Located at the gateway to the University of Toronto at the corner of St. George and Bloor Streets, Woodsworth College is a warm and inviting learning environment for students, especially those commuting to campus. The college features a blend of Victorian and modern architecture with two courtyards, a café, study and meeting space, and extensive computing facilities. Woodsworth College encourages academic success and active participation in university and community life.
The Woodsworth College residence boasts suite-style apartments with private bedrooms, shared modern kitchens and bathrooms. The residence features an enclosed courtyard with patio, 24-hour security, high-speed internet access, fitness equipment, air conditioning and modern laundry facilities.
Students of Woodsworth College are found in all academic programs offered by the Faculty of Arts & Science. Woodsworth also sponsors undergraduate academic programs in Criminology, Employment Relations and international study abroad courses.
SIZE: 6,000 students
DATE FOUNDED: 1974
- Rohinton Mistry, author
- William Blair, Chief of Police, City of Toronto
- William Waters, entrepreneur and philanthropist
- Zanana Akande, former provincial cabinet minister
- Jean Augustine, former member of Parliament
Scholarships and Awards
Woodsworth offers numerous needs-based and merit-based admission awards and scholarships. The flagship Peter F. Bronfman Gold scholarship and Bronfman Leadership awards provide several awards from $5,000 - $10,000 to graduating students. In addition, the college makes awards available to students in the Summer Abroad program as well as generous bursary support for students who demonstrate financial need.