Student Groups

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Have something you are passionate about? Want to learn a new skill or find like-minded people to do activities with? Student Groups at UTM provide ways for students to build community around their interests!

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  • Students working together

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Are you a student group or society leader? Visit our brand-new Student Group Resources platform to gain access to all the relevant information and skill-development information. Click on the icon below to gain access now.

Ulife Student Group Resources

Student groups seeking the official University of Toronto and University of Toronto Mississauga recognition and benefits can apply on-line via Ulife. 

Once approved, Recognized Student Groups are added to the list below.

Groups are easy to form around almost any interest. Groups typically apply or renew their application for campus recognition once each year through Ulife, and in doing so receive the benefits of recognition through the following September. Most groups apply for campus recognition and UTMSU recognition at around the same time, so that they gain the benefits that each recognition offers.

The student groups noted below successfully completed an application for UT and UTM campus recognition through Ulife. Their contact information is available in their Ulife listing.

To learn more about starting a group, please visit the Student Group Resources platform.

If you are looking for a group that isn't listed:

  1. It may not exist yet; or
  2. It may be based on U of T's downtown (St. George) or Scarborough campus rather than at U of T Mississauga; or
  3. It may be a club under UTMSU that hasn't yet sought U of T and UTM recognition through Ulife. 

View a listing of: Academic Societies | Student Societies | Student Groups

Academic Societies

Student Societies

Student Groups