UTM Residence & Meal Plans, Off-Campus Rental
2021 Fall COVID-19
"Students should have their FIRST SHOT prior to their move-in date, with U of T strongly recommending they receive it at least 14 days before moving in. Those who are unable to get vaccinated before moving in will have two weeks following their move-in date to receive their first dose, with the university helping to facilitate access to vaccines, subject to supply."
Applying for residence: StarRez
UTM Residence Application Guide 2021-2022
First Year Housing Styles
Oscar Peterson Hall
Single Bedroom in Traditional-Style
Roy Ivor Hall
Single Bedroom in Suite-Style
Super Single Bedroom in Suite-Style
Super Single Bedroom in Premium Townhouse-Style
Single Bedroom in Premium Townhouse-Style
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Your student meal plan allows you to add value to your TCard, and every time you make a purchase using your Student Meal Plan, your purchase comes off of your balance.
Deciding what student meal plan value that is right for you depends on your personal eating habits, your appetite, and the amount of time you will be spending on campus.
Basic & Flex dollars in student meal plan
Each Student Meal Plan includes two accounts: "Basic" funds and "Flex" fund
The terms “Basic” and “Flex” refer to the account your funds are coming from for the food you are purchasing:
“Basic” funds are the tax-exempt portion of your Student Meal Plan. Any purchase of a meal on campus (with the exception of meals from the Blind Duck, Chatime, Duck Stop, food trucks, and most vending machines) qualifies as a Basic purchase
“Flex” funds can be used to purchase all items that don't qualify as a Basic-eligible meal
You can use your Flex funds for:
Vending machines with card readers
The Blind Duck (in the Student Centre)
Chatime (in the Student Centre)
The Duck Stop (in the Student Centre)
Participating food trucks on campus
When you use “Basic” funds, you SAVE 13% on each purchase because they are tax exempt
Basic or Flex funds cannot be used to make purchases at the UTM Bookstore