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Program Modifications and Cancellations

In response to the university's enhanced measures regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, we are implementing changes to our programs and services. 

Facility Notices

In response to COVID-19, all University buildings are closed to students, members of the public, staff and faculty as of 11:59 p.m. on March 17, 2020. This includes the Varsity Centre, Athletic Centre and Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport.
UofT KPE Instagram photoIt’s a beautiful day to join the @uoftsportandrec Fitness & Performance team for a workout on Instagram Live!⠀ ⠀ Research shows that engaging in light-intensity movement has mental health benefits—read all about it in our Q & A on exercising during the pandemic at kpe.utoronto.ca.⠀ Boost your mood with a Cardio Dance Party, a strength training session or a barre workout.⠀ ⠀ It’s all going down at @uoftfandp. ⠀ Let’s get together and sweat together—virtually!UofT KPE Instagram photoToday we’re celebrating the 29 recipients of our prestigious Silver T awards! 🎉🎉🎉 ⠀ The Silver T is awarded to @varsityblues athletes in their graduating year for outstanding athletic performance. In years past, the awards were handed out at a special reception hosted by @uoftpres but with #uoft campuses closed to ensure the health and wellbeing of the community during the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s celebration is a virtual one.⠀ ⠀ President Meric Gertler sent a special message to recognize the exceptional contributions of these phenomenal U of T students to the @varsityblues program. "During such extraordinary times, it is important that we continue to recognize the excellent dedication and accomplishments of our students," said Gertler. "These 29 student-athletes have each garnered the University of Toronto Silver T—an honour bestowed upon those, in their graduating year, who have exhibited truly outstanding athletic performance. Since I am unable to do so in person, I would like to offer virtual congratulations to all of you and to thank you for your celebrated contributions to the University of Toronto. Congratulations!" ⠀ ⠀ Let’s hear it for our 2020 Silver T recipients! ⠀👏👏👏 See the full set of recipients over at @varsityblues and at www.varsityblues.caUofT KPE Instagram photoCould the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics heal a post-coronavirus world? #uoftkpe’s Bruce Kidd shares his thoughts about the potential for the Games to bring the world back together in a reinvigorated spirit of Olympism – the ideal that sport should be conducted at the service of humane social development, international understanding and peace. Bruce Kidd (second photo) competed in the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo. Then, the Games were staged as the culmination of a multi-year plan to rebuild Tokyo and Japanese society after the devastation of the Second World War, two atom bombs and the subsequent U.S. occupation. Now, as we see new manifestations of xenophobia and the border closings required to block the spread of the coronavirus have unleashed new hatreds in many parts of the world, Kidd believes the spirit of Olympism is needed more than ever before. Read more at www.utoronto.ca