Coronavirus: A list of what’s cancelled at UTM
The University of Toronto has cancelled in-person classes at its three campuses as of March 16 due to COVID-19. Many discretionary activities have also been affected.
Here’s a list of activities at U of T Mississauga that have been cancelled or postponed as of Wednesday, March 18 at 2:00 p.m.
- The Recreation, Athletics and Wellness Centre (RAWC) will be closed from March 14 to April 3 (inclusive), based on guidance from the City of Mississauga, Peel Public Health and our U of T campus recreation partners.
- UTM shuttle bus service to St. George and Sheridan will operate on a reduced schedule due to an expected decrease in ridership. Visit the UTM shuttle bus website for the current schedule.
- On-campus food service hours of operation, and operating locations, have changed for March 16 to April 3 (inclusive). Please visit the Hospitality and Retail Services site for a list of open locations and times of operation.
- The Career Centre is postponing/cancelling its events for the month of March. In-person one-on-one activities continue as normal.
- Non-academic activities for the upcoming Exam Jam are being cancelled.
- Residence events are being curtailed.
- The Student Leadership Awards Ceremony is postponed.
- UTM Sustainability Week’s Future Friday events have been cancelled except the 12 p.m.-2 p.m. Climate March keynote speaker Rachel Parent (CCR approved).
- The UTM library is cancelling all remaining Library 101 sessions this term. Please check the library website for updates regarding workshops.
- The Centre for Student Engagement is cancelling or postponing all discretionary events on campus and in the community.
- All March Break activities are cancelled, including: March 29 UTM Open House, March Break Tours, March Break Mentorship, March Break Black Mentorship, College Pathway Days and all campus tours.
- The Best Buddies Hooping it Up event is cancelled.
- The International Women’s Day Lecture by Dr. Nandita Sharma on March 25 is cancelled.
- The International Education Centre has cancelled the following: Language Conversation Circles on March 13, There’s No Planet B on March 17 and Language Conversation Circles on April 3.
- The Department of Anthropology and UTMAS annual undergraduate Anthropology Conference scheduled for April 3 is cancelled.
- The UTM Equity & Inclusion Gala scheduled for March 27 is cancelled.
- The March 30 celebration of Professor Emeritus Josef Svoboda’s appointment to the Order of Canada is cancelled. Organizers hope to reschedule the event for a later date.
- All Wellness Hub programming is cancelled until further notice.
- The April 7 Lecture Me! event, A Land of Her Own: Tales of Three Women Authors from Franco-Canadian Literature by Professor Rosa Hong is cancelled.
- The following Backpack to Briefcase Alumni events are cancelled: Dining etiquette (March 16), Writing a compelling personal statement (March 31).
- One Million Trees on May 2 has been postponed until further notice.
- The UTM Researcher Professional Development Day and Celebration of Books, both on April 23, have been cancelled.
- All UTM Residence's off-campus housing sessions are cancelled.
All shows for the Theatre Erindale production of Much Ado About Nothing (March 19 to 22 and March 27 to 29) are cancelled. Please visit the ticket website for refund information.