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Located in downtown Toronto, the University of Toronto St. George campus is open to the public to visit.

As of the announcement on April 26, 2022:

“In light of the recent provincial trends, the University will continue its requirement to wear masks in certain settings until June 30, 2022, in accordance with the Joint Provostial and Human Resources Guideline on Face Masks.

Masks will continue to be required in classrooms and in indoor spaces where physical distancing cannot be maintained. The University continues to recommend the use of medical-grade masks where possible.

In addition, individuals in specific circumstances may continue to be required to wear masks in all settings, subject to changes in provincial or federal requirements, such as those who have been recently exposed to COVID-19 or to someone with symptoms.

Even in settings where masks may not be required because physical distancing can be maintained, we ask everyone to always respect the decisions of others, their comfort levels, and health needs. It is vitally important that, even with the easing of provincial measures, we remain vigilant, conscientious, and show kindness to one another.”

If you plan to come to campus, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with UTogether and the Office of the Vice-Provost, Students website.

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There are a variety of ways to get to and travel around U of T’s campuses.

Before coming to Canada, we recommend that international family and friends of students stay up-to-date on guidelines concerning COVID-19’s impact on travel and campus life at U of T.  

If you are outside Canada, you may be required to obtain a visitor visa or other immigration-related documentation before visiting your student at U of T. Your student may be able to support your visitor visa application process by providing a letter of invitation and proof of their enrollment. U of T students may download a Confirmation of Enrollment Letter directly from their ACORN account.   

There are a variety of ways to get to and travel around U of T’s campuses.

Two of the public transportation options accessible via U of T’s St. George campus are Go Transit/Metrolinx (GO) and the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC).  

For information on accessing campus locations using the TTC, please visit U of T’s Transportation Services Public Transit: TTC website.   

For more information on accessing campus locations using the GO, please visit U of T’s Transportation Services Public Transit: GO website.

U of T operates a Campus Shuttle bus for individuals traveling between the Mississauga (UTM) and St. George (UTSG) campuses. For more information about the Campus Shuttle, please visit the Transportation Services website.  

Information regarding on-campus and close-to-campus vehicle parking and bicycle locker locations, parking permits, at U of T St. George Campus can be found through the U of T’s Transportation Services website.

Billy Bishop Airport and Toronto Pearson are two airport options close to U of T. The TTC’s bus, streetcar or subway options may be used to transfer from Billy Bishop to U of T St. George campus. The Union Pearson (UP) Express train and TTC Airport Express Bus may be used when transferring from Toronto Pearson Airport to U of T.