U of T has many resources to help students feel at home, including information about housing search tips, finding housing on- and off-campus, family housing, housing emergencies and adapting to life in Toronto.
89 Chestnut Residence may have a limited number of rooms for graduate students. Residence fees include a meal plan. Please apply as early as possible. To ensure a faster offer, please list Super Single as your first choice.
On-line application: firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Toronto provides family housing in two high-rise buildings just around the corner from Regis College at 30 and 35 Charles St. W. Priority is given to student families therefore single students should seek housing elsewhere. Applications are available from the University of Toronto Student Family Housing.
35 Charles Street W.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The waiting period can be prolonged so it is advisable to apply as soon as you begin to contemplate studying at Regis.
A limited number of spaces are available for women theology students at:
70 St. Mary St.
Toronto, ON M5S 1J3
Loretto College is affiliated with the University of St. Michael’s College.
NEW: In support of the efforts toward a federated Regis College – University of St. Michael’s College, Loretto College is pleased to offer accommodations for a limited number of female graduate (advanced degree) theology students on the fifth floor of the building alongside the small resident community of Loretto Sisters.
114 Madison Ave.,
Toronto, ON M5R 2S5
International and other students who encounter difficulty finding appropriate housing may contact Regis College to seek assistance.