Beliefs are a big part of who we are and how we learn, and while U of T is a secular institution, we respect everyone’s right to worship. U of T Law is happy to support the spiritual well-being of law students, staff and faculty in the following ways.

- Academic accommodations address deferring exams and missing classes for religious holidays.

- Onsite quiet activity/multi-faith space for worship and reflection. The quiet activity space is in Flavelle House and can be found by taking the elevator to the basement and turning left. Adjacent washrooms provide a place for ablutions. For fob access to the washrooms or for more information about the quiet space please contact Student Programs Coordinator: 

- The Indigenous Law Students Association office is a space where students meet and perform ceremonies. It is outfitted with an HVAC system to enable proper ventilation during ceremonies. The ILSA office is located in Jackman Hall, P324. If you have questions about the ILSA office, please contact the Manager, Indigenous Initiatives,

- In addition to the law school, students are welcome to worship in designated spaces located across the St. George campus, including at the Multi-Faith Centre. The Centre keeps a comprehensive list of those spaces.