office takes a lead role in ensuring that U of T graduates are educated in the broadest sense of the term and offers a number of programs and activities that encourage participation and help make the student experience a positive one.

This department offers a full list of campus organizations and societies, plus resources for a student's health and well-being.

Visit the Office of Student Affairs Web site.

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University Ombudsperson

As part of the University’s commitment to ensuring the rights of individuals, the Ombudsperson investigates complaints from any member of the University not handled through regular University channels.

The Ombudsperson offers advice and assistance and can recommend changes in academic or administrative procedures where this seems justified. The Ombudsperson is independent of all administrative structures of the University and is accountable only to Governing Council.

In handling a complaint, the Ombudsperson has access to all relevant files and information and to all appropriate University officials. The Ombudsperson handles all matters in strict confidence, unless the individual involved approves otherwise.

For more information, visit the University Ombudsperson Web site.

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University of Toronto Parking Services

Parking on campus is limited. Please keep in mind that the law school is steps away from the Museum subway station. Otherwise, University of Toronto Parking Services provides three options for surface and underground parking for eligible students:

  • an unreserved surface space 
  • an unreserved space in a parking garage 
  • a reserved campus space

For further details, visit the University of Toronto Parking Services Web site.

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