Campus Status

The University of Toronto Mississauga is open and all classes are proceeding as normal. U of T St. George and U of T Scarborough are also operating as usual.

If this situation changes, this web page will be updated. You can also check our UTM Twitter, Facebook or Instagram accounts. 

***Please see UTMTogether for the latest updates on COVID-19 and Winter 2022.***

General Information:

When severe weather on weekdays or weekends causes the campus-wide cancellation of classes and other on-campus activities and events, a decision is generally announced by approximately 6:00 a.m. on this U of T Mississauga Weather Information page. If classes are underway and weather conditions cause a campus-wide cancellation mid-day, information is announced and posted as soon as possible. A decision on evening classes is generally posted by 3 p.m. Local radio and television stations will be notified as soon as possible. Information will also be posted to our Facebook ( and Twitter ( sites.

When classes occur in inclement weather, students who cannot attend classes due to travel conditions should refer to the syllabus of each affected course which generally notes how the instructor or department handles non-attendance, late submissions and missed assignments. Related questions or concerns should be directed to the instructor or academic department. Most academic departments' phone numbers are available from their webpage, viewable from:

Emergency Closure Guidelines

Related Websites:

U of T homepage--Campus Status


Mississauga forecast: Current and long-range forecast, courtesy of The Weather Network.

Toronto forecast: Current and long-range forecast, updated several times daily, from Environment Canada

Satellite photography: For all of Canada, from Environmental Canada's Canadian Meteorological Centre


Visit the UTM Shuttle Bus website

Find info about MiWay transit on its website.

Learn more at the Brampton Transit website.

Check out the GO website

Visit the TTC website

Traffic Cameras

The RESCU network: Traffic cameras covering the downtown Toronto area, courtesy of the City of Toronto

The COMPASS network traffic cameras, courtesy of the provincial Ministry of Transportation