During the pandemic, on-campus services and spaces may be available in a limited capacity. If you are heading to campus, make sure to check if the building is open first.
There are a few precautions to take before you come to campus for a class.
Complete a self-assessment using UCheck: The day before you plan to be on campus, use UCheck, U of T’s self-assessment portal to make sure that you are safe to come to campus based on the latest public health guidelines.
Pick up your U of T mask: Non-medical masks are mandatory indoors on campus. This applies to hallways, cafeterias, libraries and most classrooms. You can pick up your U of T masks from various locations on campus.
On-Campus Student Spaces
There are limited study spaces open on campus. Check the links below for more information about the spaces.
- U of T Libraries: Some libraries may be open to students who need access to study spaces, or need to use a computer terminal and wifi. To find out which libraries are open, visit the library pages for Robarts Library and Gerstein Science Information Centre.
- The Colleges: Check with your College Registrar’s Office to find out what is open.
- Hart House: Visit the Hart House website to find spaces that may be open.
- Sports & Recreation: The Athletic Centre, Goldring Centre, Varsity Centre and Back Campus Fields may be open for limited services. Visit their website for details.
- Student Life: For updates on Health & Wellness, Accessibility Services and other services available to students, visit the Student Life website.