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University highlights

•NEW is one of the youngest and most modern colleges on the St. George campus of the University of Toronto. Opened in 1962, it has developed its own tradition and identity, focusing on personal attention to students, innovative interdisciplinary programs, linkages with professional faculties, mentoring mentors and community initiatives. Friendly and informal community, giving priority to student support services and encouraging diversity.

•From admission to the final exam, then as graduates, our students are encouraged to think about the university as a home base and take full advantage of the many services and activities. Careers at the University include a number of options, and the NEW registration desk is always ready to provide you with information and advice.

•Most New College students credited to the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, going on to a Bachelor's degree in Arts, Science or Commerce. At present, there are about 5000 people, including more than a thousand - first-year students. Residence Community College brings together arts and science students with faculty members such as engineering, kinesiology, physical education, and music.

•A wide range of interests represented by our students contributes to New College membership in self-education. NEW offers a dynamic and challenging environment in which students have the opportunity to expand their experience, even to create their own life plans, to meet other people from different regions. College reflects, on a more personal level, the variety, and interaction of the university as a whole.
Objects and residence New College located in a single building or several meters away. It fosters contact between students and staff and provides an opportunity for those who commute to campus to participate more fully in the life of the college.

•The lower floors of the three buildings offer academic and social opportunities for all members of the college. They include a spacious library with a reading room and computer rooms, conference rooms, classrooms, group training and classrooms, student rooms, music rooms, student club recently renovated space, dining room And the public.


Life Features
  •  Bed (double rooms with twin beds), desk, chair, dresser
  •  Bed linen, small towel, blanket, duvet, pillow, pillowcase
  •  Central air conditioning.
  • "Wired" Internet access in all rooms (you need a deal on the network, or you can buy it at the front desk for $ 5).
  • Free WIFI
  • Telephone in the room for free local calls.
  • Reception 23 hours at the Pavillon Wilson residence at 40 Willcocks Street (all paddings are here and are closed with 3 to 4 am).
  •  Washing machine (washing and drying) with coins on each floor.
  • Iron and ironing board in the laundry room on each floor.
  •  Common rooms on each floor with kitchen utensils, such as microwave ovens, burners, sink and refrigerator (bring your own utensils).
  •  Rental of refrigerators (for long-term stays) through the rental of the campus.
  •  (Collect and free shipping, prices for the summer (2016) 2 cubic feet $ 75, 3 cubic feet $ 85.
  •  Common rooms on each floor of a flat-screen TV and seating.
  •  From 2 to 3 common toilets on each floor with 4-5 sinks, 4-5 toilets, 4-5 showers in each.
  •  A private guard patrols the three living spaces for hours.
  •  Residence for non-smokers.

Nearby services
  •  Near the University of Toronto, a sports center with an Olympic-size swimming pool and a fitness center.
  • Dining room/cafeteria in our residence Wilson Residence Hall (2nd floor), full hot breakfast (about $ 8.00 US / day) is open daily 7: 30-10: 00.
  • New College Library on 20 Willcocks Street with access to the computer lab (small fee).
  • Easy access to Metro / Metro / Tram Toronto Transit System (TTC) right outside the door and just steps from Spadina subway station.


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