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Why Live in Residence?
Along with the students that you will meet and learn from the school year, there are dedicated people within Housing and Residence Life who are here to support your transition to living independently.
Residence is an inclusive community. All-gender housing means that you only need to disclose your gender should you wish to be matched with a roommate or suitemate of the same gender identity as yours.
Living on campus will immerse you in the residence and Toronto Met community. You will have the opportunity to build connections with a diverse group of people and be involved in residence and campus life. It is your chance to be at the heart of events and activities happening on campus and in the city of Toronto.
Our Residence Service Desk staff always monitor building access to ensure our residence buildings are safe and supportive communities.
Living in residence makes life easier. You are right next to your classes, close to public transit, and all other amenities you will need.
There are professionals, peers, and student leaders who work within our department, all committed to ensuring each of our residents has a positive school year.