If you are considering visiting Victoria College, you’ve probably done some research about us. Facts alone don’t tell the whole story. After all, choosing a university is a big step in your life. It isn’t just an academic decision; it’s personal. And the best way to see if Vic is a good fit for you is to come to campus. You already know about our quality academic reputation, but we are well known for our beautiful campus too. You will understand the spirit running through the College better after walking through the stunningly beautiful campus full of historic halls and lush greenery. Most importantly, you will see us through the eyes of the people who call it home: professors who will ask you thought-provoking questions and challenge you to be your best self, and the truly friendly students, your possible future classmates.
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We offers tours every Thursday and Friday at 1:00 p.m. from Thursday, January 12, 2017 until Friday, April 7, 2017.
We will begin our tour in the lobby in front of the Registrar's Office, located in room 106, Northrop Frye Hall (73 Queen's Park Crescent). This address is shown on the map below. We suggest that you arrive at least 5 minutes before the tour start time so that you can check in at our front desk and meet with your tour guide prior to the tour. Our tour guides take you into our different residence buildings, the dining hall and our student centre and will talk to you not only about campus life but also about student services and academic programs offered at Vic. Each of our tours last approximately 45 to 60 minutes.
Details about each residence can be found here.
If you are unable to make it to campus for a tour or you would like to see our campus over and over again, view our virtual tour; we have dozens of 360 degree photos of our grounds, common spaces and residence.
If you prefer to take a self-guided tour, print a copy of our self-guided tour guide. If you are touring the campus during office hours, feel free to stop by the Registrar’s Office in Northrop Frye Hall, room 106. We'd be happy to give you an information package and answer any questions you may have about admissions to the college.
To arrange for a group tour please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and include the number of students and the requested date (we require at least one week’s notice).
For information about University of Toronto tours contact the Nona MacDonald Visitors' Centre at 416-978-5000 for tour times.