University of Toronto
Wycliffe College is situated at the heart of Canada’s largest university, an educational “city” covering 51 hectares in downtown Toronto and gathering over 50,000 students. It is divided into small communities—of which Wycliffe is one—that have distinct identities and purposes. Our university situation affords students several advantages*:
- The largest research library system in Canada, and the third largest in North America.
- Access to university course offerings and instructors.
- Hart House, a social and cultural institution located next door to Wycliffe, with athletic facilities, dining rooms, an art gallery, a music room, offices for various student organizations, and other resources.
- Modern athletic facilities, including the nearby Athletic Centre, which administers the most complete fitness and recreation program in Canada.
- Representation in university student government, and opportunities for participation in intramural athletics and student organizations.
- The Koffler Centre, including an immense academic bookstore, a computer store, and student services like the Academic Success Centre.
- The Family Care Office, located at 214 College Street, which has lots of helpful advice and services for students with family responsibilities.
- Student Life, which offers a wide variety of services and programs to support students at the St. George Campus of U of T.
*Note: Access to these resources varies depending on degree program.