You may need to find accommodation in Toronto for the duration of your studies.

There are several options available, alongside private rentals.

Where you can get help and support

The U of T Off-Campus Housing Service

U of T Housing


On campus housing options

Dentistry Fraternity house: The Xi Psi Phi Alumni House (or ZIP House)

Contact: Nima Khosraviani, House Manager Nima.khosraviani@mail.utoronto.ca

Cost range: $600 per month from September through April (utilities not included)

  • Limited single rooms in co-ed student housing for dental students
  • Wireless internet (approximately $110 for the year)
  • Pool table, leather couches, and large screen TV in a common TV room
  • Full kitchen with dishes, pots, pans and cutlery
  • Coin-operated washer and dryer on-site
  • Maid service – common areas and bathrooms professionally cleaned every week
  • Back-yard barbeques
  • Back-yard parking

Loretto College (females only) 

Cost range: $12,650 - $13,250 for academic year September – April (meal plan included)

  • All-female, dormitory-style residence
  • Double rooms are available for first-year students, and single rooms for senior students
  • Two double rooms share an ensuite washroom, single rooms have a sink in the room and share a common washroom
  • “All you care to eat” meal plan
  • Residence programming includes Big and Little Sister mentorship, fusion talent nights, spa nights, formal dinners, and much more
  • Located on the east side of campus, steps to the Royal Ontario Museum and Yorkville neighbourhood

Student Family Housing 

Cost range: $796 - $1,305 a month depending on size/style of apartment (no meal plan included)

  • Unfurnished private one and two bedroom apartments
  • Month-to-month rental
  • Priority given to those residing with their dependent children and for childless couples in a permanent relationship
  • On-site childcare centre with subsidized space for parents and their children (age five years and under) to meet and socialize
  • Children's playground and rooftop garden
  • Free Store, where residents can pick up donated used goods, including household items, clothing, toys and books
  • Recreation and activity rooms
  • Extensive recreational and educational programming available for both adults and children, such as resource fairs, an annual garden party, Earth Hour, yoga and dance classes, field trips, and much more
  • On the east side of campus, steps to Yonge Street


Independent Residences 

The following are independently owned and operated residences. The University assumes no responsibility in regard to agreements entered into by students/residents with these residences. 

Knox College 

Cost range (2018-19): $11,560 - $13,300 depending on room (includes full meal plan) 

  • Furnished, co-ed with same gender floors and shared bathroom
  • Library on-site
  • TV lounge, games room, internet
  • Coin-laundry, weekly housekeeping and linen service
  • Located on campus, close to St. George subway station. 

Massey College

Cost range (2018-19): $13,500 (includes all meals)

Available for graduate and undergraduate Junior Fellows (application only – apply in April or May)

  • Furnished single rooms with shared bathroom
  • Internet, TV lounge, games room
  • Coin-laundry, weekly housekeeping
  • Located on campus, close to St. George subway station. 

Gradhouse (graduate students only)

Cost range: $893 - $1,305 per month

  • Only accommodation exclusively for masters- and doctoral-level students, along with the second-entry professional Faculties
  • Co-ed, suite-style accommodation for single students sharing same-gender
  • Three and four person, furnished suites
  • Regular activities, groups and workshops and a wide range of events including weekly movies and coffee nights, courtyard brunches, and parties.

Wycliffe College (graduate students only)

Cost range (2018-19): Single: $10,900

  • Furnished single rooms, co-ed with same gender floors
  • Internet, games room, TV lounge
  • Coin-laundry
  • Mandatory 12-week meal plan
  • Located on campus, close to Museum station. 

CampusOne Student Residence 

Cost range: check the CampusOne website for details 

  • Fully furnished
  • 3-meal food program
  • 24/7 on-site security
  • Internet, arcade and video game lounges, ping pong lounge, penthouse level skylounge, movie theatres, fitness centre, yoga and dance studio
  • Communal and quiet study lounges
  • Communal kitchens
  • Located on campus, close to Queen’s Park subway station.