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By: Skule  09-12-2011

UTSU Services

Post-Secondary Student TTC Metropass

Last updated: September 1, 2011
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Being a University of Toronto Engineering student can certainly be expensive, so the kind folks over at TTC now offer a Post-Secondary Student Pass to help save you money. Just remember that you need to have a valid Post-Secondary Student Photo ID to buy your Student Pass!

Getting the Post-Secondary Student Photo ID
You can get your photo ID in 1 of 2 ways:
Making it on campus: A few days before the start of every month, you can visit the Hart House Reading room located at 7 Hart House Circle on the posted dates with (i) your registration form, your T-card, (iii) your current timetable, and (iv) $7 exact cash. Instructions to obtaining the form and dates for the next photo opportunity can be found on the U.T.S.U. website.
At Sherbourne Station: visit the Photo ID Facility at Sherbourne Station with valid proof of enrollment (acceptance/enrollment letter or valid timetable). Full instructions can be found on the TTC website.

Picking up your Post-Secondary Student Pass
You can pick up your monthly pass in 1 of 2 ways:
Buy it at any TTC subway station, from a TTC Collector Booth or automated machine (which is available at Queen’s Park). Debit only.
From U.T.S.U. 10:00 – 4:00 PM daily while supplies last (usually the last week before and the first week of the month you are buying for). Debit only.

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The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

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