Welcome to the School of Planning

Today's Challenges: Future Possibilities

The School of Planning takes an interdisciplinary approach in addressing the major challenges facing our communities today as well as working with them towards a more sustainable, healthy and vibrant future for the places we call home.

Our comprehensive approach is drawn from the diverse range of planning areas including environmental planning, community sustainability, urban design, transportation, housing, urban economics, and heritage. Located in the Faculty of Environment's LEED Platinum certified Environment 3 building, it is the only planning school in Canada to offer programs at the bachelor's, master's, and PhD levels.

Accredited by the Canadian Planning Profession, our programs provide unique experiential learning opportunities and a high quality education that is the foundation for their future success!

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  1. Feb. 12, 2018Student Scholarships Applications are now open! CIP 2018

    CIP's Planning Student Trust Fund Scholarships (CIP-PSTF) is now accepting applications for its five scholarships and one bursary. Planning students are invited to learn more and apply online before March 15, 2018. Successful recipients will be notified in May and the presentation will take place at our national conference.  

  2. Feb. 12, 2018SOUL 2018 Call for Student Presentations Now Open

    At SOUL 2018, student-generated content, student networking, and social opportunities will be integral parts of the conference experience. Students are invited to apply to present their research, coursework, or extracurricular projects for the Student Presentation Sessions. Deadline for submissions is February 28, 2018.

    On February 19 2018, a call for poster presentations at the SOUL 2018 “Poster Playground” will open.

  3. Nov. 16, 20172018 Toronto CREW Scholarship!

    Toronto Commercial Real Estate Women

    is pleased to announce the 2018 Toronto CREW Scholarship

    Apply for an opportunity to:

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  1. Feb. 28, 2018AGP Community Planning Café – 2017-2018 - 10th Installment

    Applying Heritage Conservation
    Best Practices

    Speaker: Vanessa Hicks

    Understanding and applying cultural heritage planning and conservation
    best practices is an important aspect of land use and development planning in Ontario.

  2. June 12, 20182018 Graduation Luncheon & Ceremonystudents and their supporters at the Graduation Luncheon


    You and your guests are invited to a Graduation Luncheon & Ceremony in your honour on Tuesday, June 12, 2018 (before convocation). Registration and event details will be sent in March 2018 to everyone who is graduating; both graduate and undergraduate in the Class of 2018.

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