The Centre for Entrepreneurship currently has co-working space available to students and alumni affiliated with the Arts & Science faculty as listed below. Individuals interested in accessing co-working space are invited to fill out an application.
Equipped with Wi-Fi, a photocopier and a kitchen, this space is home to the Centre for Entrepreneurship's main office. Within the co-working space, the following resources are available through a booking system:
- Individual desks
- Workbenches for larger groups
- Meeting room
If you're visiting the city for a brief stay, you'll need some space for your team to work. Located across from the MaRS Discovery District, this co-working space features Wi-Fi and desks that are suitable for hoteling space. You can book this space through our booking system.
The Prototyping and Makerspace is also located nearby but a seperate application is required to be granted access. To learn more and to apply, click here.
In 2023, the Centre for Entrepreneurship will occupy a dedicated space on the 6th floor of the new Schwartz Reisman Innovation Campus. It will include private offices, meeting rooms, co-working space, a kitchen and 5 prototyping labs.
The Schwartz Reisman Innovation Campus will accelerate innovation in Toronto and Canada by creating the country’s largest university-based innovation node. The building is the product of a historic $100 million donation to the university by Gerald Schwartz and Heather Reisman. Once completed, the 750,000-square-foot SRIC West will serve as a focal point in the region for artificial intelligence (AI), entrepreneurship, and the development of disruptive innovations.