Designed by celebrated architect Ron Thom and nestled in the heart of the University of Toronto, the College is just steps away from public transit as well as some of the city’s top restaurants, shopping districts and museums. During the academic year, Massey College is a graduate student residential community connected to, but independent from, the University of Toronto. During the summer term, Massey College opens its rooms to the general public for summer accommodations during the months of May through August. With members of the College staying on as affiliated summer residents, Massey College offers a distinct environment that encourages open, diverse interactions, both socially and academically between all its guests.
As part of the Massey summer community you will have access to many of our facilities, including: Ondaatje Hall, the Robertson Davies Library, the Upper Library, the Common Room, and our beautiful treed quadrangle.
The Massey experience extends well beyond the College’s historical architecture, forming a warm, diverse, and interdisciplinary community.