85 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2E5
Whitney Hall was built in 1931 as a women's residence. It is named after Sir James Whitney, the premier of Ontario from 1905 to 1914. Whitney Hall is home to 250 students in single and double rooms. It is divided into four houses: Ferguson, Falconer, Cody and Mulock.
A single room in Whitney Hall. Each room contains a captain's bed (twin bed with chest of drawers underneath), study desk, study chair, lounge chair, desk lamp, bookshelf, another chest of drawers, ceiling fan, overhead lighting, bulletin board, mirror, and semi-walk in closet.
A spacious common room, to hang out with friends or play the baby grand piano.
Washrooms are co-ed and shared between 8 to12 people. There are private showers and private toilet stalls.
Each house shares a study room with another house: great for group projects or individual studying!
Need a library environment in the comfort of your own residence? Whitney Library has you covered, with group and individual study spaces.
Laundry rooms have coin-operated washers and dryers. Students can exchange bills for coins at the Porter's Office.
Hallways at Whitney Hall.