Last updated Thursday, July 8, 2021.
Health and safety
Academics and registration
- How do I get a TCard and activate my UTORid?
- Where can I study on campus?
- How will UTM offer Fall 2021 courses?
- Where can I find help with planning my courses?
- How can I prepare for online learning?
Campus facilities and services
- Can I access buildings on campus?
- Are there food services available on campus?
- Is the UTM Library open?
- Can I access the UTM Bookstore?
- Is the UTM Shuttle Bus running, or can I take public transit to campus?
- Can I park my car on campus? How can I buy a parking permit?
- Is Shipping and Receiving still functioning on campus?
Looking for information about Student Housing & Residence Life? Please visit the Information for Students page.
Provincial regulation and public health guidance now require that post-secondary institutions implement COVID-19 health screening for anyone coming to campus. In order to comply with these directives, a self-assessment is now required for all members of our community, including faculty members, librarians, staff, and students, each day they visit any one of the three U of T campuses or any other property owned or operated by U of T.
There are two ways that individuals can complete the required self-assessment and generate a risk status each time they come to U of T: by using UCheck, or by completing a paper-based or offline self-assessment log.
Accessible via web browsers on computers, tablets, and smartphones, UCheck is the easiest and most secure way to complete the required self-assessment and generate a COVID-19 risk status prior to coming to U of T. Once generated, this risk status will recommend whether individuals should visit campus in person. More details on how to use UCheck, including how we are keeping self-assessment data private, are available in the FAQs on the UCheck website.
You must obtain a TCard and activate your UTORid in order to access online classes, your UTM email (@mail.utoronto.ca), residence meal plans, library services and more.
Please visit the TCard Services information page for detailed instructions on this process or to access assistance from the Information & Instructional Technology team.
In line with public health and U of T safety guidelines, the UTM Library offers students a place where they can feel secure and focus on their studies.
- The main floor of the library is closed until further notice, effective Friday, April 23, 2021.
Students or faculty may visit the following monitored, designated classrooms:
- Meeting Place (Glassed-in area)
- IB 335 (IMI professional masters students)
Capacity limits are in place, users will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms and must sign-in, and masking and physical distancing protocols must be followed.
A large number of courses will be offered remotely, with select opportunities for dual-delivery and in-person only courses.
- Course offerings can be found on the Timetable website
- Course and program information can be found in the Academic Calendar
- Book advising appointments through AskRegistrar
- IMI graduate students should refer to the IMI Course Page for updates
- Learn more about UTM’s commitment to graduating students (2021-2022)
- Important dates and deadlines can be found on the Office of the Registrar website
Options for Online and In-Person Learning
When course enrolment begins, students, faculty, instructors and TAs can be assured that the delivery mode of their course will be completed as they were originally scheduled (i.e., remote course will be completed remotely; in-person will be completed in-person, pending restrictions).
The university has focused on creating a flexible model to ensure that dual-delivery or in-person only courses can adapt, if needed, to prioritize the safety of our community based on the recommendations of the provincial public health experts as the COVID-19 pandemic evolves in the coming months.
Getting Ready for Online Learning
The University of Toronto is welcoming many of its new and returning students to online learning this year. Whether you are new to U of T or a returning student, you may be looking for advice on how to be successful while learning online. To prepare for your online learning experience, sure to check out the Online Learning hub to find activities, resources and strategies for success.
Visit the Student Housing & Residence Life COVID-19 Updates page for information about on-campus accomodations for Fall 2021, first-year and international student housing, meal plans, amenities and health and safety concerns The page also has contact information to reach residence staff by phone, LiveChat, and email.
All buildings on the UTM campus are closed to visitors, with the exception of the Davis, IB and CCT buildings, which are open as follows:
- 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., Monday to Thursday
- 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Friday
- Buildings with scheduled in-person classes are open during applicable operating hours.
After-Hours Building Access and Authorization
Authorized staff, faculty and librarians may enter the Davis Building outside of operating hours via the main entrance on Inner Circle Road by using their TCard at the swipe card entrance located there.
Faculty members who require regular access to office space and do not have key/card access should contact their department manager. For occasional access, please contact Campus Safety upon arrival to campus.
Faculty members who are teaching online but require access to a specific room to do so should contact Heather Miller, of the Office of the Vice-Principal Academic and Dean, and Campus Safety to arrange for access.
Campus Safety Escort and WorkAlone Services
Persons who for any reason are uncomfortable being on campus, or who are working in remote areas of the campus, may contact the Campus Safety WorkAlone program for assistance at 905-828-5200.
Campus Safety Escorts are available to accompany community members to locations around campus, including parking lots, transit stops and other locations. For assistance, please call 905-828-5200.
Contact Campus Safety:
The University of Toronto Mississauga Campus Safety office is located in Room 3116 of the Davis Building. Officers are on duty 24 hours a day, 365 days per year.
- General Enquiries: 905-828-5200
- Email: email@example.com
- Emergency: 905-569-4333
Colman Commons (in Oscar Peterson Hall) is currently open for takeout food orders. The dining room is closed. The Davis Food Court (in the William G. Davis building) offers Grab 'n Go options including salads, wraps, sandwiches, FRESHII options, and other to-go selections.
Vending machines across the campus offer hot and cold drinks and snacks.
For further information about food options and facility hours, please visit the Hospitality & Retail Services website.
The UTM Library has re-opened for curbside pickup (including intercampus delivery) and access to study spaces + technology.
Library users must reserve individual study spaces and technology in advance, and must present booking confirmation (or curbside pickup notification) plus idenitifcation to enter.
The Library will be open:
Monday-Thursday: 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Friday: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: closed
Most services will continue to be offered remotely. Patrons can explore the Remote Supports page to learn the many other ways Library staff are working to support our community during this time.
Please visit the Library website for the most up-to-date information about COVID-19 Service Updates and Operations.
The UTM Bookstore is open for curbside pickup. Please visit the U of T Bookstore website for hours of operation and information about shopping in person or online. Bookstore staff are available in store, online and by telephone to assist with orders for Fall course materials, textbook returns and more.
- The UTM Shuttle Bus services to/from the St. George campus and Sheridan College is suspended through the traditional academic year of September 2020 through April 2021 and no related fee for that period will be assessed.
- The U-Pass service, offering unlimited fare-free rides on MiWay (Mississauga Transit), will be maintained for UTM students (excluding the MMPA and MFAcc programs) through the academic year of September 2021 through April 2022 by the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union and the University of Toronto Mississauga Association for Graduate Students.
- MiWay, Brampton Transit, Oakville Transit, GO Transit and the Toronto Transit Commission municipal services are expected to continue operations. Visit the Mississauga Transit MiWay site for additional details and updated transit schedules. All riders are curretly required to wear non-medical face masks or coverings on all MiWay buses. Children under the age of two and people with disabilities or a medical condtion that prevents them from wearing a mask will not be required to wear one.
- The UTM Express Service (Route 199) between the Brampton Gateway Terminal and UTM has been suspended until further notice, although regular services using a combination of Brampton Transit and MiWay remain in service.
The Parking & Transportation Services office remains closed and staff are working remotely until further notice.
Paid parking and enforcement has resumed on campus. Pay & Display kiosks will be available for single day use. For those who plan to be on campus more often, annual parking permit sales and renewals will be available online only on a first-come, first-served basis through the Parking & Transportation Services website. Permits are valid from September 1, 2021 to August 31, 2022.
Further information about permits, new Pay & Display day rates and answers to frequently asked questions is available on the Parking & Transportation Services Office website.
The UTM campus remains open to receive shipments of mail or goods, including perishable ones. Vendors sending goods to UTM by courier services, particularly by way of UPS, must notify the delivery service that the campus is open and able to receive items. Contact Stores, Shipping and Receiving here.
STILL HAVE COVID QUESTIONS? Submit a question here or refer to the following pages for more details: