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Morrison Hall - Past Project



Construction Type:  

New Construction


Zeidler Architecture


  • Contributed: Makeda Marc-Ali
  • Contributed: Makeda Marc-Ali
  • Contributed: Makeda Marc-Ali


Morrison Hall, University College’s (UC) newest residence, opened in September 2005. It was named in honour of Russell and Katherine Morrison, graduates of the University of Toronto. Morrison Hall accommodates 270 students in single rooms.  There are five houses in Morrison Hall: Landsberg Lewis, Bratty, Langley, Perron, and Wolfe. It is also home to Howard Ferguson Dining Hall and Cafe Reznikoff. Read More

All the bedrooms in Morrison are single bedrooms. A typical common room in Morrison Hall includes couches, lounge chairs, coffee tables, a small kitchenette and a fantastic view. Most common rooms also have a TV. The washrooms are gender-neutral/co-ed and shared by approximately between 8 – 12 people, with private toilet and shower stalls. The study rooms provide dedicated quiet space for individual or group study sessions. Located in the basement of the building, the laundry room has multiple coin-operated washers and dryers for students to use.