Ontario Health & Life Sciences Olympics
Formerly known as the Ontario Health and Lifes Sciences Games, and the Ontario Sciences Games. The Ontario Health & Life Sciences Olympics will set a new precedent for which faculty and university has the best Health Education and Sciences students.
This two day competition is broken up into four quad sections, Academics, Athletics, Arts & Design, and Socials (Formal and InFormal).
This years Olympics is being hosted at Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU) formerly known as Ryerson University (RU) by the Faculty of Community Services Society (FCSS) and the Undergraduate Science Society of Toronto Met (USSTM).
Date of the
Buildings on TMU Campus:
How large is a team:
March, 16 & 17, 2024
Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex & Kerr Hall North
Max: 23 members with 2 alternates.
Min: 7 members with 0 alternates.
The Case Competition 2024
This years case competition crossovers 15+ disciplinary programs of knowledge in health, and life sciences. The theme is how to create a new normal for a rampent unkown virus .
Olympics Team Passes
This years OHLSO will have three versions of ticket passes costs for delegates. 1 for GTHA Delegates, and 2 for Overnight Stay Delegates. The FCSS has been barging hotel prices to get a solid deal.
The Night Events
This years OHLSO has two night events occuring in the same night. Network in the early evening with professionals & delegates. Dance the night away at a club fully booked for OHLSO delegates.
Staying the Night in Toronto
The FCSS has been bargining with two hotels to bookout two full floors of each hotel. Each hotel is in a 5 minute walk radius of Toronto Metropolitan University. Commuting? Take TTC to Dundas.
The Awards at the Olympics
This years OHLSO is re-inventing the awards and point systems for the competions. Some favourite awards are returning like: Best Dressed Team, Most Spirit, and Best Dance!
How to budget for Toronto
Toronto is the financial engine of Ontario, and is the largest city in the province. This means that our prices for food, and beverages are less affordable than the rest of the province. This is a guide to help!