North Building/Deerfield Hall
Originally built in 1966, the North Building was the first building on the campus when U of T Mississauga first opened with an enrollment of 400 students. Today, a portion of the building has been transformed and renamed to Deerfield Hall. This building houses various classrooms, lecture rooms, technology labs, and meeting and study spaces. It is also easily accessible through the "Five Minute Walk" pathway and is very close to Erindale Hall and Oscar Peterson Hall. North Building is currently undergoing updates and renovation to include academic offices and new classroom space.
Food Services include: Northside Bistro
For hours of operation, please click here.
Below are a few examples of our classroom space:
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For a map of the Campus showing the location of our buildings please click here.