St. George Campus Highlights
Gerstein Science Information Centre
The largest science and health science academic library in Canada, the Gerstein Library has a collection of over 945,000 print volumes of journals and books and provides access to over 100,000 online journals and books. The collection consists of material on the health sciences, medicine, physics, chemistry, biology and their subfields. The library was U of T’s main library until 1973 when the humanities and social sciences materials were moved to the Robarts Library. In 1997, the Science and Medicine Library was renamed the Gerstein Science Information Centre after a significant donation from the Frank Gerstein Charitable Foundation.
7 Hart House Circle
Hart House is the student centre at St. George. There are more than 30 clubs and committees that you can join and tickets can be purchased for events at reduced prices. The centre has a pool, a running track, and several gyms. UTM shuttle bus tickets can be purchased from the Hub and the shuttle stops in front of Hart House.
55 Harbord Street
The Athletic Centre is a large health and fitness facility located on campus. It has an
indoor running track, sports courts, pools, fitness classes, and many other activities. All
UofT students are automatically members.
St. George Health & Wellness Centre
214 College Street (entrance on St George Street)
Located in the Koffler Centre, the Health & Wellness Centre provides a multitude of health-related services. TB testing and some vaccinations are free of charge.
St. George Bookstore
214 College Street
Also located in the Koffler Centre, the Bookstore is where most book purchases can be made.
Centre for International Experience
33 St. George Street
The CIE helps international students make the transition to living in Canada.
News & Announcements
The Master of Science in Biomedical Communications is delighted to share that Michael Corrin has...
Alumna Carolyn Teare-Richardson (BScAAM ‘79) passed away on July 6, 2018 at the age of...
Joanna Liang’s(MScBMC 1T7) reconstruction of Habelia optata at the Royal Ontario Museum’s “Spiders: Fear & Fascination”...