#GreenerUofT: Campus Tour
*Click on the icon on the top left of the map to see a list of the green spaces.
Looking for a greener U of T? Here are some U of T green spaces to explore at the St. George campus:
- Green Wall, Exam Centre: Green walls improve air quality by filtering and removing pollutants in the air. They also provide a restorative environment for students and staff.
- Bamboo Garden, Donnelly Centre: This garden lies in an architectural spot that connects both old and new.
- Meditation Room, Multi-Faith Centre: This room features a green wall in a more private setting. It serves as a space for meditation, prayer and reflection.
- University College (UC) Quad: The UC Quad is a secluded place to study and play, right in the heart of campus.
- Lester B. Pearson Garden for Peace and Understanding, Victoria University: This space is hidden behind greenery, making it easy to miss.
- Philosopher’s Walk: The path meanders through a former creek. With ample shade, it’s a place to sit, eat, or simply enjoy the day.
- Queen’s Park: It’s the largest green space within St. George campus limits. The perfect spot for some mindful walking between classes.
- Green Roof, Rotman School of Management: Green roofs reduce a building’s energy demand and provide valuable space for urban pollinators. They can also promote well-being by providing a unique social space.
Which space is your favourite? Get out and explore!