Graduate House provides residents with the best location, community, and value for graduate students at the University of Toronto. We strive to keep our rates competitive and offer so much more than our competitors off campus.
Graduate House Fees
All fees are charged monthly and are pro-rated to reflect both your offer date and your move-out date. If you are a University of Toronto student, your fees are charged directly to your ACORN account. No damage deposit is required. Non-University of Toronto students are required to pay their monthly fees via certified cheque or money order and are required to provide a $400 refundable damage deposit upon move-in. Please note that the refundable balance of this deposit will be repaid via cheque within six (6) to eight (8) weeks after move-out.
All residents are charged first and last month's occupancy fee upon move-in. The last month's deposit is held until your final month and no interest is paid on this deposit.
Graduate House provides 3 room type options. All residents of Graduate House will receive heat, light, water, internet, and air conditioning as amenities for no additional charge. Cable television and telephone service is the responsibility of the resident. Occupancy fees are set through to the end of August, and are subject to change at that time.
Please note that Graduate House is an officially designated university residence and therefore its residents are not eligible for the renters' tax credit under the Ontario tax code.
Regular Single Bedroom
One occupant in a standard-size bedroom within a shared suite. This is the most common type of room we have in Graduate House.
$1,168 per month
Regular Double Bedroom
Two same-gendered occupants in a large bedroom within a shared suite. Applicants whose priority is to live in a double room must recognize that sharing a double room requires a heightened commitment to flexibility and compromise; applicants with inflexible or overly specific requirements about their bedroom living space are discouraged from applying to live in a double room.
Please note that for Fall 2020, Regular Double Rooms will not be available due to COVID-19 restrictions.
$893 per month
Premium Single Bedroom
One occupant in a larger bedroom within a shared suite. Premium singles are either up to 20% larger than a regular single bedroom, and/or have more storage space.
$1,305 per month
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For payment deadlines visit: http://www.fees.utoronto.ca
There are a number of important documents that you should read and understand. Below you will find a listing of important documents at Graduate House. If you have questions, please speak to a Graduate House staff member.
The Occupant Agreement is an agreement between the University of Toronto and you, as the resident of Graduate House. In this document you will find information on eligibility, responsibilities of the University, responsibilities of the resident, withdrawals, rules, appeals, fees, and much more. Make sure to read this over carefully.
The Suite Inventory Form (Schedule A) is a form that the resident fills out upon move in. The form helps the resident identify any deficiencies with their room and suite in terms of furniture, minor damage, and inventory of items present. The form is to be completed, signed, and returned to the Graduate House Office within one (1) week of moving into Graduate House.
Your network connection is provided for you in support of your academic objectives and requirements. As such, there are certain rules and regulations that you need to be aware of when using the Graduate House Network.
If you are a University of Toronto student, your application fee will be reflected as a $100 credit (CR) on your ACORN account. Your Overall Balance on your ACORN account will then be displayed as owing $100 less, but this credit is specially earmarked so that it can only be applied to Graduate House charges. Please be careful to not underpay your tuition charges by $100.
Click the link above for a detailed explanation.