Community Life at Wycliffe College
From student government to chapel services, from athletic events to public lectures and conferences, your community involvement is an important part of your experience at Wycliffe. All students are encouraged to participate in the fall retreat, Wednesday dinners and other special events.
Wycliffe College Annual Fall Retreat
Students and their families relax, have fun, enjoy nature and leave spiritually refreshed, thanks to a fall weekend retreat (partially funded by the college). Watch for information in July and August of each year!
Wednesday Dinners & Other Special Events
Every week during the school year, students and their families are invited to a free community dinner immediately after Holy Communion on Wednesdays. Other special events include weekly speakers, an Advent and Carols service, the Christmas Dinner and Talent Show, and Convocation.
Wycliffe College Student Council & Student Governance
Wycliffe is proud each year to support a talented and unflagging group of volunteers who serve on Wycliffe's student council and graduate student associations. Watch for student elections in the spring and fall, and check your email for meetings and events!
Old World Charm
Wycliffe's iconic red brick building was erected in the late Victorian era and expanded in the early 1900s. You can read beside a period fireplace in the Soward Reading Room, attend lectures in the neo-Gothic Leonard Hall, and eat lunch in the lattice-windowed Refectory. All our spaces host an energetic series of college events, student groups, conferences, and even the occasional film crew!
The University of Toronto Campus
Beyond our walls, the University of Toronto campus offers students an endless variety of resources. Get involved with 300+ student clubs, work out at Hart House, or book an appointment at a Writing Centre. Check out the comprehensive theological research collections available through the libraries of the Toronto School of Theology (TST) and the University of Toronto. Or hang out at the cozy John W. Graham Library, just across the street, where Wycliffe's original library merged with Trinity College in 2000.