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UTSC Residence Centre
Toronto

Exterior view of the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus Residence Centre.  Interior lobby of the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus - Joan Foley Hall.    International students reside in these shared condo-style accommodations through their educational term here.  The Residence Centre serves as the main Student Housing and Residence Life administrative office as well as a common space for student recreation.

Copyright: Digital Properties.Ca Bryan Groulx
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Uploaded: 12/12/2010
Updated: 12/03/2012
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