As a member of the University of Toronto, you are one of over 75,000 undergraduate students. Although size of the campus can be daunting, it comes with great benefits. As a member of the University of Toronto, you have access to countless services and organizations and if you can’t find one that interests you, start one, we have the resources available to support you. Don’t be overwhelmed but the number of options available to you because we will be sure to keep you updated on important news and events happening on campus!
Being a member of U of T at the St. George Campus puts your right in the heart of downtown Toronto, Canada’s largest city. Toronto has endless social and cultural opportunities that will always give you something to do. Be sure to take advantage of your time at U of T by exploring one of North America’s most culturally diverse and exciting cities.
Hart House is a living laboratory of social, artistic, cultural and recreational experiences where all voices, rhythms and traditions converge. Hart House has a swimming pool, running track, gym, a full theatre, clubs and committees of all stripes and frequent events.
Ulife is a sophisticated one-stop website listing a large and diverse collection of student clubs, organizations, activities and opportunities on all three campuses. The thousands of entries include film appreciation clubs, debating societies, sports teams, social activism, drop-in classes, and research opportunities and awards.
The University’s Events Calendar contains listings from various departments and groups around campus. It can be hard to navigate, but contains some gems!
As time passes, most students find their own communities in Toronto. The following is a list of good places to start looking for event listings and Toronto-related content.
BlogTO is a web site about Toronto written by a group of obsessed artists, musicians, photographers, politicos, advertising and media types, dancers, tech geeks, food lovers, aspiring film directors, fashionistas and people for the ethical treatment of animals.
Their event calendar and their blog are both excellent resources for Torontonians.
Torontoist‘s scope encompasses absolutely everything interesting related to Toronto, including news, arts, events, culture, transit, politics, photography, public spaces, food, and a whole lot more. Our goal is to capture the tenor and texture of life in the city, to evoke the daily experience of the city in words and images. We try always to be faithful in our rendering of Toronto, and to be fearless in advocating for what we think might make it better.
The City of Toronto’s Events page includes things like festivals, hockey games, charity fundraisers, and much more. The listings are arranged by location, date and price.
Whale, whale whale what do we have here? Halibut a trip down to Ripley’s Aquarium? Come destress with some cute and wacky aquatic creatures on February 26 at 5pm! On top of a self guided tour, there will be a live dive show, touch exhibits, and much more!
Tickets will be sold for $10 in the ICSS office, Innis college room 107, from February 5th to February 12th. The office is open from 10am-5pm, Monday through Thursday. (Having trouble finding the office/unsure of where to go? Feel free to message any one of the first year reps on Facebook, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Don’t miss out on this fin-tastic trip to Ripley’s!
…and if you can think of a better fish pun, just let minnow 😉
Tanks and hope to sea you all there!
You are officially invited to Innis Formal 2019: The Circus of Dreams. Join us at Eglinton Grand for an unforgettable evening: cocktail hour, 3-course dinner, an open bar and a night of fun and dancing. Immerse yourself in the Circus of Dreams and create lasting memories! Cocktail hour starts at 7 PM. Dinner begins at 8 PM.
Tickets will be sold exclusively to Innis students starting on January 28th and ending on February 12th in the ICSS office (Monday-Thursday 10am-5pm). We will also be in the Innis Residence Lobby on February 1st and 8th from 3pm-8pm. Innis students will be able to purchase tickets for themselves and their +1’s. On February 4th, tickets will be available to all students in the ICSS office and Innis residence. All ticket sales will be CASH ONLY.
$30 INNIS STUDENTS (Non-Alcoholic)
$40 INNIS STUDENTS (Alcoholic)
$50 NON-INNIS STUDENTS (Non-Alcoholic)
$60 NON-INNIS GUESTS (Alcoholic)
***There will be WRISTBAND policy strong enforced and only those that purchased the Alcoholic Drink Tickets will be able to partake
Accommodations available. If you have any questions or concerns, please email email@example.com
BLUES TO BATTLE RAMS IN DOWNTOWN SHOWDOWN, PRESENTED BY DUKE OF YORK
The University of Toronto Varsity Blues men’s and women’s basketball teams host the Ryerson Rams in the Downtown Showdown, presented by Duke of York in our Under Armour Games of the Week this Friday, February 1 at Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport.
The women’s game, which will also serve as U of T’s annual Shoot for the Cure event, is set to tip off at 6 p.m., with the men to follow at 8 p.m. Advance tickets are on sale here.
Junior Blues gymnastics is set to perform at halftime of the women’s game after raising over $1,000 at their bake sale last weekend. Also at halftime, Varsity Blues women’s basketball team member Sara Knowles, as well as women’s hockey goalie coach Dave Wakabayashi, will be cutting their hair in support of the cause.
There will be many chances to win great Duke of York prizes and gift certificates!
For more information, scores and highlights on your favourite U of T athletes and teams, please visit www.varsityblues.ca. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, SnaptChat and Facebook for the latest and greatest in Varsity Blues intercollegiate athletics.
U of T students can enter for free with a valid TCard. Faculty, staff, students groups and Dons, please firstname.lastname@example.org to create a memorable experience package for you at our Varsity Blues events.
Looking for something to do during the February 2019 reading week? Look no further!
Check out the Alternative Reading Week.
For more information, visit ccp.utoronto.ca.