Established in 1967, the University of Toronto Mississauga is the second largest division of the University of Toronto, numbering 15,166 undergraduate students, 848 graduate students, and over 2,300 full time employees. Famous alumni include Dr. Roberta Bondar, filmmaker Richie Mehta, writer/poet Dionne Brand, and Twitter vice-president Kristine Stewart, among others.
U of T faculty received almost 25% of Canada's prestigious research awards over the last 20 years, although they represent only 7% of all Canadian professors. UTM's faculty members have collectively won more Ontario Colleges and Universities Faculty Association (OCUFA) awards for teaching excellence than any other college or organization at the University. Multi-campus opportunities: The Mississauga campus offers many programs and courses identical to those at the St. George (downtown Toronto) campus while others are unique to UTM. Returning students wishing to select courses at the University's other campuses may do so with relative ease, and students regularly use the inter-campus transit to be part of the best activities, performances, tournaments, lectures, and events on all three U of T campuses. Mississauga is conveniently located only 30 kilometres west of downtown Toronto.
The University of Toronto Mississauga is home to over 900 graduate students, both in the research and professional streams. We have more than 40 years of experience supervising graduate students in numerous disciplines, providing training and guidance in their quest for a successful postgraduate career.
Meal plans are required to live in residence and range from $3,100 to $3,700. Summer housing is available. There are 197 spaces, and the cost is $1,895.
While ensuring the student's academic success is the University's main focus, students are also encouraged to get an early start in career investigation and skills development. The Career Centre offers career counseling, career resource library, employment services (summer, contract, part-time and full-time), job-shadowing, resume and interviewing clinics, career development workshops and seminars, employer panels and networking opportunities.
Student athletes interested in the Varsity Blues intercollegiate sport program are encouraged to contact the coach(es) of the sports in which they wish to compete. Our coaches are excellent resources for information on specific sports as well as the university. They can tell you more about our program, explain the college and faculty system, discuss program options and get you in contact with a myriad of other experts who can answer any questions they themselves cannot. They can also get you in touch with current and former Varsity Blues athletes who can tell you about their own experiences while at U of T. A list of coaches and contact information can be found on the Varsity Blues try-outs page.
There are many activities for students at U of T Mississauga. More information on the Blackwood Gallery, Hart House, campus groups, student centre events, and Theatre Erindale can be found here.
There are many student groups and clubs at University of Toronto - Mississauga. A list of student unions and councils, student organizations, student media, and UTM boards can be found here.
Computer use is an integral part of a University of Toronto at Mississauga education. There are student computer labs in all major academic buildings, a large 24-hour centre, and data jacks in every campus residence. This level of access makes it easy to use lecture notes and library resources on-line, and to participate in chat sessions with faculty and classmates about specific courses or issues.
Students with physical or learning disabilities find UTM supportive, accessible and welcoming. A professional staff offers adaptive testing support and referral services to interpreters, technological aids, readers and note-takers. Interested prospective students should contact this service early within the application process for a needs assessment, at 905-569-4699 (voice or TDD/TTY).
Walking tours of the UTM campus are available on weekdays year-round. Each tour lasts approximately one hour. During the academic year visitors also have the option of sitting-in on a lecture before or after the tour.
The most convenient way to make a reservation is by completing the on-line form found here.
Modified on August 23, 2022