For general inquiries contact the UC Library service desk at (416) 978-8107.
Laidlaw Wing, University College, University of Toronto
15 King's College Circle,
Room 215 (second floor, northeast corner)
Regular Hours (September to April)
Monday to Thursday, 9 am to 9 pm
Friday, 9 am to 5 pm
Saturday and Sunday, 1 pm to 5 pm
Special Hours & Closures
Thanksgiving Weekend (Oct. 12-14)
CLOSED Sat., Oct. 12, Sun., Oct. 13 and Mon., Oct. 14
During the UC Book Sale (Oct. 17-20)
Thurs., Oct. 17 and Fri., Oct. 18, 10 am to 8 pm
Sat., Oct. 19 and Sun., Oct. 20, 10 am to 6 pm
Fall Reading Week (Nov. 4-8)
Mon., Nov. 4 to Fri., Nov. 8, 9 am to 5 pm
U of T Winter Holidays (Dec. 21 - Jan. 5)
CLOSED Dec. 21 to Jan. 5
Reading Week and Family Day (Feb. 17-21)
CLOSED Mon., Feb. 17 (Family Day)
Tues., Feb. 18 to Fri., Feb. 21, 9 am to 5 pm
Easter Weekend (April 10-12)
CLOSED Fri., April 10, Sat., April 11 and Sun., April 12
Due to the UC Revitalization Project construction, there will be no wheelchair-accessible entrance to University College until further notice.
If this affects your ability to borrow books from the University College Library, you may wish to contact Services to Students with Disabilities, University of Toronto Libraries (firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-978-1957), to request that the book(s) you need to be retrieved from the UC Library and left for you at the Robarts Library Loan Services Desk (but please note that this can take some time). Also, feel free to contact the University College Librarian with any questions or concerns: 416-978-4634.
Since the UC Quad is a high-traffic construction zone during this phase of the project, the rear laneway has been blocked and entry must be restricted as a safety precaution. We will continue to evaluate the situation and we hope to be able re-open our barrier-free entrance as soon as possible. Should you need to attend a meeting or event in the building, please contact email@example.com, in advance, to arrange for an escort through the construction zone. We apologize for this temporary setback to improved accessibility at UC. Creating barrier-free spaces remains a central part of the Revitalization mandate, and we will continue to move forward with eyes on that important goal.