St. Michael’s College
St. Michael’s College is one of the largest colleges in the Faculty of Arts & Science. With over 20 buildings on 12 acres, St. Michael’s is a veritable oasis on the historic east side of campus, within the bustle of downtown Toronto. The college is rich in tradition and boasts some of the most spectacular architecture on the St. George campus. St. Michael’s College offers students of every background membership in a community that values and nurtures the intellectual, moral and spiritual development of all of its members. From award-winning instructors, competitive athletic programs, student government, and a dedication to social justice through the chaplaincy office, St. Michael’s is committed to preparing students for the challenges that await them beyond the college walls. St. Michael’s College also hosts interdisciplinary programs in Book and Media Studies, Celtic Studies, Christianity and Culture, Concurrent Teacher Education and Mediaeval Studies. These programs are open to all students in the Faculty of Arts & Science.
SIZE: 4,600 students
DATE FOUNDED: 1852
- Caroline Brooks, singer and Juno Award winner
- Morley Callaghan, novelist and playwright
- Tony Comper, banker and philanthropist
- Lori Dupuis, Olympic Gold Medalist in Ice Hockey
- The Right Honourable Paul Martin, former Prime Minister of Canada
Scholarships and Awards
St. Michael's College offers over 225 scholarships, with values up to $3,500. Most are based on academic excellence but some take into account extracurricular involvement and/or financial need. Generous assistance is available for students with demonstrated financial need.