Families enrich the Wycliffe College community. Approximately 40% of Wycliffe students are married with children, and they can be seen walking throughout the college every day. 

There are many University of Toronto and City of Toronto resources available for families in which you can take advantage of. 

Check out these easy to read tipsheets from the University of Toronto for families: 


Daycare spaces fill up quickly, so parents are encouraged to put their child on a waitlist as soon as possible.

The following resources may be helpful in finding services that meet your needs: 



International students may enroll their children at no cost in one of Toronto’s two public school boards: the Toronto District School Board or the Toronto Catholic District School Board. 

There are also multiple private Christian schools with great academic reputation located in Toronto or the GTA, including:

For a partial listing of other Christian schools in the area, see the links below:

Wycliffe College families eat free at our Tuesday Community Dinners. Simply contact Front Desk to sign-up, or sign-up using our online form.


Wycliffe Spouse’s Gathering 

The principal of Wycliffe, Bishop Stephen Andrews, and his wife, Fawna, live on campus in the Principal’s Lodge, right next to the college. Fawna hosts a Wycliffe Spouse’s Gathering at the Lodge at various times throughout the year.


From time to time, Wycliffe College also offers other events for families. Make sure to subscribe to the Morning Star e-newsletter to stay up to the minute on all the details.


U of T’s family group also hosts events such as apple picking, camping, snowshoeing, etc. Sign up for their newsletter here.