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  2. University College, Toronto - Wikipedia,_Toronto

    University College is a constituent college of the University of Toronto, created in 1853 specifically as an institution of higher learning free of religious affiliation. [citation needed] It was the founding member of the university's modern collegiate system, and its non-denominationalism contrasted with contemporary colleges at the time, such as Trinity College and St. Michael's College ...

  3. University of Toronto Libraries - Wikipedia

    The University of Toronto Libraries system is the largest academic library in Canada and is ranked third among peer institutions in North America, behind only Harvard and Yale. The system consists of 44 libraries located on University of Toronto's three university campuses: St. George (downtown Toronto), Mississauga and Scarborough.

  4. University of Toronto Mississauga - Wikipedia

    The University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM), also known as U of T Mississauga, is a satellite campus of the University of Toronto located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.The campus opened in 1967 as Erindale College, set upon the valley of the Credit River, approximately 33 km west of Downtown Toronto.

  5. University of Toronto Schools - Wikipedia

    University of Toronto Schools was founded in 1910 as a "practice school", also known as a laboratory school, for the University of Toronto's Faculty of Education.: 35 As originally conceived and reflected in its present name, UTS was intended to be a collection of at least two schools, one of which would enroll female students.

  6. University Theatre (Toronto) - Wikipedia

    The University Theatre was for several decades one of the premier movie cinemas in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was located at 100 Bloor Street West along the Mink Mile, just west of Bay Street in an area that was once home to a number of cinemas, most notably the Uptown Theatre, and was a centre for the Toronto International Film Festival.

  7. University of Toronto Faculty of Arts and Science - Wikipedia

    The Faculty of Arts & Science is a division of the University of Toronto (U of T) which offers arts and science teaching and research institutions. With almost 27,000 undergraduate and 3,000 graduate students, Arts & Science represents over half the student population on the downtown campus.

  8. McMaster University - Wikipedia

    The new university, housed in McMaster Hall in Toronto, was sponsored by the Baptist Convention of Ontario and Quebec as a sectarian undergraduate institution for its clergy and adherents. The first courses—initially limited to arts and theology leading to a BA degree—were taught in 1890, and the first degrees were conferred in 1894.

  9. Toronto Varsity Blues - Wikipedia

    The Toronto Varsity Blues is the intercollegiate sports program at the University of Toronto. Its 43 athletic teams regularly participate in competitions held by Ontario University Athletics and U Sports. The Varsity Blues traces its founding to 1877, with the formation of the men's football team.