Letters received through Canada Post are delivered directly to a student's unit and/or mailbox.
- South Residence (Aspen, Birch, Cedar, Dogwood, Elm, Fir, Greypine, Hickory, Ironwood Halls) - letters are delivered to the door of each house
- North Residence (Juniper, Koa, Larch Maple Halls) - letters are delivered to community mailboxes behind Larch Hall. Only the students living in each house have access to their house mailbox.
Joan Foley Hall - letters are delivered to community mailboxes located in the lobby of Foley Hall. Only the students living in each house have access to their house mailbox.
- Packages/parcels are delivered to the Student Housing & Residence Life office. We will notify the student via their official University of Toronto email that they have received a package and it will be the responsibility of the student to obtain the parcel at their earliest convenience. Packages or parcels not retreived after one week will be returned to the sender. We do not accept parcels for students not currently living in residence.
Provide the address below in order to receive a package.
Aspen Hall, Birch Hall, Cedar Hall, Dogwood Hall, Elm Hall, Grey Pine Hall, Hickory Hall and Ironwood Hall
Juniper Hall, Koa Hall, Larch Hall and Maple Hall
|Joan Foley Hall|
Unit #: (e.g. H-8-I)
1295 Military Trail
Unit #: (e.g. J-7-F)
1235 Military Trail
Unit #: (e.g. FH 308)
1295 Military Trail
Local Postal Outlets
Highland Creek Guardian Drugs & Postal Outlet
364 Old Kingston Rd
Toronto, Ontario, M1C 1B0
MAC’s Centenary Postal Outlet
2872 Ellesmere Rd. (Nielson & Ellesmere)
West Hill Pharmacy Inc and Postal Outlet
4410 Kingston Rd.
Toronto, Ontario, M1E 2N0
Shoppers Drug Mart Postal Outlet
Scarborough Town Centre
What happens to my mail after I leave residence?
When you leave residence, either for a session or upon graduation, it is your responsibility to update all contacts of your new address. The Student Housing Office will not keep or store mail for students once they have left residence, all mail and/or packages will be marked Returned to Sender and sent back to Canada Post. For more information on how to change your address and redirect your mail,please visit the Canada Post website.