Knox College was founded in 1844 as a postgraduate theological college associated with the Presbyterian Church of Canada. It moved in to its current neo-gothic building 1915.
University of Toronto, St. George CampusElmsley Hall, 81 St Mary St, Toronto, ON M5S 1J4, Canada
The University College building opened in 1859 to house the secular counterpart to Trinity College and St. Michael's College at the University of Toronto. The building was designed by architects Frederic Cumberland and William Storm in the Romanesque Revival-style with a variety of other styles mixed in.
Convocation Hall was designed by architects Darling and Pearson in the Edwardian Baroque style and opened in 1907 to host the university's annual convocation ceremonies and other events. It features a large, domed rotunda can seat around 1700 people.
St. Michael's College quad was constructed on the Clover Hill estate and is surrounded by Teefy Hall dating back to 1936, Carr Hall dating back to 1954, as well as the Maritain and McCorkell houses dating back to the old Victorian-era estate. At the center of the quad is an abstract stainless steel sculpture called "Michael" representing the eponymous saint created by artist Anne Allardyce to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the founding of the college in 1978.
Designed by Frank Darling in 1907, Simcoe Hall holds the university's executive offices.