University College at the University of Toronto

As the oldest and largest of Canada’s universities, the University of Toronto offers a tradition of excellence and diversity of opportunity that is unmatched. Students are exposed to a broad range of academic, athletic, cultural and social opportunities that is second to none.

The Faculty of Law is located on the east side of the University of Toronto's main (St. George) campus and is close to all amenities. It fronts on Queen's Park, a peaceful and well-treed green space in the heart of the city. Directly behind the faculty runs Philosopher's Walk, providing students with a relaxing location to read or stroll. Just across the street to the south is Hart House, the recreational and cultural centre of campus, and one of the many examples of outstanding collegiate gothic architecture at U of T. Hart House contains a cafeteria and restaurant, athletic facilities and a pool, as well as an abundance of quiet study space. The Bookstore and the Athletic Centre are a short walk away from the law school, as is Robarts Library, the fifth largest university library in North America.