Woodsworth College is a thriving community, providing an excellent educational experience for all its students.
Welcome to Woodsworth College. We are here to guide and support you through your educational journey.
As you continue your studies, we endeavour to provide you with all the resources you need to ensure academic success.
Explore our academic programs, which are numerous and varied.
Explore options available to you after graduation and opportunities to give back.
A grand welcome to Woodsworth!
Woodsworth College was founded in 1974.
Woodsworth offers many welcoming spaces to meet with fellow students.
Woodsworth is a stimulating environment.
Woodsworth is home to the Summer Abroad Program
The Registrar's Office can advise you on academic and career opportunities.
Click on the New Students tab above for detailed information.
Newly renovated Kruger Hall Commons is a great space to study.
Woodsworth is the largest Arts & Science College on the St. George Campus.
All Arts & Science students belong to a college. Woodsworth is proud and supportive of the students who choose to come here.
Students benefit greatly from working with faculty in the Academic Writing Centre.
Woodsworth is one of seven Arts & Science Colleges on the U of T St. George campus.
The Computer Lab has up-to-date equipment and is conveniently located in the College.
The Computer Lab is a good place to finish an assignment.
Woodsworth College promotes academic success.
Woodsworth is home to the Millie Rotman Shime Academic Bridging Program.
Woodsworth College is dedicated to providing strong academic support for students.
Woodsworth distributes $1.3 million for student support.
Woodsworth College's Student Association (WCSA) offers opportunities for engagement in college life.
WCSA is at the centre of student life--there are many clubs and teams to join.
The Peter F. Bronfman Courtyard is a lovely oasis in the middle of the College.
There are generous awards and bursaries available.
We think that YOU BELONG HERE!
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