Community on Campus

Our Focus:

To provide meaningful daytime activities for adults who have an intellectual disability.
To create valuable volunteer opportunities for the students at UTM.

What Does Community On Campus Do?

We guide student volunteers in providing support to individuals who have an intellectual disability while they participate in various activities on campus.

Why A Partnership with UTM?

To help create a community where individuals who have an intellectual disability, and students both benefit from working together.

On-Campus Activities:

  • Literacy tutoring
  • Fitness and sports
  • Access to computers and the internet
  • Audit classes
  • Work experiences
  • Social activities
  • Join clubs

Benefits of Volunteering:

  • Gain skills and experience for your resume and future career.
  • Improve your leadership skills by being a positive role model.
  • Increase your communication and listening skills.
  • Learn! Gain related knowledge through our volunteer training program.
  • Make a difference in your community.
  • Make a friend.

For more information, please e-mail April Forbes or call (905) 828-5386.