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Hart House

7 Hart House Circle
Toronto, ON.  M5S 3H3


Hart House is the co-curricular centre of the University of Toronto: a place that welcomes both campus and community to explore cultural, intellectual and recreational activities. Aside from a wide array of events, lectures, live music and performances, Hart House offers classes for every interest from film making and acting to archery and dance.

Open 365 days a year, the facilities include a range of impressive rooms for study, dining, recreation and socialising, a modern athletics and aquatics facility, a satellite farm location, the acclaimed Justina M. Barnicke Art Gallery, a dynamic theatre, complete wedding, meeting and event services as well as the top-rated Gallery Grill restaurant all housed within a stunning, neo-Gothic building.

Commissioned in 1911 by Vincent Massey, Hart House was completed in 1919 and gifted to the University of Toronto as a gathering place for students.

The 519

The 519 Church Street Community Centre
519 Church Street
Toronto, ON. M4Y 2C9


The 519 is the hub of community life in Toronto's diverse Church and Wellesley Village. For over 35 years, The 519 has been working with its neighbours and its lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer (LGBTQ) communities to build healthy, welcoming spaces to meet, participate and celebrate together.

With the support of its staff team, The 519's communities identify and implement solutions to emerging issues through award-winning programs and services, and with the leadership of volunteers, over 80 community-led programs provide peer support, social, recreational, arts and cultural opportunities in The 519's public meeting spaces.

University College

15 King's College Circle
Toronto, ON M5S 3H7

University College, the founding college of the University of Toronto, is a community built on a long history of non-sectarian education and research that challenges students to excel intellectually and prepares you to engage in the wider world.

University College has been independent of organized religion since its foundation in 1853, serving as a beacon for all those who seek an open education.   It continues to celebrate diversity, religious or otherwise, in everything it does.

The College is the home of professors from a range of disciplines who are not only leading researchers in their fields, but also committed to undergraduate education.  Alongside its support for students studying in the many programs available through the Faculty of Arts and Science, the College also sponsors three interdisciplinary undergraduate programs – Canadian Studies, Cognitive Science, and Health Studies – and UC One, a set of small seminars for first-year students.  The College is also affiliated with the Centre for Drama, Theatre, and Performance Studies and the Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies.