|You might want to rethink trying to circumvent the security the university has in place.|
Things to keep in mind.
A) The network is the property of the university, not you, and that gives them every right in the world to say what can and can't be done on it/with it.
B) You likely signed off on an "appropriate use" policy which I wager clearly states what the universities network can, and cannot be used for. Since they've blocked torrents, if you read the fine print carefully, it likely says right in there that running p-to-p software and the trafficking in, or downloading of illegal files of any kind is against their policy.
C) Attempting to bypass any security the university has put in place on their equipment/network would leave you liable for:
1) Immediate expulsion (with no refunds)
2) Legal charges
So, the question you need to ask yourself is, "Is downloading illegal [music/movies/software] worth risking your schooling and criminal charges for?"
A mature adult would live with the restrictions forced on them by the university, or, they would simply pay for their own separate highspeed internet which you could use however you please.
Just for the record, you're not likely to get any help here. This is a "tech help" site, not a hacking site.