Momentum Connections



What is Momentum Connections?

Momentum Connections is a biweekly program where 2nd and 3rd year in-program students have an opportunity to discuss the challenges they face and successes they have had throughout their journey in the Commerce or Management program.

You are placed into groups of 7-8 based on your program and interests. Each session is facilitated by a 4th-year Commerce or Management student who also discusses a variety of techniques that you can utilize in your day-to-day academic journey.

Frequently Asked Questions

By attending the sessions, you will have a chance to build a community with individuals who are in the same program, have the same courses and may be experiencing the same challenges as you are in your journey in the Commerce of Management program. Likewise, your Connector, will have gone through 2nd and 3rd year in the program, and will be able to share their insight. Also PSDP Points!

We encourage you to attend ALL sessions as we cover a variety of topics in each one. However, we understand that scheduling conflicts can occur. We encourage you to please reach out to your Connector to discuss an alternative session time or an opportunity to catch-up on the topics.

After registering, you will be placed into a group with students from the same program, year and similar interests.

Sessions will be held in-person at the UTM campus, unless otherwise communicated by your Connector. The building and room numbers will be announced after registration ends.

Unfortunately, the program does not provide career advising, but there is a Career Exploration session which is done in collaboration with the PDLC. After that session you’ll book an appointment with the PDLC and reflect on this again in a later session.

The program is designed to be in-person, so we are hoping to run it that way this year. However, depending on the week and discussions with your Connector, some sessions may be held online.

Yes! Full attendance for each session will award you with PSDP points!

Momentum Connections

Still unsure? Please visit the UTMMcentral portal for more information about Momentum Connections.