Discover comfortable and affordable student housing options at Wycliffe College. From on-campus residences to nearby off-campus housing, find a supportive environment to thrive in your academic and spiritual journey. Explore our housing resources today and make Wycliffe your home away from home.

Please refer to our Residence page for more information.

Toronto’s transit system (streetcars, buses, trains, and a subway) within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) provides students with a lot of flexibility as to where they live. For those outside of Toronto who commute into the campus, there are many buses and trains into the city. 

Note: We suggest looking into an option to rent a place to live that is 10 minutes walk from a major subway station, as buses and streetcards can be unreliable.

The following websites may be helpful in locating a place to rent:

  • Off-Campus Housing Search - good for finding a place to live or roommates. Advanced Degree students (MA, ThM, PhD, DMin) may have to pay to login.
  • Look for a reliable and professoinal realtor.

Note: There are lots of scammers that may try to scam you on housing in Toronto. Know your rights as tenants: Information for New Tenants

There is a limited number of beds available for our commuting students who are looking to spend the night at the college. 

Rooms are $50 per night, and there are 4 beds for men and 4 beds for women available.

Please speak to Front Desk for availability and booking for commuter dorms:

Email: wycliffe.frontdesk@utoronto.ca

Phone: 416 946-3535

Wycliffe College Family Housing

Wycliffe College has a limited number of apartment-style dorms for families in our residence building.

Please note that priority is usually given to our international MDiv students.


University of Toronto Student Family Housing

The University of Toronto also has apartments that is ten-minute walk from Wycliffe College.

The apartments are either one or two-bedroom and are available for couples with or without children. The Charles Street apartment buildings also have childcare options for residents. 

Family housing is also available at University of Toronto Mississauga Campus. A shuttle bus connects the two campuses. For those families that prefer to live outside the city, or have work and church that is near to Mississauga, this is a good option to look into. 

If you are looking for temporary or permanent furnitures, there are a few options around campus that may be more accessible: 

Families living in Charles St. family housing can check the building’s notice boards and Facebook page (“University Family Housing Tenants’ Association”). The building also offers its tenants a Free Store with household items and clothes.