Urban Studies is an undergraduate program at Innis College in the Faculty of Arts & Science. High school students interested in our program should first apply to the University of Toronto, St. George as a student in the Faculty of Arts and Science or the Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design. Students admitted to these faculties are able to apply to the Urban Studies Program upon completion of the required first-year courses. There is no direct entry into the program from high school.
Entry into the program is competitive and is based on students grades in first-year social sciences courses (see Requirements).
As a student in the Urban Studies Program, there are a number of resources available to you.
- Faculty of Arts & Science: Current Students
- Innis College Library and Librarian, Kate Johnson
- Innis College Writing Centre
- Learning Strategist
- Urban Studies Librarian, Nich Worby
- Urban Studies Program Coordinator, Jannie Chien
- College Registrar
The Urban Studies listserv is where we send out important announcements and newsletters. If you are an Urban Studies student or if you are taking Urban Studies courses, you are likely already subscribed, but if you have not been receiving our emails, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the list.
The Urban Studies Program is on Twitter! Follow us @USPUofT
The Urban Studies Student Union represents students in the Urban Studies program at the University of Toronto, part of the larger Arts and Science Student Union (ASSU). The URSSU executive is composed of elected undergraduate students who organize urban-focused academic and social events, provide peer support, and raise awareness about urban issues.
URSSU welcomes involvement from all Urban Studies students – specialists, majors, and minors. If you would like to become more active within the student union, have questions about events or the program, or are interested in collaborating with URSSU in some way, please contact their executive team at email@example.com.