Our Heritage


The University of Toronto Scarborough’s modern campus features award-winning contemporary teaching, research, study and living spaces designed by some of Canada’s most noted 21st-century architects, including Moriyama and Teshima, Diamond and Schmitt, Bryan MacKay-Lyons, Dunlop Partners, and Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg. Over the decades, UTSC has retained the intimate nature and respect for the environment that marked its earliest developments: the Miller Lash House and the Andrews Building.

Meeting place skylight

Andrews Building

The Science and Humanities Wings—also known as the Andrews Building—are the foundation of the University of Toronto Scarborough. 

Miller Lash House

The Miller Lash House

Nestled in the Highland Creek Valley off Kingston Road, is a century-old retreat that is one of the finest of few surviving intact examples of Arts and Crafts style in Canada.