adjective - done in cooperation with others: a cooperative effort. Marked by willingness to cooperate;noun - an enterprise or organization that is owned or managed jointly by those who use its facilities or services.
Campus Co-op is a self-funded, student led housing co-operative located in the heart of downtown Toronto, at walking distance to the University of Toronto (St. George Campus), Ryerson University, OCAD, and George Brown College.
We provide students not only with a place to live, but with the opportunity to create and sustain a non-profit organization that upholds values of community, responsibility and awareness. Although our focus is and will remain supplying students with affordable housing, there is much more to a Co-op than paying rent on time. In essence, the Co-op is what we make of it: it gives us the opportunity to actually make a difference in the way we live.
While we normally provide rooms only to post-secondary students, in the summer time, we open our doors to short and long-term visitors, in our detached and semi-detached, historic houses.
The link below will explain how Co-ops work. The difference with CCRI is that we are self-sufficient and receive no government funding. Therefore, all of our rooms are offered at market rates and there is no subsidy.
Thinking of staying in Campus Co-Op over the summer? We've got everything you'll need
to know here.
Having problems with something in your house?
Visit the maintenance page here.