Facts & Figures

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Where we are now heading

The University of Toronto Mississauga is a place where talent and ideas converge to meet global challenges.  

Currently, the campus is home to 15 academic departments, 147 programs and 90 areas of study.  20 percent of our incoming class are international students, representing 65 countries. 27 percent of students are from Mississauga and 32 percent of our alumni live in the City of Mississauga. 


U of T Mississauga has more than 54,000 alumni, making it the largest alumni association at the University of Toronto.


U of T Mississauga students support the community with over 30,000 volunteer hours every year. This amounts to approximately $675,000 worth of time. 


U of T Mississauga has over 14,000 students, ranking in the top third of Canadian universities by enrolment.


U of T Mississauga is situated on 225 acres of protected greenbelt along the Credit River, 33 kilometres west of the university's St. George campus in Toronto.


To accomodate our significant growth, U of T Mississauga has invested more than $519 milion in nine new buildings and renovations over the last 10 years - winning prestigious architectural awards for their inspiring designs. 

Additional Facts & Figures:

  • U of T Mississauga celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Beginning in 1967, with one temporary academic building, 155 students, 28 faculty and 40 staff members, the campus has grown to become the second-largest division of U of T (Canada’s largest university).
  • Award-winning facilities include the Terrence Donnelly Health Sciences Complex, the Instructional Centre, the Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre, the Recreation, Athletics and Wellness Centre, Deerfield Hall and the Communication, Culture and Technology building.
  • In 2013, the City of Mississauga committed to a 10-year $10 million investment in U of T Mississauga to help build the new Innovation Complex, a $35-million building that houses the Institute for Management & Innovation, as well as the I-CUBE business incubator.
  • Construction has begun on the second phase of the North Building site redevelopment. Set to open in 2018, the 210,000-square-foot, six-storey building will house new classroom space as well as the Departments of English and Drama, Philosophy, Historical Studies, Language Studies, Political Science and Sociology.

For additional Facts & Figures, please view our fact sheet.