The Tri-Campus League offers athletes a heightened level of competition, without the time commitment of a varsity athletic program.
Athletes have the opportunity to take their game to the next level by learning from a committed coaching staff and training for possible development towards future varsity competition. The Tri-Campus League offers participants a way to build friendships through sport, which will last long after the final whistle is blown.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have ripple effects on all aspects of our community. Most Canadian universities have now announced they will offer remote learning options for students. The pandemic also raised a number of questions about the viability of the 2020 fall sports and recreation seasons given concerns about ensuring the health and safety of students, coaches, and support staff, and amid the devastating financial impact of the pandemic on university athletic and recreation programs.
As a result, U of T has cancelled varsity provincial and national competition and sanctioned events for the fall term. This decision applies to all varsity sport programs, including those that do not compete in OUA and U SPORTS. It also applies to Sport and Rec clubs, most sport intramurals, and the Tri-Campus league.
At this time, the decision applies only to the fall term. The University will confirm the status of the winter season later in the fall.
For additional up to date information, please refer to https://kpe.utoronto.ca/sport-rec-university-toronto.
The Tri-Campus League offers the following programs:
- Men's Ice Hockey
- Men's Basketball
- Men's Indoor Soccer
- Men's Outdoor Soccer
- Men's Volleyball
- Women's Basketball
- Women's Indoor Soccer
- Women's Outdoor Soccer
- Women's Volleyball
Who is eligible?
Tri-Campus League tryouts are open to both full and part-time undergraduate students and graduate students. If you are a current graduate student who has used up all of your years of Varsity Eligibility, you are still eligible to compete in the Tri-Campus League teams.
Tryout Dates & Times
Future tryout dates to be determined.
Each of the offered Tri-Campus Leagues are comprised of four teams, one team from both UTM and UTSC and two teams that represent the St. George Campus. Teams will play home and away games on a travelling schedule on all three campuses. Teams will practice once per week at the St.George campus with games played once per week.
For more information on our Tri-Campus League Program, contact:
- U of T St. George (UTSG): Chris Arnold email@example.com
- U of T Mississauga (UTM): Brittany Tierney firstname.lastname@example.org
- U of T Scarborough (UTSC): Ron Crozier email@example.com