Top five things to do on campus according to UTSC students

Wednesday, September 15 - 2021
You applied and got accepted. Now the fun begins! It's time to explore the campus and discover what we have to offer. 

Campus food 101: UTSC students pick their favourites

Tuesday, September 14 - 2021
The pandemic hit restaurants particularly hard, and food vendors at U of T Scarborough were no exception. But as we kick off a new academic year, many of them are planning to reopen. We asked UTSC…

‘A space for our community to be together again’: Revitalized ARC Quad will be UTSC’s newest outdoor hub

Wednesday, September 8 - 2021
Coming this fall to U of T Scarborough is a new, vibrant outdoor space for students, staff and faculty to unwind, connect and recharge. The ARC Quad, located beside the main entrance of the Academic…

UTSC professor and filmmaker honoured by the Royal Society of Canada

Tuesday, September 7 - 2021
Marlene Goldman had no plans to go into filmmaking. She stepped behind the camera, after encouragement from her colleagues, to make her first film adaptation, Piano Lessons, in 2017. Based on Alice…

“It allowed me to grow in confidence”: Alum and former Paralympian talks about the positive power of sport

Wednesday, August 25 - 2021
If anyone knows about the positive role sport can play, it’s U of T Scarborough alum and former Paralympian Kaley McLean.   

U of T Scarborough student receives Canadian Red Cross award for saving teen’s life

Wednesday, July 28 - 2021
Chris Luongo was waiting in line to buy his daughter a Happy Meal, when he felt something graze his shoulder. He turned around to see a teen, covered in blood, faintly ask “call 9-1-1.” At first,…

Large pop-up vaccine clinic opens in Highland Hall at U of T Scarborough

Wednesday, July 7 - 2021
U of T Scarborough is helping with the push to get as many people as possible in the region vaccinated by hosting a weekly pop-up clinic on campus. The University is collaborating with the…

Six emerging Indigenous writers and creatives you should know about

Tuesday, June 29 - 2021
June is National Indigenous History Month, a time for all Canadians to learn, recognize and honour the history, accomplishments and diverse cultures of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.  

U of T Scarborough Celebrates Indigenous History Month

Thursday, June 10 - 2021
In June Canadians celebrate Indigenous History Month and we recognize and honour the history, heritage and diversity of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples in Canada. Here’s a look at how the…

U of T Scarborough celebrates Pride Month

Saturday, May 29 - 2021
U of T Scarborough's new Director of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion marks Pride month with a message of celebration More Colour More Pride Flag To celebrate Pride month, we once again raise…

Eight Asian Community Organizations making a difference

Thursday, May 27 - 2021
There are many organizations across the GTA offering services, programs and resources for its Asian community. Here are some of these awesome organizations doing great work in the community that you…

‘You are not alone’: Report on mental health during COVID outlines key precautionary steps students can take

Thursday, May 20 - 2021
By its very nature, the COVID-19 pandemic has been an isolating experience: shutdowns, physical distancing and quarantines have all made maintaining mental health a major challenge. But, according…