The University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC) is the only University of Toronto campus that offers a co-op program; this coupled with a nationally renowned business program makes UTSC home to a community of active learners drawn from all over the globe.


UTSC currently has an enrollment of 11,825 students,
including 3077 international students from nearly 80 countries.

Centennial College

Centennial College is the largest publicly funded college in Ontario, established in 1966, primarily serving the eastern portion of the Greater Toronto Area through four campuses and seven satellite locations, including the Morningside Campus. Offering more than 120 applied degrees in business, communication arts, science and engineering technology, health sciences, Centennial College is recognized as one of the most culturally diverse post-secondary institutions in Ontario.


Centennial College supports enrollments of 3, 600 full-time students at this campus.



Area Amenities

  • 3 min walk to University of Toronto Scarborough
  • 1 min walk to Centennial College
  • 6 min walk to 2015 Toronto Pan Am Games Sports Centre
  • 8 min walk to Centenary Plaza and Rouge Valley Centenary Hospital
  • 2 min drive to HWY 401
  • 3 min drive to Wal-Mart and Cineplex Cinema
  • 8 min drive to Lake Ontario
  • 23 min drive to downtown Toronto (Yonge and Bloor)

A Master Plan is Unfolding

University of Toronto Scarborough Campus is rapidly expanding, with a grand vision and masterplan over the next 25 years. UTSC will bolster its position as a robust pillar in the tri-campus system of the University of Toronto.


2014. Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre: $248,000,000
2015. U of T Environmental Sci. & Chemistry Building: $65,120,000
2016. Student Life Centre: $81,600,000
2017. Hotel & Conference Centre: $29,200,000
2018. Centre for the Arts: $45,000,000