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Campus Safety

In light of recent online threats made against feminist scholars and in particular, the Women and Gender Studies and Sociology disciplines at the University of Toronto, it is important that Knox students, residents, staff and Faculty are aware of safety resources available on campus.

Resources (St. George campus):

  • Should you feel threatened in any way, you may also contact Campus Police directly – 416-978-2222 (urgent) and 416-978-2323 (non-urgent).
  • The Community Safety Office (416-978-1485) will assist faculty, student and staff with personal safety plans if requested.
  • WalkSmart Programs are available to assist faculty, students and staff who feel uncomfortable walking alone between University buildings, parking lots, and transit stops near campus: St. George WalkSmart (416-978-7233).

We encourage you to put these numbers in your mobile devices. Members of the Knox community may wish to consider the following Safety Tips when working on campus:

  • Maintain regular office hours and advise others when you are meeting with students.
  • If you are working alone in the evenings or on the weekends, you can call Campus Police and advise them of your location on campus. Special Constables will check in on you on a regular basis until you leave campus.
  • Ensure that when you enter a building after hours you close the door behind you if it locks automatically. Don’t let others into buildings or office areas if you don’t know who they are.
  • Lock your office door when you leave, even if it is only for a few minutes.

The online threats made against feminist scholars and in particular, the Women and Gender Studies and Sociology disciplines, are an inexcusable act of violence. While there is no question that the content of the posts is distressing, the information that the University has received from experts in law enforcement and threat assessment has indicated and confirmed a low risk of physical violence.

For more information about the threats and the response from the University of Toronto and police services, please visit Campus Safety. If you have any questions or concerns about your safety at Knox, please contact Principal Gordon directly.

Apply to do your Doctor of Ministry degree and study at Knox – Application deadline Nov. 20

Applications are now being accepted for TST’s Doctor of Ministry Program. For more information about the program and how to apply visit TST’s website or email the D.Min Administrator at TST or Knox’s registrar. Applications are due November 20th.



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