St. George Campus

The St. George campus offers residence at each of the seven colleges, Chestnut Residence, Graduate House, or Student Family Housing. The more contemporary colleges feature updated residences, while the oldest colleges have more history. Each residence has its own intramural teams, events, governance, clubs and dining options. Each residence also has its own eligibility rules – some are open to all students, and others are open only to those studying in a certain academic program.

There is a residence option to suit any need, including accessibility. Check out each residence for details.

Student reading in residence room

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Chestnut Residence For Architecture, Arts & Science, Engineering, Kinesiology & Physical Education, Music, Graduate & Second-entry* students
Graduate House Available to graduate and second-entry students only
Innis College For Architecture, Arts & Science, and Engineering students
Loretto College For women students in Arts & Science, Architecture, Engineering, Kinesiology & Physical Education, and Music
New College For Architecture, Arts & Science, Engineering, Kinesiology & Physical Education, and Music students
St. Michael's College For Architecture, Arts & Science, Engineering, Kinesiology & Physical Education, and Music students
Student family housing For second entry, graduate and undergraduate students with families
Trinity College For Architecture, Arts & Science, Engineering, Kinesiology & Physical Education, and Music students
University College For Architecture, Arts & Science, Engineering, Kinesiology & Physical Education, and Music students
Victoria University For Architecture, Arts & Science, Engineering, Kinesiology & Physical Education, and Music students
Woodsworth College For Arts & Science students only

Chestnut Residence

Eligibility

Chestnut Residence is open to the following students:

  • Architecture
  • Arts & Science
  • Engineering
  • Kinesiology & Physical Education
  • Music
  • Graduate & Second-entry*

*First-year and upper-year undergraduates will be considered priority before graduate offers can be made. Graduate students will be housed on undergraduate floors. 

Cost range

Cost range (2017-18): $15,631.60 - $18,348.60  (meal plan included)

Location/contact

89 Chestnut St.

416-585-3160

chestnut.residence@utoronto.ca

www.chestnut.utoronto.ca

Move-in dates

Fall 2017: September 3

Winter 2018: January 2

Summer stays

Yes – see the Summer Housing web page for details.

Accessibility

  • Low to medium lighting in carpeted corridors and stairwells
  • Natural lighting in residence room, supplemented by artificial
  • Adjustable air-conditioning and heat in each room
  • Main entrance provides wheelchair access
  • Elevator access to all resident floors
  • 4 rooms designated as providing wheelchair access
  • Self-serve dining hall provides wheelchair access

 

Features

  • 15-minute walk to and from campus and steps to the Eaton Centre
  • Located south of Dundas St. & University Ave., and close to the TTC
  • Traditional dormitory-style residence with large double and single rooms
  • Double rooms are available for first-year students, and single rooms for upper-year students
  • 445 double occupancy single-gender rooms; 242 single rooms for upper-year students
  • Single-gender and gender-inclusive floors, and themed floor communities
  • All rooms have an ensuite washroom and weekly cleaning service
  • Students are permitted to bring in a mini-fridge
  • Laundry facilities accessed by elevator
  • Microwave on every residential floor
  • 27th floor student lounge with panoramic city views
  • Residence programming and events
  • 22 senior student dons – 2 on-call each night 8 p.m. – 8 a.m.
  • Student Life embedded advisors
  • Security on duty 24 hrs., 7 days a week
  • Award-winning chef and option of three meal plans (meal plan is mandatory) 

Graduate House

Eligibility

Graduate House is open to graduate and second-entry students only.

Cost range

Cost range (2017-18): $771 - $1,127/month  (no meal plan)

Location/contact

60 Harbord St.

416-946-8881

information.gradhouse@utoronto.ca

gradhouse.utoronto.ca

Move-in dates

Fall 2017: September 1 and ongoing thorughout the year

Summer stays

Yes – the Summer Housing web page for details.

Accessibility

  • Main entrance provides wheelchair access
  • Low to medium lighting in corridors and stairwells
  • Natural lighting in residence room, supplemented by artificial
  • Adjustable air-conditioning and heat in each suite
  • Elevator access to all 9 floors
  • 2 rooms designated as providing wheelchair access, with accessible roll-in showers in the suite

 

Features

  • Shared-apartment-style residence
  • Single, premium single, and double rooms in 3-, 4-, and 5-person same-gender apartment suites
  • Each suite shares 2 to 3 washrooms (with at least one tub/shower), a full kitchen, and a furnished living area
  • Month-to-month rental
  • Does not have a meal plan. However, meal plans can be purchased elsewhere on campus
  • Residence programming includes social events, excursions, an extensive intramural sports program, a special program for international residents, and much more
  • Steps away from the Athletic Centre  
  • Located at Harbord St. and Spadina Ave., on campus and close to the TTC
  • Entry Assistants on duty until midnight, 7 days/week
  • 10 double occupancy single-gender rooms; 394 single rooms and 13 premium single rooms
  • 6 Residence Advisors; 1 on call after hours
  • Laundry facilities accessed by elevator
  • Drink and snack machines on Courtyard level

Innis College

Eligibility

Innis College residence is open to the following students:

  • Architecture
  • Arts & Science
  • Engineering

Cost range

Cost range (2017-18): $9,233 (no meal plan)

Location/contact

111 St. George St.

416-978-2512

residence.innis@utoronto.ca
www.innisresidence.utoronto.ca

Move-in dates

Fall 2017: September 3

Winter 2018: January 3

Summer stays

Yes – the Summer Housing web page for details.

Accessibility

  • Elevator access to all floors
  • 16 rooms with wheelchair access (4 accessible without physical barriers, 12 accessible with some barriers)
  • 93 of 101 bathrooms have tub/shower combination, 8 have wheelchair accessible showers

 

Features

  • Gender-inclusive, shared-apartment-style residence 
  • Single rooms in 4- and 5-person same-gender apartment suites
  • Each suite shares 1 1/2 to 2 washrooms, a full kitchen, and a furnished living area 
  • Does not have a meal plan; however, meal plans can be purchased elsewhere on campus 
  • Residence programming includes potluck dinners, workshops on stress management, self-defence classes, yoga, cooking and much more
  • Steps to Robarts Library
  • Main/alternate entrance provides wheelchair access
  • Porter on duty 24 hours
  • Fluorescent lighting in all corridors and stairwells
  • Natural light from large windows and bright overhead lighting in bedrooms
  • Men and women housed in same-gender apartments on gender-inclusive floors
  • All bedrooms are single occupancy
  • Air-conditioning throughout
  • All apartment suites have full kitchen facilities
  • Ensuite bathroom in all apartment suites (1 bathroom in 4-person suites, 2 bathrooms in 5-person suites)
  • Residence rooms have enough space for a mini-fridge
  • 2 graduate dons and 6 undergraduate dons live in the building

Loretto College

Eligibility

Loretto College residence is open to women (students) in the following areas of study:

  • Arts & Science
  • Architecture
  • Engineering
  • Kinesiology & Physical Education
  • Music

Cost range

Cost range (2017-18): $12,061 - $12,622 (meal plan included)

Location/contact

70 St. Mary St.

416-925-2833

loretto.college@utoronto.ca

http://stmikes.utoronto.ca/loretto/

Move-in dates 

Fall 2017: TBD

Winter 2018: TBD

Summer stays

Yes – see the Summer Housing web page for details.

Accessibility

  • Main entrance has stairs
  • Elevator access to all floors
  • Low to medium lighting in carpeted corridors and stairwells
  • Natural lighting in residence room, supplemented by artificial
  • Air-conditioning throughout

 

Features

  • All-women, dormitory-style residence
  • Double rooms are available for first-year students, and single rooms for senior students
  • “All you care to eat” meal plan 
  • Residence programming includes Big and Little Sister mentorship, fusion talent nights, spa nights, formal dinners, and much more 
  • Located on the east side of campus, steps to the Royal Ontario Museum and Yorkville neighbourhood
  • Located east of Queen’s Park, a short walk to the centre of campus and close to TTC
  • Porter on duty 24 hours
  • All 2 residential floors are women only, with restricted hours when men are allowed to visit
  • 40 beds in double rooms available, 57 single rooms
  • All double rooms have an ensuite washroom with tub/shower combination shared with adjacent double room (4 women per washroom)
  • Single rooms have a sink in the room, and access to shared washrooms
  • Self-serve dining hall located on main level provides compulsory meal plan
  • Vegetarian options available
  • Large, quiet study hall available
  • 6 student dons available, 3 on each floor
  • Laundry facilities accessed by elevator
  • Weekly cleaning services provided

New College

Eligibility

New College residences are open to the following students:

  • Architecture
  • Arts & Science
  • Engineering
  • Kinesiology & Physical Education
  • Music

Cost range

Cost range (2017-18): $10,965 - $14,720 (meal plan included)

Location/contact

40 Willcocks St.

416-978-8875

new.residence@utoronto.ca
www.newcollege.utoronto.ca/residence

Move-in dates

Fall 2017: September 3

Winter 2018: January 3

Summer stays

Yes – see the Summer Housing web page for details.

Accessibility

45 Willcocks

  • Ground-level entrance (at Willcocks and Spadina Ave.) accessed with key fob
  • Elevator access to all floors of building
  • Bright lighting in corridors and stairwells
  • Self-serve dining hall located in a separate building (across the street); those requiring a ramp must enter the dining hall from Wetmore Hall (1 block north)
  • Air-conditioning throughout

Wetmore Hall

  • Ground-level entrance accessed with key fob
  • Elevator access to all floors
  • Air-conditioning throughout

Wilson Hall

  • Elevator access to all floors
  • Wheelchair accessible computer lab
  • Air-conditioning throughout

 

Features

  • Gender-inclusive, dormitory-style residence
  • Single and double rooms in three residence halls
  • Over 50% of first-year students are housed in single rooms
  • Four women-only houses in Wilson Hall; one men-only house in 45 Willcocks
  • Six living learning communities (LLCs) based around specific areas of study or interest
  • Three meal plan options
  • Residents of all three residence halls dine together at the market-style Audrey Taylor Dining Room
  • Vegetarian and Halal options available
  • Residence programming includes talent shows, a music club, and workshops on stress management, healthy study habits, nutrition and much more
  • Located next to the Athletic Centre

45 Willcocks

  • Dormitory-style residence
  • 6 gender-inclusive floors
  • 1 floor for men
  • Residence rooms have enough space for a mini-fridge
  • 7 student dons available – 1 on each floor
  • Self-serve dining hall located across the street
  • Kitchenette facilities in the residence building
  • Microwave on each floor in common room
  • Air-conditioning throughout

Wetmore Hall

  • Dormitory-style residence
  • Residence rooms have enough space for a mini-fridge
  • Self-serve dining hall located in the building
  • Kitchenette facilities in the residence building
  • Microwave on each floor in common room

Wilson Hall

  • Dormitory-style residence
  • 4 women-only houses
  • Residence rooms have enough space for a mini-fridge
  • Self-serve dining hall located in building
  • Kitchenette facilities in the residence building
  • Microwave on each floor in common room

St. Michaels College

Eligibility

St. Michael’s College residence is open to the following students:

  • Architecture
  • Arts & Science
  • Engineering
  • Kinesiology & Physical Education
  • Music

Cost range

Cost range (2017-18): $12,673 - $14,400 (meal plan included)

Location/contact

81 St. Mary St.

416-926-1300 

smc.residence@utoronto.ca 

http://stmikes.utoronto.ca/smcresidence/​

Move-in dates

Fall 2017: September 2

Winter 2018: January 2

Summer stays

Yes – see the Summer Housing web page for details.

Accessibility

  • Main/alternate entrance provides wheelchair access to dormitory-style residences
  • Natural light in bedrooms
  • Elevator access to all floors in Elmsley Hall and Sorbara Hall, and Brennan Hall (dining hall and lounge)
  • No designated quiet floors
  • 3 rooms have wheelchair access
  • Accessible washrooms on 3 of 5 floors of Elmsley Hall and Sorbara Hall, and Brennan Hall (dining hall and student lounge)
  • Bathrooms have shower stalls, but no tubs
  • Wait-style and self-serve dining hall located in separate building with alternate ramp entrance

 

Features

  • Gender-inclusive, dormitory-style residence
  • Single and double rooms on same-gender floors in several residence buildings that vary from modern to historic
  • Limited number of rooms with ensuite washrooms
  • Residence programming includes talent nights, trivia contest, student council pubs, athletic competitions, and much more
  • Located on the east side of campus, steps from Queen’s Park and Historic Yonge Street
  • Located east of Queen’s Park, a short walk to the centre of campus and close to the TTC
  • Gender-inclusive buildings
  • Shared house-style accommodations available
  • Porter on duty 24/7
  • Shared washrooms on each floor are single-gender
  • Sink available in rooms in Sorbara Hall
  • Residence rooms have enough space for a mini-fridge
  • Room windows can be opened
  • Dons on each floor provide counselling, mediation, and emergency response
  • No kitchen facilities in the residence buildings
  • Microwave, snack machine, and drink machine available
  • Dining hall is open weekdays 7:30 a.m. – 9 p.m.; weekends 10:30 a.m. – 7p.m.
  • Vegetarian and Halal options available
  • Meal plan is mandatory
  • Bag lunches available

Student Family Housing

We offer monthly residence tours.  Upcoming dates are posted on our website – registration is required. 

Apply online for Student Family Housing!

Eligibility

Full-time students with families, including graduate, second-entry (professional faculties), or undergraduate may be eligible for Student Family Housing. We encourage you to apply online as soon as you consider attending U of T.

Cost range

Rates (2016-17):

  • Bachelor Apartment: $743/month
  • Standard 1 Bedroom: $921/month
  • Large 1 Bedroom: $936-$1,210/month
  • 2 Bedroom: $1,218/month
  • No meal plan

Location and contact information

35 Charles St. W.
416-978-8049
family.housing@utoronto.ca

studentfamilyhousing.utoronto.ca

Summer stays

Yes – we offer accommodations throughout the year.

Accessibility

  • Automatic door opener at front entrances for Residence, Admissions Offices, and the laundry rooms
  • Two apartments with automatic door openers, available upon request 
  • Laundry rooms are equipped with front loader washers and dryers for easy access

 

Features

  • 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom and private bachelor apartments available. All units are unfurnished, and are equipped with a private kitchen, bathroom, and balcony
  • Month-to-month rental
  • Available to full-time undergrad and graduate students residing with their dependent children and for childless couples in a permanent relationship
  • On-site child care centre with subsidized spaces, operated by George Brown College
  • Parent-child Drop-in Centre provides a friendly space for parents and their children (age five years and under) to meet and socialize
  • Children’s playground
  • Rooftop garden
  • Free Store, where residents can pick up donated used goods, including household items, clothing, toys and books
  • Recreation and activity rooms are available for private functions 
  • Extensive recreational and educational programming available for both adults and children, such as resource fairs, an annual garden party, Earth Hour, yoga classes, dance classes, field trips and much more
  • Located on the east side of campus, steps to Yonge Street, 5 minute walk to St. George campus

Trinity College

Eligibility

Trinity College residences are open to the following students:

  • Architecture
  • Arts & Science
  • Engineering
  • Kinesiology & Physical Education
  • Music

Cost range

Cost range (2017-18): $13,560 - $14,660 (meal plan included) 

Location/contact

44 Devonshire Pl.

416-978-3612
deanofstudents@trinity.utoronto.ca

www.trinity.utoronto.ca

Move-in dates

Fall 2017: September 3

Winter 2018: January 2

Summer stays

Yes – see the Summer Housing web page for details.

Accessibility

  • Low to medium lighting in corridors and stairwells
  • Natural lighting in residence room, supplemented by artificial

 

 

 

Features

  • Gender-inclusive, dormitory-style residence with same-gender floors
  • Single and double rooms
  • 60% of first-year students are housed in single rooms
  • “All you care to eat” meal plan  
  • Residents dress in academic gowns for weekday dinner at the Strachan dining hall
  • High-quality private outdoor playing field
  • Residence programming includes environmental committees, debate teams, the Trinity College Chapel Choir, a film club, and much more
  • Steps from the intimate Trinity College library and the Varsity Centre

St. Hilda’s Residence

  • Dormitory-style residence
  • Kitchens or kitchenettes located on every floor
  • Gender-inclusive residence with single-gender floors
  • Residence rooms are cleaned weekly
  • Academic dons are available to assist residents
  • Dining hall (breakfast only)

Trinity College Residence

  • Dormitory-style residence
  • Residence rooms are cleaned weekly
  • Academic dons are available to assist residents
  • Fitness centre in residence
  • Dining hall

University College

Eligibility

University College residences are open to the following students:

  • Architecture
  • Arts & Science
  • Engineering
  • Kinesiology & Physical Education
  • Music

Cost range

Cost range (2017-18): $12,069 - $13,276  (meal plan included)

Location/contact

15 King's College Circle

416-978-2530

uc.residence@utoronto.ca

www.uc.utoronto.ca/residence

Move-in dates

Fall 2017: September 3

Winter 2018: January 2

Summer stays

Yes – see the Summer Housing web page for details.

Accessibility

Sir Daniel Wilson

  • Main entrance accessed by 4 stairs up
  • Wheelchair access via ramp at entrance to McCaul House, with key access
  • Corridors and stairwells are brightly lit
  • Elevator access to all floors
  • 1 of 4 floors is designated as a quiet floor
  • Residence rooms are brightly lit
  • 1 accessible washroom in McCaul House

Whitney Hall

  • Main entrance accessed by 10 stairs
  • Elevator access to 4 of 4 floors
  • Corridors and stairwells are brightly lit
  • Ceiling fans in all rooms
  • 1 of 4 floors is designated as a quiet floor
  • Residence rooms are brightly lit

Morrison Hall

  • Main entrance and lobby wheelchair accessible with door openers
  • Elevator access to all 14 floors, elevators fully accessible (including Braille and voice announcements)
  • Corridors and stairwells brightly lit
  • 1 to 2 wheelchair accessible rooms on each floor
  • Air-conditioning throughout
  • Residence rooms are brightly lit
  • Washrooms are co-ed. Each floor has a fully accessible single-occupancy washroom with shower

Features

All UC residences:

  • Gender-inclusive, dormitory-style residence
  • Offers mostly single rooms in both modern and historic residence halls
  • Two meal plan options, which can be used at the Howard Ferguson Dining Hall and Reznikoff’s Café
  • Tight-knit and supportive house system with wide range of involvement opportunities
  • Wide variety of exciting social, academic and life skills programs developed by students as well as staff. UC also offers a residence mentorship program for first-years
  • Located in the heart of campus

Sir Daniel Wilson

  • Dormitory-style residence
  • Main entrance accessed by 4 stairs up
  • Porter on duty 24 hours
  • Wheelchair access via ramp at entrance to McCaul House, with key access
  • Corridors and stairwells are brightly lit
  • Elevator access to all floors
  • 4 of 4 floors are gender-inclusive
  • 1 of 4 floors is designated as a quiet floor
  • 195 of 200 rooms are single occupancy
  • 5 of 200 rooms are double occupancy
  • 6 dons provide counselling, mediation, emergency response, and programming
  • Residence rooms are brightly lit
  • Residence rooms have enough space for a mini-fridge
  • Windows can be opened
  • 18 out of 18 washrooms are gender-inclusive
  • 1 accessible washroom in McCaul House
  • Kitchen facilities, including a microwave and refrigerator/freezer, are located in the building
  • Dining hall is located in Morrison Hall (approx. 200m away)
  • Service is cafeteria-style
  • Dining hall is open weekdays from 7:30am to 3pm, 4pm-7:30pm; weekends 9am-3pm, 4pm-7pm
  • Vegetarian options always available
  • Food can be taken out of the dining hall
  • Café in Morrison Hall is open extended hours (11pm except Friday and Saturday)

Whitney Hall

  • Dormitory-style residence
  • Main entrance accessed by 10 stairs
  • Porter on duty 24 hours
  • Elevator access to 4 of 4 floors
  • Corridors and stairwells are brightly lit
  • Ceiling fans in all rooms
  • 4 of 4 floors are gender-inclusive
  • 1 of 4 floors is designated as a quiet floor
  • 155 of 198 rooms are single occupancy
  • 43 of 198 rooms are double occupancy
  • 8 dons provide counselling, mediation, referrals, and programming
  • Residence rooms are brightly lit
  • Residence rooms have enough space for a mini-fridge
  • Windows can be opened
  • 14 of 14 washrooms are gender-inclusive
  • Dining hall is located in Morrison Hall (approx. 50 m away)
  • Service is cafeteria-style
  • Dining hall is open weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 3pm, 4 p.m.-7:30 p.m.; weekends 9 a.m.-3 p.m., 4 p.m.-7 p.m.
  • Vegetarian options always available
  • Food can be taken out of the dining hall
  • Café in Morrison Hall is open extended hours (11pm except Friday and Saturday)
  • Kitchen facilities, including microwave and fridge/freezer are located in the building

Morrison Hall

  • Dormitory-style residence
  • Main entrance and lobby wheelchair accessible with door openers
  • Porter on duty 24 hours
  • Elevator access to all 14 floors, elevators fully accessible (including Braille and voice announcements)
  • Corridors and stairwells brightly lit
  • 14 of 14 floors are gender-inclusive
  • 267 of 267 rooms are single occupancy
  • 1 to 2 wheelchair accessible rooms on each floor
  • 8 dons provide counselling, mediation, referrals, and programming
  • Air-conditioning throughout
  • Residence rooms are brightly lit
  • Rooms have enough space for a mini-fridge
  • Windows can be opened
  • Washrooms are gender-inclusive. Each floor has a fully accessible single-occupancy washroom with shower.
  • Dining hall is accessed through lobby
  • Service is cafeteria-style
  • Dining hall is open weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., 4 p.m.-7:30 p.m.; weekends 9 a.m.-3pm, 4 p.m. -7 p.m.
  • Vegetarian options always available
  • Food can be taken out of the dining hall
  • Café in building is open extended hours (11 p.m. except Friday and Saturday)
  • Kitchen facilities, including microwave and fridge/freezer, are located in the building

Victoria University

Eligibility

Victoria University residences are open to the following students:

  • Architecture
  • Arts & Science
  • Kinesiology & Physical Education
  • Music
  • Engineering

Cost range

Cost range (2017-18): $11,634 - $15,931 (meal plan included)

Location/contact

73 Queen's Park Cres.

416-585-4494

vic.dean@utoronto.ca

www.vicu.utoronto.ca

Move-in dates

Fall 2017: September 3

Winter 2018: January 2

Summer stays

See the Summer Housing web page for details.

Accessibility

  • Accessible entrance at parking level
  • Some wheelchair accessible rooms

 

Features

All Victoria University residences:

  • Gender-inclusive, dormitory- and shared- apartment-style residence
  • Some same-gender suites and an all-women residence hall located within five residence buildings that house both first-year and senior students
  • Single and double rooms
  • Most first-year students are housed in double rooms
  • Several meal plan options
  • Residence programming includes healthy lifestyle workshops, an environmental committee, community service, and much more
  • Located on the east side of campus, steps to the Royal Ontario Museum

Annesley Hall

  • Dormitory-style, all women residence
  • Meals served at Burwash Hall

Burwash Hall – Lower

  • Dormitory-style residence
  • Single and double rooms with semi-private washrooms
  • Rooms on floors 1-3 offer sleeping alcoves with adjoining study/sitting rooms
  • Kitchenettes are shared by 4-6 residents and are located on each floor
  • Common rooms are located on the main floor of each house

Burwash Hall – Upper

  • Dormitory-style residence
  • Single, double, and double loft rooms (with desk under bed)
  • Kitchenette and small eating area on each floor
  • Shared, gender-inclusive washrooms

Margret Addison Hall

  • Dormitory-style residence
  • Gender-inclusive and single-gender rooms
  • Shared, gender-inclusive washrooms

Rowel Jackman Hall

  • Shared suite-style residence
  • Gender-inclusive and single-gender suites
  • Suites are shared by 3-7 students and offer 1-2 washrooms
  • Most suites offer a small storage area

Woodsworth College

Eligibility

Woodsworth College residence is open to the following students:

  • Arts & Science

Cost range

Cost range (2017-18): $9,502 

Location/contact

321 Bloor St. West

416-623-1685

residence@wdw.utoronto.ca

www.wdw.utoronto.ca/residence

Move-in dates

Fall 2017: September 3

Winter 2018: January 3

Summer stays

Yes – see the Summer Housing web page for details.

Accessibility

  • Main/alternate entrance provides wheelchair access
  • Elevator access to all floors
  • Air-conditioning throughout
  • Bright lighting in corridors and stairwells
  • Natural light in bedrooms
  • 3 rooms have wheelchair access
  • All bathrooms have shower stall only

 

Features

  • Gender-inclusive, shared-apartment-style residence
  • Single rooms in 4-, 5-, and 6-person same-gender apartment suites
  • Each suite shares 2 washrooms, a full kitchen, and a furnished living area
  • Does not have a meal plan. However, meal plans can be purchased elsewhere on campus
  • Residence programming includes outdoor barbeques, karaoke nights, fireside socials in the Waters Lounge, and much more
  • Steps from the Varsity Centre and the St. George subway station
  • Students applying in their first year need to have chosen Woodsworth College as their first choice of college at U of T
  • Porter on duty
  • 9 residence dons live in the building