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University College

Established in 1853, University College is committed to the non-sectarian, socially inclusive education of undergraduate students. The College's reputation for high academic standards and sustained community engagement continue to inspire our students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends. University College is home to four academic programs including Health Studies, Canadian Studies, the Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies and the UC Drama Program. The College is also the home of the University of Toronto Art Centre, a public art gallery that maintains a permanent collection of more than 5,000 works of Canadian and international art. Read more.




The experience I have had at University College has been extraordinary. From the Lit to the College administration to the UC off-campus community, the College has been instrumental in shaping my degree.

The edMy collaboration with Principal Ainslie has been particularly memorable. We both took a strong interest in the Building Revitalization's goal to increase accessibility and enhance study areas at UC. And together we believe the project will create spaces that truly serve the needs of all students.

My involvement and the success of the project are possible in large part thanks to support from donors like you. For this, I am incredibly grateful.

Daman Singh
Vice-President, University College Literary & Athletic Society, 2016-2017
Bachelor of Arts, 2019, University College

Area of Greatest Need

This fund helps University College respond quickly to pressing and unforeseen financial need through initiatives like emergency student aid or support for student academic counseling.

Building Revitalization Project

This fund will renew our beloved building with heritage and functionality in mind. We will restore classrooms, install state-of-the-art audio-visual systems, improve accessibility for students with mobility challenges, and breathe new life into the library.

Student Scholarships & Financial Aid

This fund provides our UC Registrar with additional funds to support students in financial need, to reward student academic excellence and to recruit the top students to University College.

Canadian Studies

This fund is used, at the discretion of the Director of Canadian Studies, to support students, speakers’ series, academic courses and programming to enhance the student experience.

Health Studies

This fund is used, at the discretion of the Director of Health Studies, to support students, speakers’ series, academic courses and programming to enhance the student experience.

Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies

This fund is used, at the discretion of the Director of the Bonham Centre for SDS, to support students, speakers’ series, academic courses and conferences to enhance the student experience.

UC Drama Program

This fund is used, at the discretion of the Director of UC Drama Program, to support students, production costs, visiting artists, academic courses and programming to enhance the student experience.

University of Toronto Art Centre (UTAC)

This fund is used by the Director of UTAC, to enhance the students’ experience through access to art and to care for the permanent collection of 5,000+ works of art.

UC Writing Centre

This fund will enable UC to offer students additional one-on-one writing appointments to help them improve their academic writing and other forms of writing. Student demand always exceeds available appointments.

Cognitive Science

This fund is used by the Director of Cognitive Science to provide students with enhanced learning experiences as they seek to better understand the cognitive structure and neurophysiological basis of perception, language, learning, reasoning, and consciousness in both biological and machine information-processing systems.

UC One

This fund is used by the Coordinator of UC One to provide first-year students with experiential learning opportunities in the community as they explore topics related to health, culture, citizenship, and sexuality. Donations also fund a series of guest lectures and workshops to prepare first-year students for success at university.

Senior Common Room Fund

This fund is used for the advancement of research dissemination and collaboration by supporting events associated with the UC Senior Common Room.

First Nations Exchange Project

This fund will cover costs associated with the First Nations Exchange Project in which students in the Health Studies Program will visit a First Nations Reserve to learn about Aboriginal health in partnership with Aboriginal youth and a partner community of First Nations peoples.

Alumni of Influence Student Sponsorship

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Toronto ON M5S 3J3