Aquatics

aQUATICS

Join us for Aquatics at UTM starting September 12, 2022!

Great news! Our eight-lane, 25 metre pool will be set up to offer recreational swimming opportunities, swimming lessons for various age groups and women’s only swim programs. Visit our master calendar to see which aquatic programs fit with your schedule.

Aquatic Programs at UTM

  • yellow innertube in a pool
  • lifeguards standing in a line
  • swimming doing freestyle inside of pool
  • children blowing bubbles in the pool
  • male lifeguard adjusting the vest for male swimmer
  • lane swimming

Additional Features of our Pool

  • Shallow End
    There is a variable depth shallow end which will be adjusted depending on the needs of the programs. Please refer to the Recreational Swim Schedule to see the availability of the shallow end.
  • Accessibility
    All swim courses and programs are fully accessible. The change rooms are fully accessible and enter directly onto the pool deck. We are equipped with a lift for the mobility impaired, which can access either the spa or the pool.
  • Spa
    There is a whirlpool on the pool deck that will be available for use whenever there is fitness swimming or fun swim scheduled. It will be available for women only during women's-only swim hours.

For more information about our aquatic opportunities please email us at rawcwelcome@utoronto.ca

UTM Pool Rules

To ensure a pleasant experience for swimmers, please note that this facility is open to all students and RAWC members regardless of ability, race, gender, sexuality or age. The following rules are intended to create a welcoming and safe environment for all. We appreciate your cooperation.

PLEASE DO

PLEASE DO NOT

  • Shower using warm water and soap.
  • Select a lane appropriate to your own speed, where possible.
  • Always remain aware of your surroundings while swimming.
  • Swim in a circular loop, following the pattern as outlined on the lane swim signs
  • Feel free to rest at the ends of a double lane.
  • Feel free to bring your own swimming equipment (hand paddles, pull buoys, and kickboards).
  • Exit the pool immediately at the closest side upon hearing one long whistle blast.
  • Enter the pool if you have not showered using warm water and soap.
  • Take any photos or videos. Photography and videography, including the use of camera phones, are prohibited in all facilities.
  • Pollute the water in the pool in any manner. Spitting, spouting of water and blowing the nose in the pool or on the deck are prohibited.
  • Bring any glass containers onto the deck or into the pool, change rooms or viewing gallery.
  • Wear outdoor shoes on deck.