When you’re looking to live off-campus, you have a lot of options. Traditional apartments are often the first choice, but you may want to explore other options depending on your needs. Whatever your choice, start your search early and check listings often, as new ads are posted daily. Keep your budget, personal needs and preferred location in mind to ensure you find a place that fits what you’re looking for.
Private and shared rental housing
Find out about traditional apartments, homes and townhouses, and basement units located off campus. Login to the Housing Finder to start your search, and use our Roommate Finder tool to find other students to live with!
Student housing buildings
There are several independently owned and operated student-housing buildings near St. George downtown campus. They are designed to house students and offer similar arrangements to on-campus residence: some include meal plans and dining halls, social spaces like common rooms and gyms, events and activities for residents, etc. The University assumes no responsibility in regard to any agreements entered into by students/residents with these residences, and makes no representations or warranties and assumes no responsibility for the conditions of services provided at these residences. However, you may wish to explore these options:
- Campus Common
- Harrington Housing
- Neill-Wycik Cooperative College
- St. Vladimir’s Institute
- Tartu College
Visit coophousing.com for information on what’s available in Toronto and how to apply.
Housing Connections manages the centralized waiting list for government-subsidized housing in Toronto. Subsidized housing, or rent-geared-to-income rental units, are funded by government programs and allow eligible tenants to pay reduced rental rates based on their household’s annual income.