Graduate House houses 435 students in 117 fully furnished, three to five bedroom suites. As a building, Graduate House is gender neutral; applicants can choose one single gendered suite, or an all gender suite.
About Our Suites
All our suites come fully furnished.
Single & Double Rooms
We offer both single and double rooms, so you can bunk up, or bunk alone.
Our suites come with a fully stocked kitchen, including a fridge, oven, and microwave.
Our suites have a comfortable living area with a loveseat, armchair, and a kitchen table with 4 chairs.
Graduate House does not offer any dining options in the building nor does it provide a housekeeping service.
Graduate House and the University of Toronto Campus are smoke-free. Smoking/vaping is not allowed anywhere in or around the building, including bedrooms, bathrooms, suites, the common areas, hallways, stairwells, or even outdoors in the courtyard or by the entrances and exits.
Located on UofT campus and on the 24-hr 510 Streetcar route, the 94 Wellesley bus route, and a 5 min walk from Spadina Station. Walk score: 96/100, Transit Score: 100/100, Biker’s Score: 75/100
Available to residents 9:00am to 11:00pm on weekdays and noon to 6:00pm on weekends and statutory holidays. Front desk offers: parcel pick up and mail distribution, cart rental, fee information and more
RAs are experienced graduate students that provide mentorship and support to residents. There are 7 RAs and 1 Head RA.
The Courtyard Common Room (CCR) is equipped with a pool table, ping pong table, study space, a music room, and a theatre room.
Heat, electricity, water, and internet are all included with your residence fee.
SparkleXpress card operated laundry facilities are located on the Courtyard level. The laundry room is equipped with a sink, counter space, an ironing board, and WIFI.
Graduate House is fully air conditioned for those hot and humid Toronto summers.
Study & Meeting Rooms
Graduate House has many study and meeting rooms for resident use.
Living in Graduate House is conveniently located, safe and fun too! Graduate and second-entry students from many faculties at UofT call this place home.