Junior Fellows are an integral part of the Massey College community, and represent a wide range of disciplines, interests and backgrounds. Junior Fellows are full-time students at the University of Toronto, either registered with the School of Graduate Studies or pursuing professional degrees such as law, medicine or dentistry.
Senior Fellows are elected from prominent representatives of both academic and professional interests at the University of Toronto.
Scholars At Risk
Awarded yearly, Scholars at Risk are students currently in Canada as Protected Persons under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, but are unable to return to their home countries and or students whose academic careers have been impacted by changing political environments in their country of current study.
Scholars on sabbatical, researchers or distinguished arts professionals, who do not require accommodation, may apply to become Visiting Scholars.
Senior Residents are visiting scholars or distinguished professionals from across Canada and around the world who may wish to live at the College for an academic year. They participate actively in College life, and can represent any occupation or academic discipline.
Quadrangle Society Members
The Quadrangle Society is a group of individuals in the non-academic community who wish to contribute to fostering connections between that community and the College.
Massey College Alumni play a valuable role in the life of Massey College. Their number has surpassed two thousand. They pursue a wide range of careers in the academic world, the arts, business, and other professions, in Canada and many other countries.
The College is governed by a Governing Board, made up of the Principal and elected Senior Fellows. Its connection with the University of Toronto is recognized through ex officio membership of the President and the Dean of the School of Graduate Studies. Other members of the College community join in a number of Committees which...
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The William Southam Journalism Fellowships have been in existence at the University of Toronto since 1962 and they are an integral part of Massey College. For over fifty years, the fellowships have brought over 250 talented Canadian and International Journalists to the College. Successful applicants are invited to spend a year at Massey College, and...