The St. George campus of the University of Toronto is situated in downtown Toronto.
The address is:
Main Campus (Downtown Toronto):
27 King's College Circle
Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A1
On the St. George campus, Accessibility Services is the office to provide accessibility services for students. This office is the primary place to find out about all of your disability related needs.
For more information about accessibility and current initiatives to address issues of accessibility at any University of Toronto campus, please see the Accessibility Plan.
To access accommodations, students must provide the required documentation. The University of Toronto has detailed information about the documentation required for all disabilities: Registration Packages.
For more information about required documentation or how to obtain proof of your disability, contact St. George Campus's Accessibility Services directly.
Support Services Available
Health and Wellness at University of Toronto's St. George Campus offers students the same services as a family doctor’s office.
The University of Toronto offers Counselling and Psychological Services for any student who may be experiencing stressful events in their life.
The Academic Success Centre provides workshops for students to learn and improve on skills such as time management and notetaking needed for success at post-secondary. In addition, the University of Toronto also offers Math Aid Centres, a Writing Centre, and Tutorial Services to support their students in their academic studies.
Accessibility Services at the St. George Campus runs a Peer Mentoring Program for students with disabilities who will be matched with upper year students who demonstrate leadership and sensitivity skills to issues related to disabilities.
The University of Toronto St. George Campus offers different libraries for various faculties. The libraries at St. George Campus offers multiple resources for students including databases, journals, e-books, and e-videos. The libraries also provide services for students such as loan services, research help, and renew books services. The library delivers accessible resources and facilities for persons with disabilities.
The University of Toronto offers academic advising services through the Registrar’s Office, as well as by contacting academic advisors in each department or faculty.
Other Support Services
Scholarships, Bursaries, and Awards
University of Toronto offers a range of financial assistance which consists of merit-based scholarships, need-based bursaries, and awards based on academic achievement for each campus.
Residence and Housing
The University of Toronto St. George Campus’ Housing Office offers dormitory, apartment and shared housing style accommodations in co-ed and single gendered floors. Residence is guaranteed for all incoming first year students if they apply by the given deadline. Dormitory style accommodation consists of single and double occupancy rooms with communal washrooms. Apartment style accommodations consist of 4-6 private bedrooms with a shared washroom, shared kitchen and shared living space. All of the buildings include the following amenities:
- Common lounge
- Study spaces
- Access to a front desk
- Laundry facilities
All traditional and apartment units in residence come furnished and include internet access, local telephone services. Residence rates vary depending on building and room selection. Meal plans are mandatory for most residences and operate on a meal based and flex dining dollar system. Several different styles of meal plan are available.
To receive special accommodations in residence for disabilities or other needs, students must indicate their requests during the residence application process.
Shared housing is affiliated with U of T, but operates on individual policies and is run through partnering services. Student Family Housing is also available for graduate/second entry students with families.
The University of Toronto offers a housing and roommate finder service as well as tips on tenant issues and dealing with landlords through their Off-Campus Housing Offices.
University of Toronto offers maps and locations for each campus.
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is comprised of subways, buses, and streetcars. A discounted Post-Secondary Student Monthly Metro Pass is available for purchase for full-time students at the University of Toronto. Schedules and maps are provided for each of the TTC transit options.
The TTC offers accessible services on both their buses and subways. Accessible services on buses include kneeling features, ramps, lifts, automated next stop announcements, wheel chair and scooter positions, and priority seating. The subways provide accessible services such as wheel chair positions and priority seating. There are elevators at half of the subway stations, with the goal of the remaining stations to be accessible by 2025.
The TTC offers the Support Person Assistance Card which allows users of the transit system who require a support person to have this person travel with them at no additional cost. Persons interested in the support program must fill out the application form.
Wheel-Trans is a service that provides door-to-door accessible transit service for persons with physical disabilities. The TTC has established eligibility guidelines for the use of Wheel-Trans. Persons seeking to use Wheel-Trans must participate in an in-person interview.
University of Toronto offers more than 700 undergraduate programs. Information about the academic programs and educational opportunities at the University of Toronto is available on their website.
455 Spadina Avenue, 4th Floor, Suite 400
Located at 214 College Street, 2nd Floor
Counselling and Psychological Services
Located at 214 College Street, 2nd Floor
214 College Street, Room 150