Graduate House Applicant List – 2017-2018
Given demand for space at Graduate House, we receive more applications for September admission than we can accommodate. However, we make offers on a continuing basis into the academic year as some applicants decline earlier offers, and when current residents graduate or otherwise move out. When the list is first posted in early July, you may find that you can move up the list quickly due to the initial number of people who elect to withdraw their application.
If Graduate House is your absolute preferred housing option while you attend UofT, we strongly encourage you to keep your application active with us by remaining on our Applicant List. Spaces open up throughout the academic year, and staying on our Applicant List maintains your priority relative to other applicants.
Use your GH Applicant Code to determine your place in relation to other applicants in the list below. If you have not received your GH Code, please contact the Graduate House office by email and we can provide you with that information. Offers of residence will be made in the same order as the list, starting at the top. Your position on the list will change as offers are given out or if students withdraw their applications; we update the list weekly.
If, prior to receiving an offer from us, you wish to withdraw your application to Graduate House, simply advise us by e-mail (include your full name and Student ID number) and we will be pleased to refund your Application Deposit to your credit card. As outlined in our online Application, your Application Deposit becomes non-refundable once we make you an offer of residence, and is either applied to your Graduate House Occupancy Fees (if you move in) or forfeited (if you decline, do not respond, or do not move in). Please note cancelling your interest on MyRes does not cancel your supplementary application to Graduate House; you must contact us directly to cancel your application and avoid forfeiture of your deposit.
We aim to update the list every Friday.
Last Updated: December 8, 2017