The St. George Campus has three main athletics facilities. As a University of Toronto student, you have access to each of these facilities, but in some cases may need to pay for classes you enroll in.
Located on 55 Harbord Street, the AC is a multi-use health and fitness centre. This centre houses multiple gymnasiums, a 50 metre Olympic pool, 25-yard pool, 10 squash courts, a dance studio, gymnastics gym, indoor track, tennis courts, basketball courts, and exercise rooms.
All U of T students are automatically members of the AC, just remember to bring your T-Card with you. If you want to register for any classes, fitness or dance, check out the online registration here.
The Varsity Centre is the new stadium and track at the corner of Bloor and Devonshire. It includes a new 5,000-seat stadium, state-of-the-art artificial playing field, 400m eight-lane international class track, and an air-supported dome over the field in winter to enable year-round us. The Arena is adjacent to the Varsity Centre and is accessible through the Pavilion.
Although Hart House contains many opportunities to explore arts and culture, it provides some recreational amenities as well. You can find weight rooms, cardio machines, basketball, volleyball, squash and soccer courts, and a 25-yard swimming pool.
All of U of T students are automatically members of Hart House, just remember to bring your T-Card with you. If you want to register for any fitness or dance classes, check out the online registration here. For the online registration, grab your ID and password from the “My Account” tab.
The University of Toronto Library system is the largest academic library in Canada, and is ranked in the top five amongst research libraries in North America. The system consists of over 30 libraries located on three university campuses: St. George, Mississauga, and Scarborough. This array of college libraries, special collections, and specialized libraries and information centres, covers subject areas from architecture to zoology. In addition to more than 16 million holdings, the library system offers access to one of the largest collections of online library materials in North America.
Innis Library and Computer Lab provides facilities, resources and services in support of College courses and programs, as well as to the University community as a whole.
Visit the library on the second and third floors of the St George Wing of the College—it is a fantastic place to study quietly, but “close to home.”