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Access Tours

View of the TMU Quad and clock tower with the city skyline in the background.

Access Tours are designed for Toronto Metropolitan University community members with mobility impairments but also aims to address aspects of inclusion for community members with non-physical disabilities as well. All tours are led by students and staff who identify as having disabilities and who benefit from these barrier-free routes and spaces on a regular basis.

Available upon request, Access Tours provide community members with:

  • the best barrier-free routes of travel around campus, both indoors and out;
  • TTC Wheel-Trans pick-up and drop-off points; and
  • locations of elevators, accessible washroom facilities and information.

Request an Access Tour

Access TMU and partners will work with you individually to facilitate a personalized tour that suits your specific needs. For further information or to book a tour, please contact or Heather Willis at (416) 979 - 5000, extension 4144.

Access Tour videos

The following 3 videos provide highlights of the Access Tour.

Video 1

View accessible routes of the following connected buildings: the Student Learning Centre (SLC), the Library, Kerr Hall South (KHS) and the Rogers Communications Centre (RCC).

Video 2

View a tour of the most accessible routes in the Northeast part of the campus, including: Jorgenson Hall, Gerrard Street, Sally Horsfall Eaton Centre (SHE), Eric Palin Hall (EPH), and the Rogers Communication Centre (RCC). 

Video 3

View the accessible pathways connecting the Library, Podium (POD) and Jorgenson Hall (JOR), as well as the connecting routes between the Student Campus Centre (SCC) and Oakham House.