The UC Review has existed for over 35 years, based out of University College. Formerly called ‘Writing at the University of Toronto,’ it eventually took on its present name after 1970. After a hiatus from 2012–2014, the UC Review was revitalized in 2015, eventually becoming an ancillary of the University College Literary and Athletic Society in 2016 in order to prevent another hiatus from occurring in the future.

Today, the UC Review serves as a creative platform for the student community at University College, as well as the greater University of Toronto. 


what we do

The UC Review proudly publishes prose, poetry, and visual works from University of Toronto undergraduate students and University College alumni. We accept all kinds of artwork that can be translated into print as well as published on our website. 

Trust me, this will take time
but there is order here,
very faint, very human.

Meander if you want to get to town.
— Michael Ondaatje, UC 1965


The UC Review is in a state of unravelling and determining. We learn more about ourselves everyday. Check back for more information to be added under our “Archives” tab.