The UTSC campus is more than a collection of classrooms and laboratories, and life at UTSC extends beyond teaching and research. Founded on a site of significant natural heritage and habitat, UTSC engages students, faculty, staff and the community through sports, recreation and an appreciation of our natural environment.
UTSC and the community benefit from this state-of-the-art facility that features two Olympic-size pools, a diving tank and field house, and is one of the single largest investments ever made in amateur sport development in Canada.
As a legacy of the TO2015 Games, the space used to present modern pentathlon has been converted into two play fields.
That’s the idea behind these routes in and around UTSC, mapped by staff in the Department of Athletics & Recreation. An urban campus on the edge of nature, UTSC and its surrounding environs offer ample opportunities to take a break.
A focal point of student life located in the heart of the campus, the UTSC Student Centre opened in 2004 during UTSC’s 40th Anniversary celebrations.
UTSC has a deep tennis tradition, with strong participation from students, staff, faculty and the community and as the home of Varsity Blues Tennis.