There’s a great variety of green spaces at the University of Toronto, St. George Campus. Whether you’re a new student, looking for that perfect new spot to read, or a seasoned staff member, there’s always more to explore on campus. Come along as we tour some of the best green spaces for studying, unwinding, or simply connecting with nature.
The St. George Sustainability Office is excited to share their Green Spaces @ St. George Campus video.
They created this video with the intention of highlighting some of the green spaces on our campus that are accessible to students, staff and faculty. They wanted to promote an exploration of campus with a focus on wellness and being in nature (whether indoors or out).
The spaces featured in the video are as follows, in no particular order:
- Lester B. Pearson Garden for Peace and Understanding, Victoria University
- Green Wall, Exam Centre
- Bamboo Garden, Donnelly Centre
- University College quad
- Green roof, Rotman School of Management
- Philosopher’s Walk
- Green wall, Meditation Room, Multi-Faith Centre