Student Services
ICS is an academic community in which students are referred to as "Junior Members" and faculty as "Senior Members".
Although ICS does not have residence facilities, Junior Members can apply to live on campus in Knox College residency
ICS is located in an area of Toronto that offers a wide range of housing for both single Junior Members and Junior Members with families. Please view valuable websites under this link.
Please follow the link on our home page to all information related to our Library and research services.
E-mail & Information Technology
Junior Members have access to Internet-connected computers at ICS. All Junior Members are provided with an email account. ICS email accounts are the primary source of electronic communication and transmission of important information. It is the Junior Member’s responsibility to access and maintain their ICS email account regularly.
Members of ICS enjoy gathering together for scheduled and spontaneous events that foster community and relationships that complement and inform our academic work. The ICS Community Life Committee organizes and/or announces opportunities for gathering, like potluck dinners, roadtrips, sporting events, concerts, and so on. ICS is located blocks away from the Royal Ontario Museum, CN Tower, RogersCentre, Art Gallery of Ontario and a number of other well known theatres and restaurants, all of which provides a diverse range of opportunities for community gatherings.
Throughout the year, ICS hosts a number of academic events open to the public. These include the Christianity and Learning Lectures which is a series featuring Christian thinkers from a wide spectrum of scholastic and faith traditions, and Art Talks! an annual event focusing on faith and art. ICS also hosts several Symposia at which which guest lecturers or ICS doctoral Junior Members are invited to present a paper.
The Junior Member Handbook gives further details about course requirements, policies of ICS, and other pertinent information.
- Read or download the 2021 version of the Handbook here