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Policies & Procedures
for Wedding Photography

Permission will be given to written requests for a single, specific one-hour period, at a specific site, on a specific date.

Permission will be given only for weekends and statutory holidays on a first-come, first-served basis. Permissions will normally be restricted to one photo session per site, per one hour time slot beginning on the hour. No permissions will be given for U of T Day or other days on which scheduled University activities may be disrupted by wedding photo sessions.

The University reserves the right to cancel wedding photo session bookings if they are perceived to be in conflict with an organized University event, providing that reasonable notice can be given to the wedding parties involved. In such cases, if no satisfactory alternative time, site or date can be arranged, location fees will be returned.

Fees

A location fee of $130.00 (HST included) will be charged for each session. University staff, students and alumni (bride and/or groom) will be eligible for a 50% discount on the location fee.

University parking charges and regulations will apply.

Academic + Campus Events will manage requests, make site bookings, provide letters of permission, provide advice concerning regulations, restrictions, site locations, etc. and collect location fees.

Proof of Permission

The University of Toronto Police will request proof of permission from photographers, as appropriate. The police officer will record the name and as applicable, studio of any photographer who fails to produce a valid letter of permission. Advice of the requirement will be given to first time offenders and a warning that future infractions will result in the issuance of a notice of trepass. The police will supply Academic + Campus Events with the names of such photographers.

Parking

The Parking Office has posted signs advising of the requirement ot obtain permission to use University grounds as wedding photo location sites at the four principal entrances to the Front Campus: Tower Road, Wellesley Street, King's College Road and Galbraith Road.

U of T parking site:
http://www.transportation.utoronto.ca/