Established in 1967 along the banks of the Credit River, U of T Mississauga’s original campus was modest: one building, 28 faculty members and 155 students. Today, we are U of T’s second largest campus and a university in our own right with 26 buildings, 740 faculty and staff members and 12,500 students.
Located in the heart of one of Canada’s most powerful metropolitan hubs, U of T Mississauga is a place where talent and ideas converge. We believe solutions to global challenges begin at home—and so, we promote innovation, inspire creativity and develop talent locally for the benefit of our region, our country and our world.
As always, we will keep the needs of our community in our sightlines, as we seek $60 million in private-sector funding to support our tireless pursuit of excellence.
20/02/2014 - 09:54
Patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) often suffer the challenging side effects of drug regimens that may not have any impact, says Jayson Parker, PhD, a lecturer at U of T...
13/02/2014 - 14:50
Bats – winged creatures that hunt in the night. For some, it’s the stuff of nightmares. But for new U of T Mississauga professor John Ratcliffe, bats are one of nature’s wonders...