Live At
Graduate House

Accepting applications for the 2024 – 2025 contract period!

Living in Graduate House is not only convenient because of the location, it is safe and fun too! Graduate and second-entry students from many faculties at U of T call this place home.

About Us

Housed in one of Toronto’s architectural landmarks, Graduate House is the only residence of U of T reserved exclusively for masters and doctoral-level students, and with second-entry professional faculties.

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Why Graduate House is better
than off-campus housing

Central Location

We are centrally located in downtown Toronto.

On campus

We are conveniently located on campus.


A trustworthy team that cares about the student experience.

fully furnished

All our units come fully furnished.

All Utilities included

Electricity, water, heat, air conditioning, internet are all included in our costs.

Great ProgramMing

We offer exclusive programs and services for residents.

Amazing staff

Our staff are friendly, knowledgeable, and student-focused.

Who lives in Graduate House?




Second entry




Construction in Progress!

The Harbord Residence Project envisions a mix of single rooms and self-contained studios that would help meet the rapidly growing demand for U of T graduate student housing options. 

If there are any emergency issues with the project site, please contact U of T Campus Safety at: 416-978-2323 (Non-Urgent); 416-978-2222 (Urgent). The company managing the demolition phase of the project is the Tri-Phase Group and can be contacted at: 905-823-7965.

Land Acknowledgment

We wish to acknowledge this land on which Graduate House and the University of Toronto operates. For thousands of years it has been the traditional land of the Huron-Wendat, the Seneca and, most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit River. Today, this meeting place is still the home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work on this land.