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Which residence should i choose? UTSG

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So i'm wondering which University of Toronto St George residence i would be more interested in. For any current or past UTSG students, i would love to hear your opinion about residences available.
*I'm a transfer student, moving to UofT and wants to live in res. I don't 'really' want a meal plan but i'll take one if a res is really good. I'm looking for a suite/apartment style.
I've heard Innis and Woodworth are no meal plan and apartment, so how are they?
Are there programs that circulate around a certain res? I'm in the BA.

Any stand-outs?
Thanks
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ur applying next year?
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no, i'm accepted i just wanna know cause i sent my desire to be in rez.
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A lot of the kids in Vic are in the arts programs. especially english.
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The residences at UofT, with the exception of 89 Chestnut, Grad House, and maybe a few others, are for the ArtSci people, so they all contain roughly half arts students, roughly half science students, and a few profac students thrown in for fun.

As for residences, the one that you get will largely depend on which college accepts you.

Innis and Woodsworth are suite style, and the rest are dormitory style. From my own personal experience, UC has good food, while St MIkes' food is sub-par. New and Trinity have decent food, but i've never had Vic's so i can't comment on it.
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