Eating on campus

When you plan out your day, you will likely start with two things: classes and food. Every day, students at U of T get together for good conversation and something to eat.

There are more than 40 food locations on campus, which are as diverse as our students. You can dine at all-you-care-to-eat dining halls, small family-owned cafes, food-court style cafeterias, coffee shops and specialty restaurants. In addition to nutritious and affordable meals, there are options for people with special diets (for example, halal, or vegan).

There are a variety of meal plans for all residence and commuter students. These meal plans are accepted at most locations on campus, and make it easy to dine for a discounted price, even if you’re not a member of a college. Meal plans are added to your TCard, and offer cash-free convenient dining anywhere on campus. For more on food services on campus, visit

If you bring your meal to campus, you’ll be happy to find microwave ovens in many buildings across the St. George campus.

To quickly find a microwave or a place to eat, visit the Food layer on the U of T map at

did you know…

…that U of T is bottled-water free? Bottled water is not available on the St. George campus. Help reduce waste at U of T and bring a refillable bottle with you. There are drinking fountains and bottle filling stations across the campus. Find them at


It’s never fun studying on an empty stomach! Find out about the over 40 food locations across campus.

Meal Plans

There are a variety of meal plans available to all students that offer discounted pricing and are accepted at most food locations.