Training and Documents
The Office of Student Life offers training for student leaders to build their own capacity, and subsequently of their group, through a leadership program called Ulead. Also, there are certain documents that student leaders may need to use during their time as a student leader.
Ulead: Building your Student Group
Ulead is a leadership development initiative that is comprised of a Conference, Orientation, Leadership Series and Newtorking Opportunities. There are also tipsheets on various topics that can be of use to student leaders. Please visit the Ulead website for more information!
SLC is coordinated by students and staff from the various campuses, colleges, and faculties from all three U of T campuses. The conference program includes a variety of workshops, discussions, and featured speakers who will help you connect with students, organizations and staff on campus. There will be opportunities to meet other student leaders, network, and establish relationships for future collaboration. For inquiries on SLC, please email email@example.com.
Documents for Campus Group Recognition
Here you will find a copy of the Policy on the Recognition of Campus Groups, as well as the guidelines we provide campus groups for creating a group constitution. It is important that the policy and these guidelines be followed in order to ensure that your group is recognized. If your group has any questions regarding recognition, creating your group's constitution, or other campus group issues, please contact the Campus Groups Officer by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 416-946-7755.
- Policy on the Recognition of Campus Groups
- Tip Sheet on How To Write a Campus Group Constitution
- Template Constitution for St. George Campus Groups - Be aware that the group should describe in detail the group purpose and how it aims to achieve those goals.
Groups wishing to be recognized by Office of Student Life should visit Ulife to complete the online application form.
Student leaders of campus groups are highly recommended to take part in the Ulead program.
Documents for Student Societies
Here you will find a useful documents for Student Societies.
These documents are important to reference should your society be thinking about a levy increase, preparing for an audit, or making any other major financial decision.
Handbook for Student Societies 2013
- Visit the Office of Vice-Provost, Students for info on Compulsory Non-Academic Incidental Fees
- Student Society Fee Changes Beginning Fall 2013
- Policy for Compulsory Non-Academic Incidental Fees
- Guidelines of the U of T Voting System
- Steps to Update the Group Leader Information on Ulife
If your student society has any questions regarding levies, audits, or other issues, please contact Asim Ashraf, Coordinator, Campus Organization Services by e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at 416-946-7786.