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11 Ontario Universities Described By Emojis

A ridiculous way to get to know your university.
11 Ontario Universities Described By Emojis

Are you headed to university this fall and have no idea what you're getting yourself into? Well, there's no reason to fret because Ontario universities aren't all that complicated. In fact, they may even be described by emojis alone...

READ ALSO: 10 Ontario Provincial Parks That Are Worth Visiting In The Fall

Here are 11 Ontario universities described by emojis, just for fun (take seriously at your own risk):

UofT: ????

Waterloo: ? ???

York: ???(lion)

Ryerson: ???? ("Believe" guy)

OCAD: ????

Windsor: ???? (lancer)

Queens: ????

Western: ?????

Guelph: ????

Brock: ???? (honey badger)

Laurier: ???? (golden hawk)

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