Choosing to live on UTSC Residence provides unique benefits to you. You are not simply accessing a place to live, but you also have access to 24/7 services, resources, programming and trained university staff to support your transition to university, and your living and learning experience.
Safety and Support
Part of our residence life program is offering services and resources specifically for safety and support.
Live-in, specially trained Residence Advisors are ready to help you make the most of transition to university life! Support from our Residence Life Team is always available to students.
Other services include our 24/ 7 Campus community Police (anything from safety concerns to a scraped knee), UTSC Patrol who can escort you so you do not have to walk around residence or campus alone, the Campus Safety Office that you can connect with if you have specific situations or circumstances that you want to plan for, and many other programs and supports.
Additionally, the Counselor in Residence is available to UTSC residents. The Counselor in Residence is a professional social worker who has experience providing support to people facing a variety of mental health concerns and life stresses. They are available as a resource to support the well being of any UTSC student living in residence, and provide individual counselling, as well as group counselling and programs throughout the year.
In all matters of your safety and well being, we are here to help you succeed!
Have Fun and Make Connections!
Enjoy connecting with peers from around the world through our fun and engaging Residence Life community events. Living in residence provides the opportunity to make academic connections, have fun, and learn skills through residence life programming.
Adjusting to university life is a big transition. Living in residence allows you to forget the hassle of commuting and allows you to be in the heart of our scenic campus only a short walk from everything. Our kitchen-equipped units allow you to enjoy the flexibility of cooking in your unit, purchasing an optional meal plan, or a combination of both. You have the flexibility to do what works best for you. Finally, you can feel safe and at ease in housing well-maintained by University staff who are very responsive to your requests for maintenance.