Sport & Rec Updates for Spring 2022


Update: April 27, 2022

In light of recent provincial trends and in accordance with the University of Toronto’s Joint Provostial and Human Resources Guideline on Face Masks, the requirement to be masked indoors will continue until at least June 30, 2022.

Effective May 1, 2022, in accordance with the University of Toronto, Sport & Rec will be pausing:

  • The requirement to show a health screening via UCheck prior to attending Sport & Rec premises 
  • The requirement to show proof of vaccination for in-person activities on Sport & Rec premises 

Please note some or all of the COVID requirements may be reinstated on short notice in the event that public health guidance or recommendations change. For additional support and resources, please see the Utogether site

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We strive to continue to provide exciting and safe opportunities to enhance your physical, mental and social well-being through sport and physical activity. 

Sport & Rec is pleased to welcome our community back into our facilities for in-person programming at 100% capacity and a full programming schedule. Students and members can enjoy and participate in a wide range of sports and physical activity programming, including:

Visit our Sport & Rec page for more details about Spring 2022 programming.

All programs operate in compliance with the University of Toronto's protocols, as well as the Ontario government’s public health measures. Ongoing updates on available programs, facilities and safety protocols will be shared as they are available. Follow us on Instagram for the latest news and announcements. 


A valid Tcard or membership card must be shown and scanned in order to gain access to our facilities and programming, along with compliance with our safety protocols below.

changing health measures

Please note some or all of the COVID requirements may be reinstated on short notice in the event that public health guidance or recommendations change.

Continuation of mask requirement until at least June 30, 2022:

  • Masks will continue to be required in indoor spaces where physical distancing cannot be maintained.
  • Masks are not required while participating in athletic or fitness activities.
  • The University continues to recommend the use of medical-grade masks where possible. 
  • Even in settings where masks may not be required because physical distancing can be maintained, we ask everyone to always respect the decisions of others, their comfort levels, and health needs.

Updates to screening:
Effective May 1, 2022, screening will become unavailable in UCheck. 

  • While health screening through UCheck is unavailable, individuals can choose to monitor their health using the Provincial health screening tool. 
  • Completing a health screening before coming to campus is highly recommended, and we continue to ask members of our community to remain at home if they are ill. 

We ask everyone to respect the decisions of others regarding these measures, according to their comfort levels and health needs. It is vitally important that, even with the easing of provincial measures, we remain vigilant, conscientious, and respectful of one another. 

For additional support and resources, please see the Utogether site. 


Storing personal belongings while on site: Personal belongings must be stored in lockers, both day lockers and locker rentals are available. 

  • The use of day lockers are available to all registered program participants, students and members. Please check with the specific facility web page for the latest information.
  • Locker rentals are available for purchase in-person at the Athletic Centre and the Goldring Centre. Check our Membership plans page for more information about prices and terms.

Changerooms and showers are available for use by Sport & Rec participants and members at our facilities.

Towel service will not be available at this time. Participants are responsible for bringing their own towels.

Support with sport or exercise-related injury or inquiry  

The David L. MacIntosh Sport Medicine Clinic continues to offer services in keeping with public health guidelines for physical distancing and other COVID-19 related safety protocols. In accordance with current public health guidelines that still require masks in doctor's offices, we will be continuing to mandate masks within the clinic environment. We are actively communicating with Health and Wellness, EHS, and U of T to align our protocols with Health and Wellness to provide a consistent experience across clinics on campus.

Services are available to U of T students with a sport or exercise-related injury or inquiry. Appointments will be virtual or in-person at the discretion of the treating health care provider.  Learn more about the clinic and safety protocols here.


Please contact us at or 416-978-3436. Our customer service team will be available to answer your questions. We ask for your patience as we manage a high volume of inquiries. 

  • For information about Memberships, please visit our Memberships page
  • For information about Rentals, please visit our Rentals page
  • For ongoing updates about the status of operations at U of T, please continue to check the university’s website.
  • Follow U of T Sport & Rec online and on InstagramFacebook or Twitter for important COVID-19 related program updates, as well as tips and resources to help you stay active.