CLUBS AND GROUPS
Share your club experience at a Ulife Consultation!
We want to hear from you!
Are you a club leader or member who has used the Ulife database? We want to hear about your experience using the system and how we can enhance the way we support clubs on campus.
Through the next few months, Student & Campus Community Development will conduct a review process in order to improve access and services to campus clubs and organizations. We want to connect with students, leaders, executives and members of new and existing recognized campus clubs. Everyone who attends a session will be entered into a prize draw.
Ulife is not UTSU
Student & Campus Community Development (SCCD) and the University of Toronto Students Union (UTSU) both have the power to officially recognize student groups, but they are not the same.
The SCCD recognizes campus groups via the Ulife website, and provides a variety of support services. Campus groups must already be recognized through Ulife to be recognized by UTSU, so you should seek recognition through SCCD first through Ulife and then seek recognition with UTSU. Being recognized by UTSU gives you access to additional benefits, including funding opportunities.
Please see the UTSU website for more information on UTSU Club services and recognition.
Ulife is a comprehensive database of all University of Toronto recognized student organizations.
You can use Ulife to find contact information for all kinds of campus groups:
- Recognized campus groups
- Student societies (college and faculty student governments)
- Affiliates of student societies
- Course and program unions
- Hart House clubs and committees
- Campus media
- Athletic groups
University of Toronto (St. George) Club Presidents' Retreat
Calling all U of T St. George Club Presidents! This year we are having our 2nd annual Presidents' retreat just for Club Presidents. The retreat will provide higher level leadership training and conversations to Clubs Presidents, as well as the opportunity for Presidents across all areas of club interests and practices to meet, share and learn from one another.
Student Life Campus Web
Once a campus groups gains recognized status through ULife, you now have option to apply for your groups web space. We can help you with your site, provide you with ideas and promote the websites that are currently being hosted through our web services. Find out more about the Student Life Campus Web space!