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45 Walmer Rd, Toronto, ON M5R 2X2, Canada

(416) 934-4517

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Whenever I walk through the buildings, I notice alot of administrative staff chatting and socializing, as if they don't have enough work to do. And in the Dean's office I deal with, often the secretary is away from her desk, and when there is not very personable. I'm also trying to figure out why they need so many assistant and associate Deans. Is this how our tuition payments are being spent? And then they come up with their own faculty and staff awards. Is our tuition being used for that too? And the Executive Assistant Donna in the Dean's office sits at her desk not doing much, other than watching people and trying to intimidate employees with her aggressive stares. This is the problem when some women are given higher positions...they abuse their power. How much does she get paid? If they streamlined and reduced some of the staff , I bet our tuition fees could drop. They should treat us like customers, not students. I do find some professors and staff condescending...with an air of superiority. Is that the transformation that happens from having their noses buried in textbooks for many years? These people seem to forget where they started and came from. Other than that, it is a nice looking campus.

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Because of its old and authentic campus and the spread of the uni into down town and its cool and modern atmosphere its a 5 star. If visiting Toronto you must visit the unit. Its truly worth it.

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I absolutely loved the place. Plenty of beautiful neo-Gothic buildings and the ambiance is amazing. Since many different movie scenes were shot in place, you can recognize the sets along the visit. Definitely worth the tour.

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The University of Toronto is one of the best places in city. The campuses are peaceful and inviting, the architecture is stunning and its variety is an interesting mixture. Everywhere you look there is something inspiring.

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Always a great place for leisurely strolls. The grounds are well maintained and the buildings have some lovely architecture.

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A great school, especially if you are doing a graduate study here. I would have given them 5 stars if only they pay their graduate students better.

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I love this campus. Right in the heart of the city and a really great landscape. Never a dull moment (with the exception of most of the classes that happen there)

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The university is set on a beautiful campus, most evident during the spring and summer seasons. This is a large campus with tens of thousands of students. There are many libraries, 3 gyms, and numerous cafeterias to choose from. The school in itself is known to be one of the best schools in Canada. Student life is robust but sometimes difficult to take part in, especially because of the fact that there are so many students.

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I love that place is very nice and beautiful, I wish I came to see him up close, but I live at morocco!!

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Crazy workload, insanely high pressure always, having 3-4 hrs of sleep on a weekday is a blessing, not much of a chance to have a great social life. And if I had to, I would do it all over again. #UofT #UTSG

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Still have nightmares of the profs and exams to this day ;(

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If I had the choice to be 19 again and start over, it wouldn't be here. Accessibility services are useless for any of those who have a disability. I was denied a petition against a miss exam due to symptoms of a chronic disease because they lost my statement in the mail and decided to draw a person-specific deadline which the informed me by email. I didn't see the email until after the weekend and so I received a failed course on my transcript and my cGPA was push closer to academic probation. I wanted to talk about the issue in person or by phone but the registrar's office will lock their door well over 15 minutes before the office actually closes, and they have purposely ignored emails of mine. Canada has such a strong selection of great schools and there are a lot of alternatives with happier, balanced students. Get that piece of paper and keep on going.

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Do NOT go here for Engineering. It would be a critical mistake and you WILL regret it forever!!!

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Best university, cool lectures, and huge library perfect place for study and research

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This is a center for Toronto Thieves, mostly sent buy University of Toronto, Athletic Center Dean Ira Jacobs , as most of their members now have registered here. Jacobs intentionally sending thieves here to create problem for Manager and force members to cancel their membership. How do I know? Believe me, U of T has a "Special Technic in Stealing the Property" that no other thieves have. For example, all thieves are interested in Cash or iphones to sell it. Uof is interested in Your Keys to sent criminal to your home! And you cant complain for theft ...because they would say " You probably lost it " or " Oh who steal Keys?!" Yes, U of T is smart in this part to not let manager of police believe you, but we have no choose to write it....

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Similarly to other universities, it is politically charged with dying freedom of expression. Any sort of "Liberal Arts" program is a way to get a mortgage + no job when you leave. Corrupt institution in my opinion. However, a fantastic place to meet some Social Justice Warriors.

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I heard terrible things before coming here, but honestly, I have zero regrets. One thing that really sucks is that a lot of the first and second-year undergraduate classes are taught by incompetent grad students, forcing us to do re-teach ourselves everything on our own time. But honestly, with hardwork and a an open attitude, you have far better resources at this school than at any other in Ontario.

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My dreams study in this university je taime toronto

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Hermosos salones con detalles de seres míticos en piedra se pueden encontrar dentro del más icónico edificio de la Universidad de Toronto. ¡Atento a los detalles! :D

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This university is one of the best school in North America, but it lacks a lot when it comes to professors, grading marks, the faculty staff at (Woodsworth College) and not to forget the exams...and also that this school is very expensive!!! I am deciding to switch school because this school is not what I expected...professors at this campus must really love failing students and that the grading scheme is not really good. Overall...it a good school, but I rather go to a university that is not compose with deadly toxins in the air and that the student body is so huge...you can't even breathe in the same room. :(

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This university is one of the best school in North America, but it lacks a lot when it comes to professors, grading marks, the faculty staff at (Woodsworth College) and not to forget the exams...and also that this school is very expensive!!! I am deciding to switch school because this school is not what I expected...professors at this campus must really love failing students and that the grading scheme is not really good. Overall...it a good school, but I rather go to a university that is not compose with deadly toxins in the air and that the student body is so huge...you can't even breathe in the same room. :(

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I couldnt get my preferred pronoun "lord" on my transcript

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Very big campus to maneuver through, but once you get the hang of it it becomes easier to guide yourself through. University College, Convocation Hall and Robarts Library are well known tourist attractions. Tours run in the spring, summer and fall. During the day time (starting around 12:00 pm) the streets become packed with students. Around 6:30 pm is when everybody starts getting home and traffic slows down.

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The BEST university of Toronto campus followed by utsc and utm, amazing professors and conveniently located in downtown Toronto

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Not a student.I aspire my wife to pursue her PHD there.From what I gathered in an observation during the Campus tour from Google browser,the Campus is great and perfect for academic perseverance.

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Very Great Doctor

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I attend this school. Profs are amazing and I'm receiving quality education. The cafe has got to go! So over priced.

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Foods are so expensive in this building. Better get out and eat outside in places such as tim Hortons. You can view the city from the top floor.

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c'est par quelle adresse e-mail qu'allons-nous écrire à l'université?

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Such gooooooood memories from year 2001!!! I'd definitely visit OISE again. Greetings from Rosario, Argentina!!!

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Great event space. Love the peace lounge

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Clean building and washrooms. Subway station E-W line access directly in building. Parking on weekends $6 all day 2 min walk. Tim Hortons 1 min walk.

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Great for weekend lectures. Tim Hortons and Starbucks close by.

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Nice quiet spot to study or meet someone. Comfortable couches. Access to subway directly inside building.

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Nice clean building. Good place to go

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From Nexus Lounge you have one of the best panorama on Toronto downtown.

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Rooms kinda feel like concrete boxes.

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Great looks from outside! Few critical concerns (ceiling and one wall not painted at all... Looks bad and awkward!)

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I have never dealt with a more rude student housing organization. They actually hung the phone up on my conversation-- completely unprofessional. Make sure to read and reread the fine print, that's where they get you.

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Nice dorm with a great common area and movie room.

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I can't believe they dug up back campus

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31 years ago I was admitted to the hospital with a brain tumor.Two days later I was operated on for a shunt, which immediately help me speak clearly...The shunt is still there.That operation was no walk in the park for me or for the doctor. Two days later the tumor was removed in THE major Operation. A 10 hour procedure. Richard Perrin saved my life. Thank you Richard for your professional efforts and ultimate results. You certainly know what you're doing, and I was lucky to have you as my surgeon, and I am delighted to add I hope that I never have to see you again... With all due respect I wouldn't want to go through the process again. Dr. Perrin you are the greatest!!!!!!

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I found WES to be easy to use. I had access to all my documents except my transcript which I attended school outside Canada. It was difficult to obtain that transcript but in the end they came through, and WES kept me up to date. Great website to do your foreign evaluation. Straight forward, and user friendly.

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The degree evaluation is a great service for finding jobs. I can mention University of Toronto on my resume as my degree is now certified as equivalent, after they do extensive checks of issuing university, your degree, marks sheets etc.. If I want to, there isn't a need for me to mention my foreign school/university on my resume anymore or on job search sites etc. and 'hopefully' I can avoid being subjected to stereotyping/prejudice. I think it should help with job search in Toronto/Canada where finding a decent and well paying good job remains scarce and is like winning a lottery :)

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We never actually got in to see Dr Garfield. He grossly overbooks, and we had to wait for well over an hour, in a waiting room without any seats left. I do not respect doctors who do not respect my time as well. Overbooking to that degree should NOT be allowed!!!!

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Small library, but not too many people go there so it is a good place to study. Wonderful decor.

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I love it very much because I found Holy Bible Revised Version and Standard Version there, which I could not find anywhere else.

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Nothing special here

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Nice library but not so good hours. Try pratt instead

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Probably my favourite place in the world.

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If you are not sure you can pass theology, go here. They pass everyone. And they don't really mind if you bring your own theology.

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We stayed here (unfortunately) for a 4 day weekend. There was a bed and some dorm type desk and chest along with one ratty chair. The shower tiles were dirty and the towels were pretty small and skimpy. There was no tv in the room and no wifi. Once you are checked in and pay you are liable for the whole amount so take my advice and don't stay here.

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very expensive

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La salle de bain est trop petite, le système de douche pas pratique, Internet n'est disponible que par câble, pour 5$ par jour, en plus du prix de la chambre. Et les produits servis au petit-déjeuner sont de mauvaise qualité. Bien trop cher pour ce que c'est.

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Came here for two different (conference and education) events. The staff were quite nice, the event spaces were a good size and decently maintained. The food looked good but wasn't too great.

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Wow. Run for this place. It is incredibly dirty - the floors look like they have not been vacuumed, blood on the towels, mold actually visible on the walls. Stayed here with a student group... Some students got locked out and they had to drill through the door (after, the metal shavings were left on the floor). I lived in Student Residence at Humber, and this is not comparable. I can't believe students live here during the school year - it should be shut down.

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I am a current student and I loving it here. It was worth the hardwork. The profs are awesome and the work is not so hard that is not doable.

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A great university with a campus located in the suburbs.

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It's very cool at U of T

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This campus is different than downtown. It's a great way to get your education in an area that will cost you less than downtown. You'll make your connections drinking and eating together in houses instead of in the downtown clubs and bars. If you dying for that true Toronto experience this isn't the campus for you but if you want to get your schooling done away for the massive temptation that is the city it's great. You still have the opportunity to get into the city proper but you'll do it 2 or 3 times a month vs everyday. Also some programs do lack things (I.E. studying cadavers and such) that's part of it, if your life needs those things then this isn't the campus for you.

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amni sagoler bacca

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2nd year, not the best campus based on looks but we do have a new science building on the way and the Pan Am sports center is AMAZING! All my profs have been really nice and helpful. My grades are great so far and made many friends. Hoping it stays that way for the years to come.

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OK place to study. No cheap healthy food options but there is a La Prep on campus. The library is pretty large but it does get crowded quickly and places near outlets on campus are nearly always taken. Other than that class sizes are manageable and it's a beautiful campus to study on. The professors are overall great to talk to and very responsive to individuals during class and office hours.

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Faculty is great, but the facility leaves more to be desired.

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I feel like I missed out on the UofT experience by going to this campus instead of the downtown campus. *sigh*

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Everything is good except where it's located. Come on, in Scarborough, near Malvern area? UTSC, you want to get your students robbed, mugged, or harassed and have trespassers loitering on campus??? And food options are okay but STC is a short ride away for those seeking more variety. Doesn't have uni feel to it or even a modern feel...it's all over the place but small enough to run into your friends daily.

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Pretty nice school, good business coop program i guess

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Architecture is great, vibe is cool

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Awesome campus, friendly with fantastic faculty.

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Distintos tipos de habitaciones. Estuve en habitación individual con baño propio (amenities incluidos). La cama muy cómodo y amplia. La habitación muy espaciosa y con varios armarios. No hay perchas. La limpieza muy justita. El desayuno es buffet y suele haber crepes o tostadas francesas, distintos tipos de pan, fruta cortada y entera, distintos tipos de cereales... Hay lavandería, gimnasio, aparcamiento para bicicletas, zona de reuniones y biblioteca. Wifi en todo el edificio

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A good location and reasonably good quality rooms for the price. For some reason they don't have fitted sheets on the beds, so if you toss and turn a lot, you'll likely end up pulling out the bottom sheet during the night. The included breakfast was nice, the quality was about what you'd expect from a low end cafeteria. I wasn't expecting much, just a reasonable place to sleep for the night. I think if you've got minimal requirements, this will suit you well.

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My Therapist knew what she was doing, awesome service, Love the new clinic and it's atmosphere !

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They offer free physiotherapy for students!

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its soothsaying cool.

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Absolutely breathtaking building. I don't even go to U of T but if you're brave enough to walk around and explore its worth the trip.

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huge building confused the crap out of me when i first went there. but looks like hogwarts so 5/5

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Magnificent building, I Used to passing by this building everyday, it's the symbol of University of Toronto in centuries.

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Historic U of T building with lecture rooms and halls for events. There's lot to explore here!

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University College is the foundational college for the entire University of Toronto system, formed in 1853, although much of the original wooden structure of the building was destroyed in a fair and was subsequently rebuilt. This college features ornate archways, stone pillars, beautiful wooden floors, and Wifi throughout the building for university students.

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pretty on the outside, less pretty on inside

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Studying here~

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I wish study here

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Open cafeteria with many small healthy selections - great for grabbing some good food as opposed to the food trucks parked nearby.

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They never answer their phones. It is horribly frustrating.

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Well, I waited for over 1.5 hours for my appointment and when I asked what was happening they said that the doctor I had an appointment with was being late, her name is Dr. Ann Stewart. I needed to know the result of my lab work as my fever got worse and I was feeling so much worse. I couldn't wait any longer, I had a meeting scheduled right after what was supposed to be my appointment. I kindly asked the receptionist if the doctor could post my results for me to review and she said YES!! few hours after my meeting I called back in as there were no results posted on my account and another receptionist told me that they could't do it since the lab work was ordered by another doctor I saw before and she was away.So pretty much I do not know what my lab results are and have no way of finding out until the doctor that is away finally gets back. what a horrible experience!!!! Stay Away!! In am meanwhile I am feeling terrible and have to go to the hospital to do all the tests again to find out what is wrong with me. Once again, STAY AWAY!

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Even if it's only for UoT students the place is usually crowded. Walk-in turns are gone the first hour sand are usually available for afternoon appointments.

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I saw a hawk eat a squirrel in the quad, so that was cool.

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A beautiful College and Library.

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Thinking Forward to a Better World A graduate education at U of T opens unparalleled professional and personal opportunities to kickstart your future. As a member of the largest research-based university in Canada, you will be at the forefront of innovation. You will be an integral member of a community that is changing the world. ​ The School of Graduate Studies offers the breadth and depth of academic excellence​, collaborative culture, and global vantage point to address the complex issues of our time. At U of T you will collaborate side by side with the best to significantly contribute to new knowledge that makes a real impact on our society.​ Learn about our accomplishments.

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Do not stay at the residence if traveling to Toronto. The rooms look like jail cells and the beds are like concrete. I don't know how students sleep in those beds for the school year. The campus is absolutely stunning though.

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An excellent university now a part of the cooperative University of Toronto and the Toronto School of Theology. One of Canada's excellent university systems. I am proud that I studied and taught here.

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Old building, like the building style.

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Old chapel style building, was under construction the last time I visited there. Not sure if it is still renovating.

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I don't know why they bother have phone number if they don't answer it

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Test center for utm exams

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I love this place. The doctors and the students are very kind and very good at what they do. Also, the rates are very fair. I highly recommend this institution.

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very nice students very beautiful :)

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I love this place. The doctors and the students are very kind and very good at what they do. Also, the rates are very fair. I highly recommend this institution.

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Not very good my wife went and was ready to go the student could not handle the work load so my wife was given a second student and after 5 visits they could not get the denture the way my wife's old one was so I think they told her we can't help you kinda thing. In any case we put down 900 bucks and they gave us 520.00 dollars back. Crazy they do some lab work you don't like and they still make you pay. I myself had my teeth done there and they did ok with there work not sure what there doing now its all about money to tell you the truth and yes there students and it takes longer really longer to get anything done. And from what I understand the student did there best but the demo or teacher was not very good about what was going on. So yes there prices are about half but the work at times may not be worth even that. And had to wait another year to get started and still not a good final result.

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Everyone was so polite. I loved it. I will be back.

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Beautiful Gothic style architecture. Stunning!

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Best res and study place on campus ever!! Nice community

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Live at Knox Learn more about the Knox College Residence; Apply to Knox ... Knox appoints Seta Ghougassian as the College's new Director of Development.

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Beautiful place, and the library is a hidden treasure

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Unique Architecture - Richard Trus review

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One of the most modern buildings of the University of Toronto. Amazing view from the 13th floor, if you have access to it.

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What an amazing building - stunning, breathtaking, and an incredible secret jungle garden in the middle of the building - Richard Trus review

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This building is one of the newest research facilities at the University of Toronto The upper floors are not open for public access but you can see the nice indoor trees from the outside and in the first floor

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An excellent university now a part of the cooperative University of Toronto and the Toronto School of Theology. One of Canada's excellent university systems. I am proud that I studied and taught here.

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Old building, like the building style.

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Great

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Perfect

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Good school!

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Best university

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Really good selection of books. Quiet place, amazing fast internet connections (free, if you are a student).

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Very helpful

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Very helpful

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This is a great College

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Cool little place! Kruger hall is a hidden gem. Great for group work

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It is a good program for those who wants to get into University, but it is hard to get the grades required to get into the Faculty of Arts & Sciences. You would have to work 10x harder to achieve a passing grade to succeed in this program. I am not really impressed with this program...and that anyone who wants to get into UofT...advise you to go back and complete your 6 Grade 12 U courses to apply admissions to the programs at UofT or any other Universities in Toronto. Best of Luck!

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It is a good program for those who wants to get into University, but it is hard to get the grades required to get into the Faculty of Arts & Sciences. You would have to work 10x harder to achieve a passing grade to succeed in this program. I am not really impressed with this program...and that anyone who wants to get into UofT...advise you to go back and complete your 6 Grade 12 U courses to apply admissions to the programs at UofT or any other Universities in Toronto. Best of Luck!

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Those guys from CEI are amazing. International students from UofT have all the support they need.

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Nice

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Make sure to view Father Dan Donovan's art collection, featured in several buildings on campus including the Kelly Library, Odette Hall and Carr Hall.

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The school is okay

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gr8 m8

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best college ever, im thankful i got placed here. love the people, the res, everything.

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Amazing ❤

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Awesome! I m lovin it!

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Tight community and presents the stereotypical college experience but hard to be more academically minded in

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The location is great! It's right by the street cars and is cheap to stay, and the rooms are nice

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10 minute walk from Bloor Street, tram stops right outside the campus and can take you north and south so very convenient if you are in need in somewhere just to sleep and go somewhere else. Room is basically a desk,chair wardrobe and a very hard bed. Room was very ward even with air-conditioning set on "coldest" But for 30 bucks a night it was OK.Shared bathroom for the whole floor was always clean, no noice from traffic or outside in general. WiFi was free, but kept cutting out for about 2 min every half hour which can be annoying. I spent 3 days here which was more that enough. Wouldn't recommend it for longer stays.

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A good place to spend your time, in a quiet and welcoming environment and excellent WiFi connection. 24/7 customer service available for residents.

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They gave us tiny rooms as if it was a gulag. They had hardish beds. Sometimes the walls leaked in my room, but I was able to move same day. Wasn't bad by dorm standards though.

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Welcome to the School. We’re here to expand horizons, advance careers and help create a more rewarding future for all Canadians through lifelong learning.

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Woodsworth College Residence Woodsworth College is honoured to have its first residence at the key intersection of Bloor Street and St. George Street, the northern gateway to the historic St. George Campus. The Woodsworth College Residence strives to provide our students an exceptional residence experience in a modern building. Our students live in an air-conditioned suite-style residence with private single bedrooms. Each suite houses four to six residents, with two bathrooms, and a shared kitchen and living area. There are laundry facilities on the ground floor, a front desk reception that is staffed 24-hours a day, high-speed internet access, common areas, and a Residence Life Program that offers social events, student government, educational programming and counseling – all included in a residence that’s just steps away from libraries, lecture halls and athletic facilities.

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Woodsworth College Residence Woodsworth College is honoured to have its first residence at the key intersection of Bloor Street and St. George Street, the northern gateway to the historic St. George Campus. The Woodsworth College Residence strives to provide our students an exceptional residence experience in a modern building. Our students live in an air-conditioned suite-style residence with private single bedrooms. Each suite houses four to six residents, with two bathrooms, and a shared kitchen and living area. There are laundry facilities on the ground floor, a front desk reception that is staffed 24-hours a day, high-speed internet access, common areas, and a Residence Life Program that offers social events, student government, educational programming and counseling – all included in a residence that’s just steps away from libraries, lecture halls and athletic facilities.

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My favorite building on campus. They have the best spaces, there's always room available. And the Exchange has the best coffee on campus.

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Great meeting with Mrs. Cruz!

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I read that Rotman didn't get into this school, then after becoming successful, renamed it after himself. Interesting tale.

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The best MBA school in Canada. Amazing building where you will find the best faculty and future professionals in Canada

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Came here for a choir concert recently. It was a very nice venue; my only complaint is that I could hear it every time a chair moved anywhere in the venue.

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Dr papdouris is the greatest pediatrician in town. She has so much patients, she dedicated her time to you. She's a great Dr to have!

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Dr. Papadouris is a great doctor of my kids since birth. Now my daughter is 15 and my son is 11 are still seeing her to make them feeling better when they are sick. She is kind and loving with an amazing and a very caring staff Maria and Liliana.

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Jeffery Thomas smith pleasing evvery thing building structure spells my name Jeffery thomas smith and is a picture of me my fingerprints footprint jenetic palmprint blood-type retnal toeprint DNA rna ribcage spine chromsonal jet palmprint eyeball fleet jetc Jeffery Thomas smith I invented chemical engineering and evvery engineering and evverything engineering medicine science etc and evvery course at evvery school university college etc Jeffery Thomas smith it is me teaching my children some of my things my stories inventions travels jetc some of my bible level 2 security plus I own the land of them all and finance supplement at 99% level as the owmer

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Pretty good school and helpful profs (most of them at least), but the overall atmosphere seems off, and the technology here is unimpressive. Not a bad school though, had a decent time.

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Went here on a school trip to watch an Italian play. The school looks great and the people are nice. The amount of food vendors they have is great. Had a variety of food to choose from for lunch

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Been studying here for over two years, this campus has a great environment. Surrounded by a forest with rivers and trails, UTM offers a very comfortable space for students to learn, party, and grow!

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The place is huge, clean and easily accessible. It has all facilities that allow students study and enjoy. There are a few restaurants but they are closed Saturdays and Sundays during summer. There is a huge parking but you have to pay per hour or select maximum time for Canadian Dollar $6.

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Great looks on the outside but still a broken institution on the inside.

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Absolutely breathtaking campus. The buildings are excellently designed and the grounds are well kept, featuring peaceful nature trails and park areas. Deer frequent the campus. The teachers and staff are excellent and frequent bus service makes it easy to get to.

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By far best education I would ever ask for! Small class sizes, awesome staff and amazing faculty! Graduated from here in November 2015 and I still visit every now and then. Very friendly and welcoming community, especially the diverse student center. This University goes with the classic educational system, no magical tricks to do well, it's just you earn what you work for. Definitely asks for a lot of studying and all-nighters but it's worth every minute of your time. LEGACY!

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Great university, great profs and awesome services offered.

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Excellent university, especially if you major in the social sciences.

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High cost for international students, spend a lot of money on useless course and ridiculous graduate rules. Language course teacher always sucks!! They just want you pay more and teach nothing!!! Btw, most important thing is 55% are Chinese, so if you a Chinese and want to improve yourself just go to college or other university, stay away from UTM. Good luck bro!

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Work hard is the best answer. Every place is the same

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Very Stark contrast from University of Toronto's St. George campus, but not necessarily in a bad way. They did, however, spend entirely too much money on the rock Sculpture school signage that greets you at the turn-in. Definitely could have been better utilized.

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This is one of my favourite libraries to study at. I sometimes head all the way to downtown just to study here. You get that "this is going to be a productive day" vibe at Robarts. I like to study on the Asian studies floor - they have really large tables and outlets.

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Local Torontonians and university students often mock the exterior design of the building, characterizing it as a "prison" or "ugly", yet it is one of the sources of pride for the University of Toronto. This is the largest library in the entire Universality of Toronto system, and features one of the largest literary collections amongst all university libraries in North America. The building offers Wifi to university students, and hosts a small cafeteria, which has a Subway and a Starbucks among others.

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An unmissable presence on campus, and in the student experience. I grew very fond of the brutalist architecture and the stacks. The resources here are great, even aside from the place's physical presence.

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I'm sitting in the stacks as I write this, studying for the three midterms I have tomorrow. I must say, the ambience and the elegance with which this library was designed is fascinating. The brutalist architecture and stone grey walls is bound to entrance any library-goer.

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Not a fie star experience but you get all your money's worth without having to compromise on a quiet and peaceful environment.

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I lived in a single room during the summer months as I was working in the area. Very convenient location in terms of walking distance to Chinatown and to the subway station. The dining hall is pretty good too. Close proximity to the Athletic Centre which is also a plus. But it's also right by Spadina so you can hear the cars passing by.

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The food really sucks, but the food supplier (ARAMARK) just sucks in general. The residence took 3 months to fix my broken ceiling, which has plaster falling off it the whole time like an unside down sink hole.

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I stayed there during the summer when most of the residents were not students. It was very quiet, clean, and the staff were friendly. It is near the city center, so there is a lot to explore. A bonus is that there are a few grocery stores nearby.

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(416) 978-6801

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(416) 946-5456

Department of Family & Community Medicine, University of Toronto

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(416) 946-5938

Department of Family & Community Medicine, University of Toronto

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(416) 946-5938

University of Toronto Press Guidance Centre

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(416) 363-2858

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(416) 864-6003

David Finkelstein MD

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(905) 898-2444

Knox College

59 Saint George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 3H8, Canada
(416) 978-4500

Knox College

59 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 3H8, Canada
(416) 978-4500

Trinity College

6 Hoskin Ave, Toronto, ON M5S 1H8, Canada
(416) 978-2522

John W.Graham Library

6 Hoskin Avenue, Toronto, ON M5S 1H8, Canada
(416) 978-5851

Dalla Lana School of Public Health

6, 155 College St, Toronto, ON M5T 3M7, Canada
(416) 978-2058

Ontario Institute For Studies

6-51 Ardelt Ave, Kitchener, ON N2C 2R5, Canada
(519) 579-0780

Graduate House

60 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S 3L1, Canada
(416) 946-8888

Physics Parking Garage

60 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A7, Canada
(416) 978-7275

Postgraduate Medical Education Office, University of Toronto

602, 500 University Ave, Toronto, ON M5G 1V7, Canada
(416) 978-6976

Dr. David Goldstein

610 University Ave, Toronto, ON M5G 2M9, Canada
(416) 946-2301

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610 University Avenue, Toronto, ON M5G 2M9, Canada
(416) 946-2301

Kirkpatrick S M L Dr

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(905) 862-0762

SGS Student Services

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(416) 978-6614

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655 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, ON M5S 2H9, Canada
(416) 934-4535

Dr. William El Masri

658 Danforth Ave #304, Toronto, ON M4J 5B9, Canada
(416) 406-6540

Daniels Studio Commons

665 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON M5S 2H9, Canada

Justina M. Barnicke Gallery

7 Hart House Cir, Toronto, ON M5S 3H3, Canada
(416) 978-8398

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71 Prince Arthur Ave, Toronto, ON M5R 1B3, Canada
(416) 978-7275

E.J. Pratt Library

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(416) 585-4470

Mathematical Finance Program, University of Toronto

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(416) 946-5206

Victoria University

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(416) 585-4508

Victoria University

73 Queens Park Crescent E, Toronto, ON M5S 1K7, Canada
(416) 585-4521

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73 Queens Park Crescent East, Toronto, ON M5S 1K7, Canada
(416) 585-4521

Emmanuel College Library

75 Queens Park Crescent E, Toronto, ON M5S 1K7, Canada
(416) 585-4550

Emmanuel College

75 Queens Park Crescent E, Toronto, ON, Canada
(416) 585-4539

Emmanuel College

75 Queens Park Crescent East, Toronto, ON M5S 1K7, Canada
(416) 585-4539

Bora Laskin Law Library

78 Queens Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C5, Canada
(416) 978-1073

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(416) 960-5883

St. Michael's College

81 St Mary Street, Toronto, ON M5S 1J4, Canada
(416) 926-1300

Dr. Rose Bilotta

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(647) 986-4357

University of Toronto Faculty of Law

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(416) 978-0210

Whitney Hall

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88 College St, Toronto, ON M5S 1B4, Canada
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Gate House

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(416) 585-4521

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89 Chestnut St, Toronto, ON M5G 1R1, Canada
(416) 977-0707

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89 Chestnut St, Toronto, ON M5G 2J1, Canada

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89 Chestnut Street, Toronto, ON M5G 1R1, Canada
(416) 977-0707

The Residence

90 Gerrard Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada
(416) 978-2011

The Victoria College Chapel

91 Charles St W, Toronto, ON M5S 2C7, Canada
(416) 585-4523

Isabel Bader Theatre

93 Charles St W, Toronto, ON M5S 2C7, Canada
(416) 585-4498

UTSC

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(416) 287-7529

University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering

Bldg,, Galbraith Bldg, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4, Canada

First Nations House Library

Borden Building North, 3rd Floor, 563 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON M5S 2J7, Canada
(416) 978-0413

University of Toronto

College View Ave, Toronto, ON M5P 3J1, Canada
(416) 978-3881

University of Toronto

College View Avenue, Toronto, ON M5P 3J1, Canada
(416) 978-3881

Centre for International Experience

Cumberland House, 33 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4, Canada
(416) 978-2564

Medical Sciences Building

Elgin Drive, London, ON N6G, Canada

Department of Radiation Oncology

FitzGerald Building, Room 106, 150 College St, Toronto, ON M5S 3E2, Canada
(416) 946-2131

Department of Radiation Oncology

FitzGerald Building, Room 106, 150 College Street, Toronto, ON M5S 3E2, Canada
(416) 946-2131

Simcoe Hall Parking Lot

Galbraith Road, Toronto, ON M5S 2E5, Canada
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B.C.I.T. Parking Garage

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University College Library

Laidlaw Wing, Second Floor, 15 King's College Cir, Toronto, ON M5S 3H7, Canada
(416) 978-8107

University College Library

Laidlaw Wing, Second Floor, 15 King's College Circle, Toronto, ON M5S 3H7, Canada
(416) 978-8107

Chemistry Library

Lash Miller Chemical Labs, Room 480, 80 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 3H6, Canada
(416) 978-3587

Department of Molecular Genetics

Medical Science Building, Room 4386, 1 King's College Circle, Toronto, ON M5S 1A8, Canada
(416) 978-8359

University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine

Medical Sciences Building, 1 King's College Cir #3172, Toronto, ON M5S 1A8, Canada
(416) 978-6585

Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology

Medical Sciences Building, 6th Floor, 1 King's College Cir, Toronto, ON M5S 1A8, Canada
(416) 978-2557

Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering

Rosebrugh Building, Room 407, 164 College St, Toronto, ON M5S 3G9, Canada
(416) 946-8019

McLuhan Centre for Culture and Technology Coach House Institute

s Crescent East, 39 Queens Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C3, Canada
(416) 978-7026

Rotman Parking Garage

St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 2E8, Canada

Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

Suite 130, 155 College St, Toronto, ON M5T 1P8, Canada
(416) 978-2392

University of Toronto Office of Admissions

Toronto, ON M5S 2C9, Canada
(416) 978-2190

UTSC Parking Lot 3

Toronto, ON, Canada

Faculty of Arts and Science

University of Toronto, 100 Saint George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 3G3, Canada
(416) 978-3384

Department of Anesthesia

Ville-Marie, Montreal, QC H3A, Canada

Faculty of Dentistry

Ville-Marie, Montreal, QC, Canada
(416) 979-4900

Department of Anesthesia

Ville-Marie, Montreal, Québec, Canada