Across University College we strive to achieve our collective vision of a welcoming community that challenges undergraduate students to excel intellectually and prepares them to engage in the wider world. Opportunities for meaningful student-faculty engagement both inside and outside the classroom are critical to our success in making this vision a reality.
Being a Residence/Commuter Don is a thoroughly rewarding experience. Not only are you able to make a meaningful impact in the lives of students, but you are provided with numerous opportunities to develop such skills as conflict resolution, active listening, and community building.
If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please read through our application package. Should you have questions after doing so, please feel free to contact us.
Please note that the University will close as of 5:00 p.m. on Friday, December 21, 2012 to the commencement of the working day, Monday, January 7, 2013. All campus buildings, including University College, will be closed except for the following locations. Users should contact these facilities for holiday hours.
We've moved! Effective today, the residence office is now located in the D wing of the main UC building. Feel free to come by, say hello, and check out the new space.
15 King's College Circle, D105
Toronto, ON M5S 3H7
If you are staying in residence during the winter break (December 21 – January 5), please make note of the emergency phone numbers and the hours that each porter’s office will be open.
If you need assistance during the break, you can visit any of the porter offices’ for assistance when they are open. If the porter offices’ are not open and you need assistance, please call the don on call (phone number is provided) or campus police.
Read more about this important issue, including Acting Bonham Centre Director David Rayside's impressions, here:
The Health Studies program is offering a new course during the Winter 2013 term.
UNI409H1 S – Special Topics on Health Research
The specific content of this course will vary from one year to another, depending on the availability of particular health researchers and scholars. In a given year, the course may focus on AIDS, tobacco addiction, nutritional issues in low-income countries, and the persistence of infant health problems in poor Canadian communities.