Woodsworth is the largest of the seven colleges on the St. George campus, but with all the programs, services, and student activities here, there’s something for all students to feel they belong. Woodsworth College holds a special place at the University of Toronto. Founded in 1974 to provide a pathway for part-time and non-traditional students to pursue a university education, the College now enjoys a blend of full, part-time, straight from high school, and mature students. Many Woodsworth students enter via our Millie Rotman Shime Academic Bridging Program or the Diploma to Degree program. Our innovative Woodsworth One program now has two thematic streams: Order and Disorder and Popular Culture. The College is home to the large and popular Summer Study Abroad program, as well as several professional certificate programs. We enjoy a close working relationship with two affiliated centres, Criminology and Sociolegal Studies, and the Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources, and we share some of our social and study spaces with our neighbours in Rotman Commerce. Academic support services in the College include the Academic Writing Centre, Math Aid Centre, and a computer lab. Kruger Hall Commons is a popular space for meetings, quiet study, or a cup of coffee with friends.
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