Getting active at U of T is about to get a whole lot simpler.
This summer, we’re upgrading the system used to manage sport and recreational activities and access the athletic facilities at U of T, along with Hart House, U of T Scarborough and U of T Mississauga.
Read on for more information about what’s changing and what you can do to switch seamlessly to the new system when it launches.
We'll be updating this page frequently with important dates, instructions and answers to frequently asked questions as more information becomes available, so keep checking back!
When the new system launches, U of T staff and faculty members will need a TCard to access the athletic facilities.
Not only does your TCard give you access to the facilities, it can be used for a number of discounts and special offers at the university and other organizations!
If you don't have a TCard, head over to the TCard Office at 214 College Street or visit the Reader Registration desk on the first floor of Robarts Library.
You’ll need a piece of valid Canadian government-issued photo I.D to get your TCard.
Students will continue to their TCards to access the facilities.
Community members, including alumni members, will continue to use their existing membership cards.
New Recreation Website
Sport and recreation activities for all three campuses will be in one place at a new mobile-friendly and fully accessible website. Members will be able to book courts, register for classes, renew memberships and more through a streamlined online process.
U of T students, staff and faculty will be able to log in to the new recreation website using their UTORid.
All community members, including alumni members, will need to create a new account for the new website. Accounts created in the previous system will no longer work.
If you’re a parent with children participating in one of our programs, there will be an option to add your children to your account in the new system, making future registrations and account management for the family much more efficient.
Frequently Asked Questions