Get to know the safety features of your campus

All of the University of Toronto campuses are equipped with Emergency “Code Blue” Phones, Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs), and Assembly Points for use in emergency situations. Campus Safety Special Constables and the TravelSafer program provide additional, 24-hour support to individuals travelling on campus or requiring emergency assistance.

To familiarize yourself with the safety features of your campus, we recommend the following:

  1. Download the U of T Safety App and review the available safety programs on your campus.
  2. Get to know the emergency infrastructure on your campus including the location of Emergency “Code Blue” Phones and Automated External Defibrillators.
  3. For more safety-related resources, visit the University of Toronto Safety and Support site.

Important Contacts

Emergency: 911

Campus Safety (Emergency)
St. George/UTSC: 416-978-2222
UTM: 905-569-4333

Campus Safety (Non-Emergency)
St. George: 416-978-2323
UTSC: 416-287-7398
UTM: 905-828-5200

Campus Emergency Phones

Campus Emergency Phones are placed strategically around the University of Toronto campuses and can be used to call Campus Safety in emergency situations. Browse below to familiarize yourself with their locations on our maps.

Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs)

The University of Toronto campuses, and campus police patrol cars are equipped with Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs). Maps indicating the locations of the defibrillators on the three campuses can be found here.

Campus Safety Special Constables

Campus Safety Special Constables patrol the parking lots and areas surrounding the campus in marked and unmarked police vehicles, on foot, and on bikes.

TravelSafer and Walk Safe Services

“TravelSafer” and “Walk Safe” services provide an escort anywhere on all three campuses – to your vehicle, residence, or bus stop – and operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

A customizable resource for faculty and staff outlining emergency specific procedures, critical contacts, and the location of first aid kits and fire alarm pull stations. We encourage you to download and customize this resource in your desktop version of word for your division.

The Community Safety Office is a University of Toronto Equity Office and Tri-Campus service that offers short-term support and assistance to students, staff, and faculty members of the University of Toronto community who have experienced personal safety concerns including:

  • Stalking and Harassment
  • Bullying and Intimidation
  • Threats
  • Intimate Partner Violence
  • Family Violence
  • Workplace Conflict and Volatile Behaviour