2019 Tri-Campus Gathering

Connections and Conversations is a staff-driven tri-campus affinity group dedicated to providing mentorship, support and professional development opportunities for racialized staff. On January 25th, join UTSC’s local chapter in the new Event Centre located on the main floor of Highland Hall as we celebrate the new year and take the opportunity to network with our tri-campus membership. This is an open event and we encourage C&C members to invite their colleagues.

Event Schedule

1:00pm – 1:15pm Guest check in & refreshments
1:20pm – 1:30pm Welcome by Principal
1:30pm – 2:15pm Keynote (including Q&A)
2:15pm – 3:00pm Networking reception

The event is from 1:00pm to 3:00pm in Highland Hall at the U of T Scarborough Campus. Our keynote presentation by Anushay Irfan Khan, Intercultural Education Program Coordinator, will be followed by a networking reception with light refreshments. If you are driving, please ensure that you are parking in Parking Lot G. See transit, driving, parking details and a campus map below. Click here for detailed information on parking.

To RSVP for this event, and let us know of any accessibility needs, please contact Denise Lopes by Wednesday January 23 at: lopes@utsc.utoronto.ca



Driving Directions

  1. Take Highway 401 to Morningside Ave.
  2. Exit at Morningside Ave. southbound
  3. Turn onto Military Trail eastbound

Parking Details (Parking Lot G)

Please park in Lot G for this event. You can enter Lot G from Military Trail (traffic light between Morningside and Ellesmere). The parking gates will be open for easy access. Parking can be paid for upon exit through your credit card or via cash or credit in the parking machines located on the main floor of the IC building (Instructional Centre) across from the parking lot.

Accessible Parking (Parking Lot E or Lot A)

If you require accessible parking closer to campus, please email us prior to visiting U of T Scarborough so that we may contact Parking Services on your behalf. When you arrive to campus, you will park in Lot E close to the Arts & Administration Building or Lot A, the short term, pay and display parking lot located beside the transit bus loop (both lots are in Section D4 on the parking map). You can enter and exit the lot from the main campus entrance and staying on your right through the drop off loop.



Public Transit

905 Eglinton East Express: Travels east from Kennedy Subway Station on weekdays between 7:30am and 11:05pm. This is an 30 minute express bus and U of T Scarborough is the last stop eastbound.

38/38A Highland Creek: Travels east from Scarborough Town Centre RT Station and west from Rouge Hill GO Station. Exit at “University of Toronto Scarborough Campus” bus stop.

95B/95E York Mills: Travels east from York Mills Subway Station. Exit at “University of Toronto Scarborough Campus” bus stop.

95 York Mills: Travels east from York Mills Subway Station. Exit at southwest corner of Ellesmere Road and Military Trail and walk east to U of T Scarborough.

Public Transit
GO Transit

From Durham region: Take the GO Train to Pickering Station and transfer to the GO Bus, “Hwy 407 Express West.” The very next stop is “University of Toronto @ Scarborough.” Direct to U of T Scarborough service on weekdays.

Rouge Hill GO Train Station: From this station, take TTC Highland Creek bus #38

Scarborough Town Centre: Take GO bus Hwy 407 Express East (weekdays)

Public Transit
Durham Regional Transit

From Oshawa, Ajax, Whitby and Pickering: Take the DRT PULSE 900/900A Oshawa/U of T Scarborough to campus.

One Durham Region Fare, including U-Pass, now takes you to U of T Scarborough: U-Pass students may travel on DRT PULSE 900 Downtown Oshawa to U of T Scarborough and connect with the TTC at the Scarborough campus.



map of University of Toronto's Scarborough Campus