Office of Student Life aims to provide U of T student leaders with the following:
- easy access to groups services;
- leadership training experiences for transferable skills; and,
- help with connecting co-curricular learning to goals beyond their degree.
The Office of Student Life maintains an online database of all campus organizations called Ulife at www.ulife.utoronto.ca. On the Ulife website, you can find names and contact information for student leaders of all campus organizations. Be aware there are different types of organizations at U of T St. George.
U of T student leaders may wish to get their group formally recognized by the university. There are benefits of recognition at U of T and the process to apply is online at Ulife. Recognized campus groups are voluntary organizations with a group constitution that are formed by a minimum of 2 members of the university community.
Campus organizations can access services after recognition has been granted. They include access to space, funding opportunities, networking opportunities and leadership training.
The Sussex Clubhouse is located at 21 Sussex Avenue, at the intersection of Sussex and Huron St. There is a directory of the clubs holding office space at the Clubhouse. There is a process to gain office space at the Clubhouse. There are also many facilities available for use by all campus groups.
U of T student leaders are encouraged to participate in the Ulead Program to enhance their leadership capacity, network amongst their peers at St. George, and to provide opportunity for collaboration.
Office of Student Life has staff ready to provide assistance to student leaders of campus organizations who have questions about group services, leadership training experiences, and who need guidance with connecting their co-curricular learning to goals beyond their university degree.
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